Sit with Monica Cadena, Yoga Journal’s 2020 Live Be Yoga ambassador, for this sacred practice, called 8:46: A Meditative Libation Honoring the Ancestors. This meditation is 8 minutes and 46 seconds long, representing the time George Floyd was restrained by Minneapolis police.
Pulling helps you build strength in a pose where you're always pushing.
Dissolve thoughts with this 10-minute practice passed down from her teacher.
Find clarity and feel grounded in your truth with this simple breath-centered practice.
Go after the life you want by physically and mentally embodying your goals.
Making this home remedy, high in antioxidants and vitamin C, is a worthy effort if you're trying to stay busy and better.
Feel how activating one part of your body causes a chain reaction of physical and even neurological awareness and change.
This quick anatomy lesson will help you understand both concepts and how they relate to stretching in yoga poses.
Plus, why avoiding weight-bearing poses alone probably won't help you heal.
It wasn't something that transpired on a mat—it was a way of life.
Yoga teacher Rina Deshpande shares her perspective on creating a holistic practice.
Yoga teacher Rina Deshpande explains how each of the yama—or yoga's primary tenets—relates to the other yama and broader yoga philosophy.
Yoga teacher Rina Deshpande explains how practicing satya, or truthfulness, can help liberate you.
Yoga teacher Rina Deshpande offers another perspective on non-theft.
Feel like you're holding onto things a little too tightly? The yama aparigraha, or non-gripping, offers wisdom on how to release your grasp.
Rina Deshpande's perspective as an Indian-American yoga teacher may make you reconsider what you wear on the mat.
You can modify and take breaks for recovery, but here's why the physical practice of yoga is so important.
Here, teacher Rina Deshpande reveals the multi-faceted meanings of asteya (non-stealing).
We know, we know—it feels so good! But here's what Colleen Saidman Yee and Rodney Yee say you can try instead for optimal back health.
Marsha Danzig, founder of Yoga for Amputees, shares an accessible class that incorporates breath work, movement, and modifications.
Looking to build physical *and* mental resilience? Get on your mat...
We asked the yoga teacher and former NFL athlete to share one thing folks don't know about him, and it's incredibly endearing.
The former NFL athlete opens up on reinventing stereotypes and what he *does* wish for the yoga community.
Think ancient philosophy is outdated? Think again.
This quick video intros you to teacher Rina Jakubowicz and the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge.
This 25-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, is a great way to get some exercise and experiment with what happens when you hold yoga poses a little bit longer.
This 20-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, helps teach kids how to process hurt and build compassion.
This 30-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, helps get the wiggles out and focuses on being your own best friend.
This 25-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, uses fun mindfulness exercised to help kids understand the importance of honesty.
This 30-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, teaches calming breathing exercises.
Use the power of sound to summon sacred energy of the goddesses.
Exploring the concept of sakshi (witness) can give yourself space to consider the issue at hand.
Physical Therapist, Ariele Foster, shows you some powerful techniques you can use to release fascia in areas that hold a lot of tension. Start feeling better right away with just a few tennis balls and a wall!
Learn to recognize the subtle ways you may be causing harm by taking personal inventory and holding yourself accountable.
Are you living your truth—or what everyone else wants you to be?
They are key to freeing yourself from attachments and suffering.
Yoga teacher Rina Jakubowicz shares why you should be developing your intellect.