After the worst of your pain is behind you, these moves will help you return to your practice with confidence.
It's true—research indicates that practicing yoga can help prevent and potentially reverse bone loss. Here are the most essential poses to include.
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Sometimes you just need to let the pose hold you.
Just as it’s essential for archers to know how to string their bows, it’s important for yogis to learn how to properly engage their bodies in Bow Pose.
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It's true—you can build arm strength without any weights.
Nervous about twisting? The movement can actually benefit your spine and back. Here's why.
If you’ve found yourself lying on the floor often over the past year-plus, this practice is for you.
Sitting all day can do a number on your body and mind. These practices will help you work out the kinks in your back, relax your stiff shoulders, and create space in your mind and body.
A wonky SIJ is a "yoga problem" and also can crop up postpartum. Try this sequence to stabilize, stretch, and strengthen the tissues supporting this vital joint.
Try these eight ways to practice with a dowel and watch it quickly become your new favorite yoga prop for back pain.
The RESTORE yoga program was developed by researchers and master yogis to treat chronic lower-back pain in service members and their families. Try it at home by gently practicing the following poses.