Tag "beginner yoga"

How Much Yoga Is Enough?

Most yoga classes are an hour and a half. Some are an hour and fifteen. You can take a lunch time class for an hour. I remember a studio I

Supermoon Salutations

Yoga Digest gets creative with a supermoon sequence of supermoon salutations. Click here to celebrate the supermoon – yoga style!

5 Reasons to Take Some Rest In Child’s Pose

Childs pose is a great resting pose to center yourself during your practice. Click here to learn all the benefits!

Yoga Might Be The Best Valentine’s Gift You Can Give

Yoga can open the heart both spiritually and physically. From poses like back bends to forward folds, yoga can open one up to both give and receive love. Yoga expert

Practice At Home With Seane Corn, From Yoga At Home: Inspiration For Creating Your Own Home Practice

A dedicated home practice is an integral component of the study of yoga. It allows yogis of all levels to roll out their mats at any time…

10 Ways Yoga Straps Can Deepen Your Practice

Props are for students who can’t do the “full pose”, right? Wrong! Rather than being training wheels for beginners to rely on, yoga props can deepen our practice in unexpected ways.

How to Stop Competing in Your Yoga Practice

Yoga is about working on the inside and being where we are, at that moment.

Know your Ashtanga from your Vinyasa: A Beginner’s Guide to Yoga

How do you know which type of yoga is the type for you? Enjoy this simple explanation of some of the different kinds of yoga and which might be best for you!

The Synchronization of Breath & Movement: Cat/Cow

Cat/Cow It is very common to begin a yoga practice, after the initial establishment of breath, by moving through cat and cow pose. With a nice stable base in table top,

Breathe Into Your Hips

The more you practice linking breath and conscious, specific relaxation points in the body, the more you increase your overall body awareness. Give it time…. all is coming!