Annie Carpenter dove deep into the core at YJ LIVE! San Diego, offering accessible alignment cues and a creative sequence to help maximize core stability.
In honor of National Yoga Month, Two Fit Moms is offering you this eight-pose flow that will help you reap the cardiovascular benefits of yoga.
Feel the relationship between your core and steadiness in preparation for meditation.
This strong-core sequence will move you in every direction to work your middle from each possible angle, building strength and ease of movement, naturally.
This sequence helps to diminish many of the common discomforts and imbalances experienced in the low back, pelvis, and hips during pregnancy.
A droopy butt is a common side effect of pregnancy but you can prevent it—or correct it—by strengthening the right muscles.
Janet Stone, who will lead our upcoming Yoga for Moms online course, explains the importance of re-establishing your connection to your core after childbirth.
Build strength through the belly, side waist, glutes and back with core strengtheners for those of us who don't have all day to hit the gym.
Master Baptiste Yoga teacher Leah Cullis created this fun and challenging sequence to boost your core strength and mood as you flip your world upside down.
Did you hang up your boxing gloves when you found yoga? Now there's no need. BoxingYoga is attracting fans from inside and outside the ring, and it's about to throw a punch in the U.S.
Master Baptiste Yoga teacher Leah Cullis demonstrates an advanced core-strengthening and spirit-lifting sequence with Leap Frog hops.
Start to ease lower back discomfort and counteract the effects of too much sitting by swapping some of your standard Surya Namaskars for this core-focused variation.
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.
Got low back pain? Adopt these three slow, subtle yoga strategies from Tias Little to get more relief out of each practice.
Just in time for summer, here are Two Fit Moms' top 8 yoga poses to work the core.
Use these five practices invoking Lakshmi to ignite your inner spark, find your radiant power of grace, and feel the ocean of abundance within you.
Use this post-workout sequence from Sage Rountree’s new book to build core strength that balances the abs and back muscles.
Release tension and pain by working with your tissue. Bo Forbes shows you how to target hotspots in the shoulders and lower back.
Yoga teacher Leslie Howard recommends this 7-pose sequence to firm and tone glutes for a strong, balanced backside.
Although standing orients your spine into proper posture, standing for too long can cause back pain. Incorporating a yoga routine can help relieve pain.
Compass Pose demands a lot of your shoulders, hips, and hamstrings. Learn how to warm up safely for this complicated seated pose.
Bo Forbes teaches how to release tension, increase prana, and promote physical and emotional digestion in the belly.
Find length in the sides of your body and a deeper twist as you move step by step into Parivrtta Janu Sirsana.
Rock climbing and yoga reinforce the mind-body connection through similar types of movement. Become a better climber with these six poses.
Core strength supports the body in myriad ways. But, as Sage Rountree explains, it's not all about the abs. Here she explains why it's important to focus on both the front and back of the body when it comes to core work, and how to determine which you need most.
Donkey kicks are common as you learn this challenging but ultimately graceful pose.
Sage Rountree takes on the bane of athletes and yogis everywhere: tight hamstrings.
Feeling weak in the knees? These yoga poses and modifications can help.
Learn how to guide your students to bear weight on their hands with mindfulness and hand positioning tips so they avoid injury and gain upper-body strength.
Core strength will help you get through those difficult poses. You'll feel easier in your poses and more capable in your life.
Few yoga poses actually target arm flexibility. Enter these powerful, passive poses, designed to do just that.
Fingers and toes are charged with divine power, which, when intelligently accessed and properly applied, can intensify the transformative power of the practice.
Natasha Rizopoulos shares her tips for camel pose—to improve the pose and relieve pain in the upper back.
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.
By educating yourself on anatomy, you can protect your knees in yoga poses.
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.