Posture Correctors help you improve your posture by pushing your shoulders back and aligning your spine. This can lead to you experiencing less stress, tension, and back pain and can even improve your performance at yoga class. Most posture correctors can be worn above or below clothing and are designed to be discreet and easily hidden. Note: It is normally recommended to only wear a posture corrector for a few hours each day. To help you find the best posture corrector on the market, we’ve pulled together a list of our favorites for you to pick from.
Your spine may look or feel out of balance, but it could be a symptom—not the cause—of the issue.
Deskbound at the office or at home? Starting to slouch? These strengthening and lengthening poses will help you sit with support and ease.
These simple moves will powerfully balance your legs, pelvis, and spine whether you're at your desk, out and about, or on the mat.
Your spine is a few inhales away from freedom! Create space in the tissues with simple exercises you can do in a chair.
How do you know if you've been in a pose too long? When you start to "sag," says Eddie Modestini, who will lead Yoga Journal's upcoming Vinyasa 101 course.
Your mom was right: You'll look better and feel great if you stop slouching and stand up straight. Yoga can help you do just that—in a way that honors your spine's natural curves. Here's a guide to assessing and improving your posture.