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Legend of the Spinal Twist
By Sandra Anderson On May 7, 2013

Learn to hold the half-spinal twist and withdraw your mind.

Nauli Kriya in Practice
By Sandra Anderson On May 17, 2013

Nauli kriya is a shat kriya—one of the six cleansing actions of hatha yoga.

Handstand: Balance is Bliss
By Roger Cole On May 24, 2013

Use your hands like feet and your arms like legs to balance in handstand.

Relief with a Twist
By Claudia Cummins On May 30, 2013

Soothe your nerves and quiet your mind by relaxing into this restorative posture.

Baddha Konasana: Bound-Angle Pose
By Nema Nyar On June 5, 2013

Gomukhasana: Discover the Deeper Meaning Behind the Pose
By Sandra Anderson On August 6, 2013

Why would we want to twist our body into the shape of a cow's face? Sometimes the Sanskrit name of a pose can reveal a hidden intention or unexpected aspect of the posture.

Yoga Pose: Viparita Karani (Legs Up the Wall)
By AnaMargret Sanchez On September 12, 2013

Calm your body and restore your mind with Viparita Karani, often called “Legs-up-the-Wall” pose.

Muladhara Chakra: In Practice
By Sandra Anderson On October 1, 2013

Standing poses are especially helpful in working with muladhara chakra and the pelvis, giving us a sense of stability and security.

Svadhishthana Chakra: In Practice
By Sandra Anderson On October 15, 2013

The second chakra, svadisthana, connects us to fluidity and movement of energy. In order to maximize the benefits here, strength and containment is also important.

Manipura Chakra: In Practice
By Sandra Anderson On October 29, 2013

The manipura chakra, located in the lumbar spine and the navel center, is the physical and metaphoric connection between the heart and the pelvis.

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