You love your family dearly. But they can have a way of making you feel like you're 10 again. Yoga can help.
Connect deeply with what matters—and find the strength to take action with care and compassion.
It's the most wonderful time of the year to do some baking
Your guests are going to love this stunning holiday meal peppered with super easy chef tips for an elevated menu. After all, we’ve earned an upgraded celebration this year. We're here to help you make it extra special.
Barfi (also known as burfi) is an Indian sweet often associated with festivities
Spiderman in Scandasana? Yes, please! Here are a dozen easy-to-throw-together Halloween costume ideas.
This heat-building sequence with deep squats and advanced variations will turn up your internal temperature and help burn off anything leftover in your system.
Activate your core, focus on your breath, and shed stress to radiate joyful energy.
This year, serve up an Ayurvedic holiday feast that will leave everyone feeling well-fed in body and soul. Here, the flavors, wisdom, and recipes you need to cook a healthy meal.
Pattabhi Jois called family life the Seventh Series of Ashtanga Yoga. Over the holidays, Neal Pollack tackles this most challenging practice of all.
Sure, it's nice to visit with friends and family in the spirit of giving and all of that, but sometimes it gets so busy it's easy to get lost in all the madness and forget about the things that keep you sane. I'm not going to let it happen to me this year--and neither should you!
Whether traditional rituals provide you with the comfort of familiarity or turn you away, here are some more ways for your soul to celebrate.