To outsiders yoga appears to be all about flexibility, but teacher Alexandria Crow says it’s so much more. (And yes, there is such a thing as too flexible.)
Practice mindful anger management and open the door to better relationships with author Lama Surya Das’s “six Rs of intentional responsiveness.”
Anger is not synonymous with aggression and violence. It is merely an internal, organic energy and emotion. Learn how to simply experience it.
Taylor Harkness stole this teacher’s secrets for striking a happy, healthy, feel-good vibe on and off the mat. Start 2015 in balance.
Use this practice from Coral Brown to illuminate your faith, your purpose, and enhance your overall well-being.
Find what you seek and come to a deeper understanding of your purpose with these tips from mind-body medicine pioneer and author Deepak Chopra, MD.
Try these three simple steps every day to ease stress, stop negative thoughts, and feel better.
Yoga teacher Taylor Harkness shares three tips he picked up for embracing your superpowers. (Cape optional.)
Judith Hanson Lasater shares the most profound lessons she learned from studying with the late BKS Iyengar.
New York Times best-selling author and neurobiologist Dr. Dan Siegel talks about his new book, mindfulness, and what compassion really means.
Environmental activist and author Joanna Macy gets into what compassion really means—and how to apply it in daily life.
New to yoga? We've got answers for you. These 10 common questions for yoga beginners should get you on your way to a deeper practice and mindful meditation.
What we know about Patanjali, the sage who wrote the Yoga Sutras.
Kelli DeWispelare compared herself to everyone form Barbie to Beyoncé till she found yoga.
Thanksgiving dinner can feel like the most anxiety-provoking meal of the year. It doesn't have to be that way.
Sherri Meyer found her inner peace and stability by using yoga for grief and loss.
Use yogic philosophy to find satisfaction in your job, no matter what it is.
See how the regular study and practice of yoga led to full transformation in four lives.
Susan Cole talks about leaving behind her Christian roots and the norms of her community to discover her own brand of spirituality.
Practicing the art of accepting a gift—be it a material item or something less tangible like a compliment, favor, or piece of wisdom—can help us live, and give, with more meaning.
Shine a light on the dark side of yourself to discover your negative tendencies, and change them.
An environmentalist leaves his stressed self behind and becomes more effective with Kundalini Yoga.
Connect with your inner light and share with the world.
See through your thought patterns and perceptions and discover the freedom to be your Self.
Embrace life by understanding the 5 basic levels of life's pleasures.
Going home for the holidays can mean getting stuck in old family patterns or growing into something new.
Going on yoga service trips is challenging and knowing what to expect before you go on a service trip will help you get the most from your experience.
Take delight in the good fortune of others to create more happiness for yourself.