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Sometimes less is more, even in yoga.
In traditional Ashtanga, certain poses are reserved until you've mastered preliminary postures. Pranidhi Varshney upends this approach and teaches you how to come into backbends, wherever you are in your practice.
And you'll still have 1,430 minutes left in the day.
You can't avoid sadness and trauma, but your practice can help you move from pain to peace.
Let stillness be your medicine.
Leave all your worries on the mat.
Sometimes you just need to let the pose hold you.
The relief you feel after moving through these five postures will astound you.
Because we're all looking for some R&R right now.
This soothing practice promises to bring ease and stillness in mind, body, and spirit.
Don't get up! You can practice this prop-supported sequence while lying down.
When you need to approach any situation—or, let's be honest, life—from a calmer place, this quiet practice is your solution.
There's a time and a place for gentle prenatal yoga. This is not that practice.
Sometimes you need to clear out what you no longer need to let in everything that you want.
No props, no problem! All you need for this calming Yin Yoga sequence is yourself and a desire to come to your practice.
Slow down and settle into stillness to find the tranquility you’re searching for.
It's time to find your center. This practice for the full moon brings you back to your truest source of strength and stability—you.