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Alan Finger digs into the science of the sleep cycle to explain why you need meditation if you aren't getting enough shut-eye.
They won’t tax your muscles or make you break a sweat.
Even better news for tired yogis: It doesn’t require much effort.
Rodney Yee decodes the common pranayama cue that can leave hardcore anatomists scratching their heads.
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These two Iyengar variations incorporating props will help keep the spine long and hips free as you rotate with ease.
A strategically placed chair can help support, elongate, and rotate all the right places in Utthita Parsvakonasana.
Once you flow into the healing, spiritual side of this common practice, you won’t go back to basic Namaskars.
You deserve to reap the profound rewards of the humble (yet powerful) Namaskar.
You may be comfy and relaxed, but trust us, you don’t want to sleep through the process of self-realization.
Bring exquisite attention to each part of the body to cultivate balance, stability, and freedom in this advanced backbend.