Yes, you can learn how to come into intense heart-opening postures without overextending yourself.
Dance with cosmic energy in this challenging yet graceful balancing pose that relies on equal parts effort and ease.
While this backbend may seem a little scary at first, Urdhva Dhanurasana can open your hips and chest—and your practice.
We know, we know—it feels so good! But here's what Colleen Saidman Yee and Rodney Yee say you can try instead for optimal back health.
Kathryn Budig demonstrates a spin on Scorpion that opens the shoulders while leading you on a backbending journey.
Try One-Legged Inverted Staff Pose, plus a range of backbends to open your heart along the way.
Eka Pada Kapotasana is a backbend variation that will open your psoas and your heart.