Watch + Learn: 10 Yoga Videos to Build a Better Practice

Try these 10 yoga video to strengthen and improve your practice and set the foundation for challenge poses.

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Set a strong foundation for your yoga practice with these how-to videos that walk you through basic poses. Strengthen your muscles, improve your balance, and work on alignment to achieve peak asanas.

Salute the Sun

sun salutation

Perfect your sun salutation before beginning the rest of your yoga practice.

Bonus: A playlist to start your day

How to Practice Nadi Shodhana

This simple but powerful pranayama technique will help balance your energy before meditation.

Twist + Detox

Cleanse your body and clear your mind with poses that heat and create space in your body. (Think: better digestion and mental clarity.)

Master It: Plank Pose


Engage your core and upper back, and work your legs to hold steady in Plank Pose.

Prep for The Splits

splits video

Try these helpful tips and warm-ups from Tara Stiles in preparation for Hanumanasana.

Try this Flow: Standing Vinyasa

Help ignite a downward flow of energy through the waist and legs to dissipate built-up vata.

Open Your Hips

Ease back pain, promote agility, and say goodbye to negative emotions with this hip-opening sequence.

Balance Your Chakras

chakra video

Try this short but effective flow to get in touch with your energy centers.

Relax + Let Go in Corpse Pose

corpse pose video

It may look easy, but the full benefits of Corpse Pose come with finding complete release. Here’s how.

Embrace Your Inner Wild Thing

Dec 14 Leah Cullis Wild Thing

This sequence will stabilize your base and strengthen your arms, helping you to expand into Wild Thing.

You Can Do This 15-Minute Yoga Flow Anytime, Anywhere

Ah the hour-long yoga class. It’s quite luxurious, isn’t it? But let’s be frank—some days, it seems impossible to carve out a large chunk of time for your practice. If you ever feel this way (and who hasn’t?) know this: even a few minutes of movement can make a huge difference in how you approach … Continued