Your yoga practice doesn’t have to be a super choreographed routine (unless you want it to be). Flowing intuitively can be a profoundly important part of one’s practice. It can teach us
According to yogic philosophy, there is both divine masculine and divine feminine energy alive within all of us. It’s said that the balance between these two sides leads to presence
Chronic stress is one of the leading causes of disease. We’re more susceptible to illness during times of stress, when we’re pushing ourselves too hard without taking time
Just as the name sounds, the crown chakra (Sahasrara) is located at the top and center of your head and is where your higher consciousness
Creating warmth in the body increases flexibility and awakens the central nervous system; and if your inner furnace runs cold or your body’s constitution
At this time, the feelings of turbulence and uncertainty are prevalent and may feel overwhelming. Whether your normal schedule has become inundated, uninterrupted, or has
One of my favorite descriptions of Hatha is “That 70’s Yoga”—basically, Hatha is what we in the western hemisphere picture when we imagine yoga and it’s
The spine runs vertically up and down the back of your body. It consists of bones, ligaments, a spinal cord, nerves, muscles, intervertebral discs, and other connective tissue.
Parents often ask, “How can I get my children to do yoga?” The reply is always the same, let your children see you doing yoga. Sharing your yoga space is a fun and playful way to spend
When I first went public with my intention to open a yoga studio, several people who knew me responded with, "You? But you’re so energetic and fast-paced!” As right as they were
Big toes touching, knees out wide, reach toward the top of your mat. Spread your fingertips wide and sink your hips back into your heels. Press your forehead into your mat and
Your two sciatic nerves are the longest and largest single nerves in the human body. They begin at the bottom of your spine, run through your pelvis (usually under your piriformis
orrest yoga was created by Ana T. Forrest, a fierce, powerful warrior woman. She developed the practice through her own healing. Forrest yoga uses the breath, the building of
Being in the flow—you know the feeling. Life feels like a yes, everything (or most things) are running smoothly, you’re catching all the green lights, receiving hugs and support
What do you do when suddenly your yoga practice becomes repetitive, uninteresting, or dull? Every once in a while, after classes upon classes of the same movements, the same t
Most of us are starting to bundle up from the colder temperatures. Snow is just around the corner and if you are just as active in the winter as you are in the summer, why
Feeling overreactive or inactive? You may consider checking-in with your third chakra. Your Solar Plexus chakra, or Manipura, is the seat of your will power, self-esteem, and your ability
Despite having been active my whole life (dance, snowboarding, hiking, and the occasional gym membership), I realized as I was turning 50 in 2016 that a lot of things hurt. In the
That heat, that heart-filled, soul-catching, delicious, sparkly fire begins with breath. The ujjayi Darth Vader whisper ocean breath. This breath is your beginning, your foundation.
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What is Baptiste Yoga?
Recharge your Vinyasa Practice
Chaturanga Dandasana (four-limbed staff pose)
Relax into these Supine Yoga Poses
How Yoga Can Make your Favorite Sports Even More Fun
Building Core Strength
Rest & Digest
Change your Perspective with these Inverted Poses
Bridge Pose (setu bandhasana)
Poses that Ground