Protect yourself from yoga injuries with our 7 expert tips.
Try yoga therapy’s prescription for lower back pain: Stretch and tone your psoas.
The health of your back depends on the support of your abdominals—but not the ones you think!
Here’s a practice to release tight and rounded shoulders—one of the common problems yoga teachers see in their students.
Hunched shoulders, a closed chest, and tension in the neck? Take 20 minutes to restore the body and mind in this supported backbend practice.
Calm your body and restore your mind with Viparita Karani, often called “Legs-up-the-Wall” pose.
The muscles of the back are the focus of this yoga practice. Warm up the spine through gentle movements coordinated with the breath, and strengthen the back of the body with variations of shalabhasana (locust pose).