Latest in Yoga Sequences for Abs and Core
When you feel strong from within, it radiates to every part of your life.
Side Plank Pose is just the beginning.
Tap into your inner fire to find the balance, flexibility, and playfulness needed for this challenging posture.
The steadiness you'll gain in this practice will connect you to all aspects of your core—beyond just your muscles.
Suddenly, your practice just became a lot stronger (literally).
We promise you'll feel the burn.
If you’ve found yourself lying on the floor often over the past year-plus, this practice is for you.
And they take less than 15 minutes.
You can’t bypass rage and skip ahead to forgiveness. Anger is a necessary and appropriate response to situations in which we’ve been physically or emotionally harmed, manipulated, or deceived. Here, domestic violence survivor and yoga teacher Liz Arch shares a sequence for releasing anger by truly feeling it first.
Working with the side body can be a powerful way to foster trust that anything is possible. Here’s a practice for the next time you’re craving limitless potential.
Want to build muscle—without stepping foot in your gym’s weight room? This power yoga sequence is about to become your new go-to.
A weak core can lead to lower back issues, poor posture, and compromised breathing and digestion. Use this yoga sequence to strengthen your core without crunches!
Keep your abs and stomach strong and fit with these yoga poses to fire up the core and strengthen the rest of the body.
Incorporate these poses from Nicole Sciacca, Chief Yoga Officer at LA's Playlist Yoga, into your daily routine to strengthen your core muscles and help you maintain a strong and flexible spine.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Just in time for summer, here are Two Fit Moms' top 8 yoga poses to work the core.
Use this post-workout sequence from Sage Rountree’s new book to build core strength that balances the abs and back muscles.
Bo Forbes teaches how to release tension, increase prana, and promote physical and emotional digestion in the belly.
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.
Core strength will help you get through those difficult poses. You'll feel easier in your poses and more capable in your life.