Hands-on adjustments can help you discover the alchemy of alignment.
One of the most powerful tools for yoga teachers is kinesthetic empathy
Yoga teaches us how to lift ourselves out of depression and move toward a deeper sense of self.
Reduce hypertension with this sequence of gentle stress-relieving poses.
The Four Bs (bolsters, blankets, blocks, and belts) help open the body to deep relaxation.
If you’re coping with a breast cancer diagnosis, try these 3 poses to calm your nervous system.
At best an IBS episode can be uncomfortable; at worst it’s debilitating and embarrassing.
Counteract the effects of daily screen-gazing with four simple exercises you can use anytime, anywhere.
We've all heard (or said) them. Those cues that yoga teachers tend to repeat so often that they've just become routine. But have you considered that many of these instructions are detrimental to the health and safety of students? Kat Heagberg lists 10 common outdated alignment cues and offers helpful suggestions to use instead
The sacroiliac joints are the joints where the sacrum (the triangular bone at the base of your spine) meets the ilia (the uppermost bones of the pelvis) on either side.