Achy shoulders that can't move through a full range of motion may actually be "frozen." Here's what that means, and how yoga can help you get back to normal.
Many yoga teachers and students find Down Dog uncomfortable because they hold a fundamentally flawed understanding of how the shoulder joint moves.
Stop overlooking the hardworking joints.
Start to understand, lengthen, and strengthen your teres major—a little-known muscle that can be the key to protecting your shoulders when you go upside down.
The shoulder girdle is the most mobile and arguably the most vulnerable joint in the body. Here’s what you need to know to prevent injury.
It’s yoga’s unofficial arms-overhead anthem. But Yoga Physics founder Alexandria Crow is on a mission to ban this widespread cue. Here, she breaks down what you need to know.
Once you understand the anatomy, you can delve into making its parts work together more intelligently. Here, Tiffany Cruikshank teaches how to fire all its muscles at once.
Get to know the anatomy and better understand the actions of your body's most vulnerable joint to prevent injury intelligently.
Amy Ippoliti offers tips for tight or injured shoulders that can be applied to any yoga pose.