The cooler winter months naturally make you want to stay inside with a warm drink—huddled under blankets. There are ways, however, to combat the urge to stay put.
Use your yoga practice to keep you warm during the winter months. Feed your Agni, or digestive fire, with these eight naturally warming yoga poses.
An imbalance of Kapha can leave you feeling sluggish. There are four specific yoga poses and breath-linked sequences that can offset that imbalance and get you up and moving.
Whether you practice Vinyasa flow regularly or are in need of a mid-summer pickup, this series of poses offers something for everyone.
Try nourishing your emotional, mental, and physical body with these cooling poses for summertime.
Don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to yoga? No problem! Here is a short and efficient yoga sequence that you can do at home (or anywhere) when you don’t have time for a full practice.
The days are longer and lighter, and that can only mean one thing: it’s time to play outside! Whether you’re headed out on a road trip, a day hike, or a month-long backpacking adventure, make sure you think ahead and practice these six safety tips.
Next time your life feels unmanageable, try this yoga sequence to move back into balance emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Gardening is a great practice for the mind, body, and spirit. Whether you have a green thumb or are new to the game, you can reap the multiple benefits in gardening this spring and summer.
How can you activate mindfulness more regularly throughout your day, regardless of whether or not you actually have a yoga mat? Check out these postures that can be done anywhere, anytime, and will help you connect to your body, breath, and the present moment.