Sometimes less is more, even in yoga.
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The narrative of a powerful class lies not just in the postures, but also in the progression. Here's how to honor those in-between moments.
We may not be able to solve all the world’s problems, but we can look inward to connect with ourselves.
Sometimes you just need to let the pose hold you.
The relief you feel after moving through these five postures will astound you.
Because we're all looking for some R&R right now.
Only when you get quiet can you listen to your deepest truth and desires. Here's how to get in touch with yourself and your intentions for the year ahead.
Sometimes you need to clear out what you no longer need to let in everything that you want.
No props, no problem! All you need for this calming Yin Yoga sequence is yourself and a desire to come to your practice.
You've tried everything else to ease your tension. Maybe it's time to opt for simple stretches that draw on contemporary science as well as thousands of years of traditional Chinese medicine.
Here's how Yin Yoga could help you find more balance in your practice and your life.
This sequence is full of hip-openers and spinal twists to help you balance energy and nourish your qi.
Understanding where movement should originate is key to keeping the body safe in Yin Yoga and beyond. Here, Josh Summers workshops Swan Pose to help you explore.
The answer lies in an exploration of how the postures in Yin Yoga and vinyasa yoga impact your connective tissues.
These simple postures from Josh Summers will also help enhance the circulation of this vital energy.
It will cultivate compassion and kindness. Plus, Josh Summers explains the key differences between Yin and Yang meditations.
Think Yin is easy? Josh Summers dispels the common misconception and explains why it isn't a restorative style of yoga.
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.
If you've tried to meditate and wound up feeling frustrated or disappointed, a Yin approach can help.
Join Josh Summers, founder of the Summers School of Yin Yoga, for our new online course Yin Yoga 101—a six-week journey through the foundations and principles of Yin Yoga, along with asana practice and meditation.
Think you don’t have time for yoga during the holidays—much less 3-minute pose holds? Yoga Medicine teacher Shannon Stephens makes a case for why yin yoga may be the best practice for your busiest times.
Just as nature enters a cycle of renewal, growth and expansion in spring—so does the energy within us. Embrace the opportunity to shed old unwanted layers and make a conscious choice to begin again.
Stimulate chi and restore vitality with a practice focusing on Kidney and Urinary Bladder meridian pair, primary organs that move water through the body.
Pick your poses. Two Fit Moms offers three ways to relieve holiday stress with yoga—active, passive, or a combo—in this sequence.
Having studied many forms of yoga–Ashtanga, Iyengar, and Viniyoga–and popularized Yin Yoga, Sarah Powers has created a custom practice that she calls Insight Yoga.
Differentiate these tissues by understanding the Taoist yin and yang so you can help your students open their bodies appropriately.
Use this primer to a key concept in Taoist philosophy to grasp how yoga affects the crucial tissues of the body, including muscles, bones, and connective tissue.