The answer starts with awareness. Sarah Powers explains how.
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Even 5 minutes of decompressing can make sleep less elusive.
Yes, you can still practice yoga, even when it feels like you can't breathe.
You love your family dearly. But they can have a way of making you feel like you're 10 again. Yoga can help.
When fatigue and frustration settle in, perhaps it's time to pause and come back to yourself.
When Sun Salutations feel good, they feel very, very good. But even subtle misalignments can make the sequence feel impossibly challenging. Here's what you need to know.
Tired of Boat Pose? You need to try Lolasana.
How your yoga practice can be a therapeutic tool for managing and preventing some types of nerve pain.
No, you don't need an entire hour to practice yoga.
The military says Forearm Plank is the best test of abdominal strength. Here's how to build up to it.
Yoga can help alleviate pain in the hands, such as Repetitive Stress Syndrome.
Because you shouldn't have to suffer through class.
This 12-Minute Yoga Sequence Is Backed by Science to Strengthen Your Bones and Help Prevent Osteoporosis
It's true—research indicates that practicing yoga can help prevent and potentially reverse bone loss. Here are the most essential poses to include.
Prepare yourself for deep, restful sleep with this 10-minute sequence that helps you release all the places you didn't even realize were tense.
He may never admit you're right. But these reasons might persuade your stubborn dad to at least try it.
Perhaps the solution to sustained attention is to stop trying so hard. Science supports this approach.
Aging is inevitable. But you can slow it down and approach it more gracefully than you'd ever imagined.
You can fit it in anywhere.
Having one of those days? While this quieting practice can't change what happened, it can help you move past it.
This quick practice will help you strengthen, stretch, and destress.
Loosen up those tight hips—and let go of whatever you’re holding onto—with this short sequence.
Let these yoga poses remind you what it's like to hold yourself with both strength and ease.
lluminate your playful side with a practice to remind you of your strength and grace.
Trust us, it sparks joy.
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.
When you feel like doing nothing, but know you should be doing something, maybe you need to tune in rather than work out.
Step away from the computer.
Reaching out through fear can help you cultivate strength and balance—in yoga and in life.
Step away from your tasks and move through this breath-based sequence to clear your head and boost your energy.
In need of some rest and recovery? This sequence can help you release tension and find space in your body (and mind).
Stick with this prop for more strength, support, and stability.
Calvin Corzine’s approach to teaching emphasizes making everyday movements easier.
This powerful practice uses a yoga blanket to warm you up—but not in the way you might expect.
This a.m. sequence will reset your internal GPS so you can better handle whatever the day might bring.
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Plus, new year intentions according to your zodiac sign.
Since ancient times, the shortest, darkest day of the year has been held sacred as a time for quiet reflection and inner stability.
'Tis the season to be...socializing. If you're someone who needs ample alone time, here's how to fulfill all your obligations—including to yourself.
After a day of tackling moguls and black diamonds (or even the bunny hill), hit the mat with these poses that stretch your muscles and aid in recovery.
Sometimes all it takes is a small act of rebellion—like taking a side bend in a pose that doesn't call for it—to remind you to live a little. Or a lot.
Struggling to “achieve” Ustrasana? Trina Altman breaks it down using her Yoga Deconstructed method
Connect deeply with what matters—and find the strength to take action with care and compassion.
When was the last time you gave thanks for your ability to move through your yoga practice?
Yes, it is possible to get rid of that (super) annoying bloating.
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.
Get ready to sweat it alllll out.
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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No more awkwardly waiting in Child's Pose while everyone else in class makes their way through warmups.
The Danish word describes a feeling of soothing comfort. And who doesn't want more of that in their practice?
Tap into your inner fire to find the balance, flexibility, and playfulness needed for this challenging posture.
If you find it challenging to sit still, intentional movement might be just what you need to rest and find balance.
Ever feel as airy and unstable as leaves swirling in the wind? That's your vata dosha out of balance. This slow yoga practice will help settle your energy and bring you back to calm.
One of the most basic yoga poses can remind you that handling the stress and anxiety of everyday life doesn't have to require effort.
All the poses, transitions, and anatomy know-how you need for your most successful attempt yet—whether you're taking class or teaching it.
In just 45 minutes, you'll feel grounded and confident.