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.