Get to Know Your Hamstrings: Why Both Strength & Length Are Essential
Flexible and strong, hamstrings are key to a healthy, happy yoga practice. Here’s what you need to know in order to lengthen and strengthen these muscles.
Anatomy 101: Understand + Prevent Hamstring Injury
Create hamstring strength to prevent strain with yoga poses that develop the muscles and tendons.
7 Poses to Tone Glutes + Legs for a Stronger Practice
Yoga teacher Leslie Howard recommends this 7-pose sequence to firm and tone glutes and legs for a strong, balanced backside.
12 Poses to Bring Flexibility Home
It’s easy to think we practice yoga just to be able to touch our toes. But Cyndi Lee reminds us that true flexibility means having an adaptable mind as well as a limber body.
Free Your Front Body: A Flow for Your Fascia
Do you practice yoga regularly but somehow still feel “stuck” in certain spots? Senior Yoga Medicine teacher Allison Candelaria created this muscle- and fascia-freeing flow to tune up the whole front line of your body.
Are You Hypermobile? This Sequence Will Help You Build Awareness and Avoid Injury
Yoga often attracts hypermobile students, but practicing without awareness of hypermobility could lead to injury and pain. This sequence uses resistance bands to help you build awareness and avoid injury.
A Home Practice for Stamina and Self-Discovery
This at-home yoga practice from Kristin Calabria will help you improve physical and mental stamina, promote stability in your core, and further your path to self-discovery.
Beat Frustration (and Boost Patience!) with This Balancing Yoga Sequence
It’s easy to get discouraged when you slide back into old patterns. Encourage patience for yourself and others with this balancing sequence.
16 Poses to Instantly Boost Your Confidence
Join yoga teacher Kat Fowler in this sequence to develop courage, strengthen the legs, and stretch the hamstrings.
10 Detoxifying Yoga Poses
There’s no need to deprive yourself with a strict juice cleanse or a cabbage diet. The following 10 yoga poses will help your digestion, boost strength and flexibility, and leave you feeling your best. Take them one at a time or practice the entire sequence as a flow to feel lighter and happier