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5 Poses to Build Balance + Stability in Toestand
Balance, core strength, and range of motion in the ankles and hips will help you master this unconventional yet empowering standing balance. Miami vinyasa and vedanta teacher Rina Jakubowicz shows you how to warm up for and master Toestand.
4 Best Exercises for Healthy Feet
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.
4 Poses To Fine-Tune Foot Stability + Prevent Injury
Use these poses to encourage both flexibility and strength in the feet.
Elena Brower’s Sequence to Find Your Foundation in Your Feet
Get acquainted with your feet, stretch and strengthen your legs, and treat your entire body to a rejuvenating rest before you sit. Consider this a reorientation to your foundation.
Anatomy 101: Strengthen Your Big Toes to Build Stability
A simple, mindful big-toe adjustment can create stability in the bones, ligaments, and muscles of the feet, enhancing the mind-body connection and creating a secure foundation for safe and comfortably aligned poses.
4 Poses to Keep Your Ankles Healthy
Your yoga practice is an excellent way to give your ankles the attention they deserve, helping to reverse past damage and keep you injury free for years to come.
A Better Way to Sit: Garland Pose
Trade your slouch for a squat to strengthen your ankles and abs and extend your spine.
Relieve Pain with Yoga for Foot Care
Soothe your feet with these yoga poses that will help strengthen feet, ease foot pain and improve overall foot health.
6 Steps to Master Prasarita Padottanasana (Wide-Legged Standing Forward Bend)
Teacher and model Jenny Brill describes the 6 steps to successfully complete Prasarita Padottanasana, or Wide-Legged Standing Forward Bend.
Focus on Your Feet: How to Improve Balance and Prevent Injuries
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.