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Looking to build physical *and* mental resilience? Get on your mat...
We asked the yoga teacher and former NFL athlete to share one thing folks don't know about him, and it's incredibly endearing.
The former NFL athlete opens up on reinventing stereotypes and what he *does* wish for the yoga community.
Exploring the concept of sakshi (witness) can give yourself space to consider the issue at hand.
Physical Therapist, Ariele Foster, shows you some powerful techniques you can use to release fascia in areas that hold a lot of tension. Start feeling better right away with just a few tennis balls and a wall!
Learn to recognize the subtle ways you may be causing harm by taking personal inventory and holding yourself accountable.
Are you living your truth—or what everyone else wants you to be?
They are key to freeing yourself from attachments and suffering.
Yoga teacher Rina Jakubowicz shares why you should be developing your intellect.
Open wide into Prasarita Padottanasana I to increase flexibility by leaps and bounds.
Folding into Marichyasana I or Pose Dedicated to the Sage Marichi I calms your mind, extends your spine, and gives your internal organs a healthy squeeze.
This twisting variation of Janu Sirsasana takes the classic forward bend to the next level of release.
Learn to elevate the practice for your students, so they find purpose and meaning beyond the physical plane.
Always striving to be somewhere other than where you are right now? Give this a try.
Pose Dedicated to the Sage Koundinya II tones the belly and spine, strengthens the arms and wrists, and gives your self-confidence a big boost.
Eka Pada Koundinyasana I or One Footed Pose Dedicated to the Sage Koundinya I has a lot going on—the twist, the legs going their separate ways, oh, and the arm balance. Master it.
Half Lord of the Fishes pose energizes the spine and stimulates the digestive fire.
Do you know Mountain Pose? Flip it upside down and you have Handstand. Go ahead, try.
Vinyasa yoga teacher Irene Pappas shares her favorite practice for building lower-body strength and stability.