Use this practice to find strength and empowerment in your own political path, especially when things get overwhelming.
Try this classical Sivananda Yoga sequence which is designed to help practitioners develop self-awareness through self-mastery.
Vinyasa yoga teacher Irene Pappas shares her favorite practice for building lower-body strength and stability.
Try this practice, which emphasizes joint health and offers movements that can be incorporated into your daily life, to help maintain or improve mobility and stability for healthy aging.
Old patterns can feel impossible to escape, but with practice, you can make a shift. Even a couple minutes of these techniques from yoga teacher Tatiana Forero Puerta can help to calm your sympathetic nervous system (associated with the “fight, flight, or freeze” response) and activate your parasympathetic nervous system (“rest and digest”), making transformation more possible.
I always felt that yoga offered more than a great stretch or workout. It gave me a way to connect with others and myself at the same time. You can find a bit of that feeling in this sequence.
Time is on your side when working with back pain or disc injuries. Patience, diligence, and gentleness guide the path to safe movement. The back-care series I developed promotes range of motion, body balance, and alleviates discomfort from sitting with poor posture. Try to practice it daily, especially when you have spent prolonged periods sitting or standing.
Use this sequence to find refuge from the clutches of chronic illness.
Your yoga practice can be a therapeutic tool for managing and preventing some types of nerve pain. Yoga Medicine founder Tiffany Cruikshank explains how.
The founder of the American Viniyoga Institute shares insight on Viniyoga practices and a sequence for helping to manage addictive behavior.
Let's break down basic asana poses to focus on the foundation of your practice. Only with a strong base, is how to build a complex practice.
Try Sama Vritti Pranayama (Box Breathing) when you’re stressed, anxious, or upset.
Try these alternatives to get all the same benefits without bearing weight on your hands and wrists.
This quick yoga flow sequence will help you get through tough moments where you need the confidence to show up.
Schuyler Grant, co-creator of Wanderlust and founder of Kula Yoga Project, shares her sequencing strategies for inversions.
Get deeper into your poses and stretches with a best friend or yoga partner.
Try this gentle practice of acupressure, asana, and meditation to support your healing process.
There’s a good chance you’re not working your back side as often as you should be. Here’s a home practice that will help you change that.
Along with the asanas below, you might also observe that this time calls for the setting of intentions—and deciding what is important to you.
Want to to learn how to really embody your breath in order to take bigger, deeper breaths and rest more fully as a result? Read on.
By seeking inspiration, you may find that others are seeking it as well. Here are five channels that provide perspective and insight on how to stay true to yourself.
Transform your quarter-life crisis into a calling.
Plus, five smart ways to stabilize your muscles so you stay safe.
Bonus: They’ll help you feel better now, and boost your immunity so you stave off more sickies
Miscarriage is an incredibly traumatic part of the child-bearing journey for many women. Here’s how yoga can help you reconnect to your body if you’ve suffered this loss.
Heart-opening is great. But after you experience grief, try these heart-closing yoga poses designed to help your broken heart heal.
Plus, 8 poses that helped these trauma survivors heal.
You can’t bypass rage and skip ahead to forgiveness. Anger is a necessary and appropriate response to situations in which we’ve been physically or emotionally harmed, manipulated, or deceived. Here, domestic violence survivor and yoga teacher Liz Arch shares a sequence for releasing anger by truly feeling it first.
Your heart is a source of intuition and deep knowledge—but you may miss its messages when your (busy) mind rules. This sequence is designed to help you get out of your head and into your heart.
Working with the side body can be a powerful way to foster trust that anything is possible. Here’s a practice for the next time you’re craving limitless potential.
Plus, how to fix each to stay safe when you practice.
Feeling groggy in the morning? This meditation and yoga sequence will help you wake up and start your day on a positive note.
How to maintain an optimal (natural!) spinal curve to breathe better, stand taller, and sit longer—on and off your meditation cushion.
Tweak your go-to routine so you build heat fast when the weather is cold.
It’s the year of the pig! Here’s a practice to help you welcome in a year filled with luck, fortune, self-care, and true alignment with your life’s purpose.
Want to build muscle—without stepping foot in your gym’s weight room? This power yoga sequence is about to become your new go-to.
Plus, a practice to help you learn how to stay safe when you practice, too.
Looking for a head-to-toe re-boot? This practice will balance your chakras and help you feel like a new yogi.
A weak core can lead to lower back issues, poor posture, and compromised breathing and digestion. Use this yoga sequence to strengthen your core without crunches!
Enjoy your postmenopausal years by caring for yourself and continuing a steady yoga practice.
Pain and discomfort can be gone with these therapeutic asana sequences from pelvic-floor expert and yoga teacher Leslie Howard.
Learn how to hug your torso and thighs together and lengthen upward to find balance in this challenging pose.
Many women have found that yoga, including restorative and supportive poses, can ameliorate the undesirable side effects of menopause, including hot flashes and more.
Yoga can help teenagers be more at peace with their bodies and hear the messages of their own heart more clearly.
When we're talking about hormonal imbalances in women, stress management is a good place to start. This yoga sequence will calm your nervous system and detox your organs.
Your yoga practice is as strong as your feet. Practice these sequences to help build stability in your yoga practice.
Move beyond body positivity and focus on finding your true self. This sequence, designed as a vehicle to help you turn your gaze inward and identify the instrument of authenticity inside you, will leave a lasting impression.
It’s all too easy to put ourselves down. Here’s how to use your practice to stop, once and for all.