Building a strong foundation in yoga is crucial for mastering yoga poses later in your practice. Try these yoga sequences that target the feet and ankles.
Your yoga practice is just as strong as your feet. Practice these sequences to help build stability in your yoga practice.
Use Cyndi Lee’s functional self-massage to keep your feet mobile and stable.
Rodney Yee decodes the common pranayama cue that can leave hardcore anatomists scratching their heads.
Consider this grounding sequence a reorientation to your foundation.
Our writer spent a day with Annie Carpenter at YJ LIVE! and came away with a newfound respect for her feet. Use this sequence as your owner’s manual.
Like the rest of your body, the joints of your feet need to be supported by strong, flexible muscles. Yoga and these four simple moves can help.
A footloose approach isn't always for the best. Teach your students to firm up their feet for strong balance poses.
If you want your yoga to build strong, stable, balanced legs, it's important to work the feet properly—even when you're not standing on them.
Understanding the mechanics of your feet in yoga and the patterns in your foot health is the first step to establishing a solid foundation in your practice.
Use your core to lift your belly and distribute your weight correctly in Bakasana.