The Four Bs (bolsters, blankets, blocks, and belts) help open the body to deep relaxation.
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For Jane Hansen, the proverbial final straw in her burnout experience came from a well-intentioned student. . .
This practice offers a calming energetic effect (langhana), helping the mind and body to experience a deeper stillness.
Yoga teachers are not immune to the ups and downs of life.
A dramatic realization that working with the breath can change our lives forever.
Scientists have been exploring the positive side of stress in human health.
Healthy and open feet can make a big difference in freeing the spine and supporting the internal organs. Your body will thank you for making this short, therapeutic sequence for the feet a daily practice.
This gentle practice skillfully alternates simple repetitive movements with the resting, restorative poses to help the body release toxins.