Let's appreciate—and not take for granted—the brief moments of affection that connect us as humans.
US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo's end-of-class prayer can help you befriend your enemies.
Yoga teacher Natasha Rizopoulos demonstrates how to imprint safe shoulder alignment before you get to Sun Salutations.
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Ever wonder how you're going to "make it" in the holistic hustle, when there are more new yoga teachers than new students getting on the mat? Jeremy Falk sat down with yoga teacher Tiffany Russo, who shares how to find success while staying on the yogic path.
Often, when we find a teacher or a class we love, we stick to it. Here, Jeremy Falk makes the case for finding inspiration everywhere—even when we encounter styles we don't aspire to.
Seeing and understanding movement patterns in your students will up-level your cueing, and your teaching. You’ll be able to be more targeted, learn how to address imbalance, and help your students feel embodied.
Teacher Natasha Rizopoulos talks about the importance of sequencing to evolve your practice.
Yoga teacher Meagan McCrary spoke to a handful of prominent vinyasa yoga teachers about the current state of the practice and their concerns for the future of the flow. Here, she highlights some of the top-line thought and conversation starters for teachers.
Feeling the need for a break from the daily grind (and politics)? Retreats deepen your practice, introduce you to new people and places, and provide extra time with your favorite teacher. Here, 12 trips we'd like to book ourselves this year.
Looking for a new yoga teacher? Eddie Modestini explains the 3 key traits that qualified teachers should have to ensure a fun, safe, and enlightening flow class.
These 10 influential teachers have dedicated their lives to spreading the practices of yoga and have impacted millions of new yogis around the globe.
"While a [drop-in] vinyasa class might fit better into my lifestyle, I can’t help but think I’ve been missing out on something important by practicing a newer, less traditional version of yoga," writes Erica Rodefer Winters. How do you balance tradition and innovation in your practice?
Have you ever had a yoga teacher call you out for doing (or not doing) something in class? No one wants to be humiliated, but Erica Rodefer Winters wonders if tough love in yoga class is such a bad thing.
Yoga is an evolving practice. As we notice changes in our bodies and/or our life situation, it might be necessary to change the kind of yoga we do, too. So how do you know if you would benefit from changing your routine/teacher/studio/style?
Every few years, stories about possible regulation of yoga teachers and studios surface. This time, it comes from the Great State of Texas. Recently, the Texas Workforce Commission sent out letters to various studios, asking them to become state-licensed career...