Don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to yoga? No problem! Here is a short and efficient yoga sequence that you can do at home (or anywhere) when you don’t have time for a full practice.
The days are longer and lighter, and that can only mean one thing: it’s time to play outside! Whether you’re headed out on a road trip, a day hike, or a month-long backpacking adventure, make sure you think ahead and practice these six safety tips.
Next time your life feels unmanageable, try this yoga sequence to move back into balance emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Gardening is a great practice for the mind, body, and spirit. Whether you have a green thumb or are new to the game, you can reap the multiple benefits in gardening this spring and summer.
How can you activate mindfulness more regularly throughout your day, regardless of whether or not you actually have a yoga mat? Check out these postures that can be done anywhere, anytime, and will help you connect to your body, breath, and the present moment.
Spending the day relaxed on your couch, binge-watching your favorite Netflix show isn’t always a bad thing … unless it becomes your norm. Find out why you should ditch the controller and embrace life to the fullest.
Skip the squabbles, boost your travel stamina, and make your trip a mindfulness journey with these on-the-road inspired yoga poses.
In a world where your time and energy is hijacked by your busy schedule, it’s important to remember what grounds you. Take care of your body—spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical—with these yoga poses you can do anywhere.
Have you ever watched your dog stretch in the morning? If so, then you know why we call that iconic pose Downward-Facing Dog. Check out these seven yoga poses inspired by dogs.
Winter weather can leave you more susceptible to lethargy, restlessness, and depression—all signs that your body needs to get up and moving. Here is an energizing yoga sequence to get your blood pumping this winter season.