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Using a chair as a launch pad to toggle between Kurmasana and Tittibhasana is a great way to build mobility and challenge your balance. Ready to give it a try?
Try this strap trick to increase postural awareness in the upper back and shoulders—and relieve the excess tension that accumulates there.
Learn how to use a chair and a block in Revolved Head-to-Knee Pose to both ground and expand the posture all at once.
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Variations on classic poses helps create new pathways within your nervous system and open you up to possibility.
Senior Iyengar Yoga teacher Carrie Owerko offers an alternative approach to One-Legged Crane Pose II. Go ahead, take flight.
Carrie Owerko shows us how repetition and novelty are both important in daily practice.
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Carrie Owerko calls herself a nontraditional Iyengar Yoga teacher. While the lineage of Iyengar has a reputation for being strict and methodical, Owerko is driven by a love of exploration. A certified senior Iyengar yoga teacher with 20 years of study and work in movement and theater, Owerko chooses to focus on the playful experimental side of the practice.
Use this mini sequence—from Down Dog to Half Moon Pose—as a fun moving meditation to find core and leg stability that may help you balance, even momentarily, in Handstand.
Eddie Modestini, a longtime student of B.K.S. Iyengar, shares the most important lessons he learned from the late guru.
This ingeniousness from the Iyengar lineage is one of the best ways to support your spine while opening up the pecs and shoulders.