Any yogic technique used to systematically address physical injury or pain, or mental and emotional stress and trauma can be considered Yoga Therapy. Viniyoga, Integrative Yoga Therapy, Phoenix Rising Yoga, and iRest yoga can all help you heal.
Here, Josh Summers workshops Swan Pose so you can explore where movement originates—which is key to keeping the body safe.
This relaxing "fourth trimester" yoga sequence can help you reconnect with your body and calm your mind in those early months with a new baby.
The answer lies in an exploration of how the postures in Yin Yoga and vinyasa yoga impact connective tissues differently.
Every yogi in a Yin class looks different in the postures, so it's a good question. Josh Summers explains the difference between aesthetic vs. functional alignment.
These simple postures from Josh Summers will also help enhance the circulation of vital energy.
Plus, Josh Summers explains the difference between Yin and Yang meditations.
Think Yin is easy? Josh Summers dispels the misconception and explains why Yin Yoga isn't a restorative practice.
Fueled by visions of a strong and sculpted ballerina body, our writer signed up for 30 days of barre classes at The Bar Method in Soho, NYC. Here's what she learned about her yoga practice.
Josh Summers explains the science behind how both practices help you release stagnation and stress.
When his regular practice began triggering tension and agitation, Josh Summers turned to Yin Yoga—and discovered deep results.