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5 Poses To Take Your Yoga Practice Up A Notch

After practicing yoga for a while, no matter how devoted you are to a style or practice, your body and mind need a change to continue to gain...

Jessi Andricks
September 20 2015

8 Great Yoga Poses To Stretch Your Arms & Shoulders

One year ago when I was skiing with family, a simple fall onto my ski pole broke my humerus in half just below the shoulder joint, shortening my arm...

K. Mae Copham
August 20 2015
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An 11-Pose Prenatal Yoga Sequence For A Blissful Birth

There are so many benefits to practicing yoga as an expectant and new mama — from improved circulation and firming of the skin, to strengthening of...

Latham Thomas
May 23 2015

A Lower Back Yoga Sequence From A Former NFL Linebacker

When Keith Mitchell, the former NFL linebacker turned yogi stopped by Yoga Shanti in Manhattan recently, he showed us a few moves (featured below) to...

Andrea Rice
April 3 2015

A Yoga Sequence To Open Your Heart & Stretch Your Back

When you open up the back of the heart and across the chest, you create space for the heart, which is both valuable and liberating!

Rachel Brathen
March 28 2015

A Yoga Sequence To Spring Clean Your Mind & Body

When we think of spring, words like fresh, new and clean come to mind. As we rid our closets of old clothes and unnecessary items, we also should be...

Danielle Cuccio
March 21 2015

A Yoga Sequence To Harness Your Potential & Activate Your Sacral Chakra

With today being a super-charged astrological day coming from all directions, why not incorporate a yoga sequence into your daily routine that mirrors...

Tiffany Maloney
March 20 2015

How To Use Restorative Yoga To Boost Your Confidence

A brief restorative yoga and meditation sequence that can help you reconnect with that still and centered place within, helping you to let go of those...

Erin Nicole Haley
February 5 2015

An Energizing Sequence To Invigorate Your Winter Practice

As we move through the cycle of the earth's seasons, winter can be a time of healing and revitalization of ourselves and our practice.

Amy Lynch
January 2 2015