Like any form of physical activity, yoga has a few blind spots when it comes to functional movements - including pulling.
Use these three exercises consistently to keep your back strong and flexible and ward off pain.
It's easy to lose good form if you don't have the upper body strength for repeated chaturanga.
Few things can turn a potentially great day into a bad one like a digestive problem. This simple sequence will get you back on track.
Squats are the first step to finding balance between yoga and strength training.
Changing my alignment habits has been the best solution for my chronic neck and shoulder pain. These can help you even if you don't do yoga.
Downward dog is one of the most basic yoga poses, but there's actually a lot to it.
Having the courage to bring this topic out into the open will facilitate transformation for the whole yoga community.
Recently I discovered that good yoga practice and good running form are not that different. Here are the common elements you can incorporate, too.
After years of failing miserably at love, I finally found the love of my life a few years ago. But my yoga had to change for it to happen.
We can learn to take care of our wrists by understanding some basic alignment and anatomy.
You don’t need a yoga mat to turn the corners of your mouth up or to take a deep breath. It’s something we can do anywhere, anytime.
I firmly believe that being upside down or just being not quite right-side-up has a ton of benefit.
These small adjustments will help you create space, align your spine, and protect your joints.
Many yoga classes focus on poses instead of principles. Take care of yourself and find balance in your yoga practice.
How many times have you flown through chaturanga without thinking? It's time to break that habit.
Arm-supported poses are excellent preparation for handstands and other inversions.
Yoga is all about balance, and if you have chronic back pain that's exactly what your body needs.