In our Yoga Tips section, we offer great tips, ardent advice and an abundance of ideas for those brand new to the practice as well as for more experienced yogis. Our yoga tip topics cover the entire spectrum of yoga–from the philosophy of yoga and the application of yoga in daily life to the deepening your practice on your yoga mat and meditation cushion. Not only will these articles show you how to be a better yoga student, they will also offer advice on how to become a better human being!
The winter months are synonymous with the flu season, stuffy noses, sore throats, and nasal congestion. Yet, it’s possible that your immune system fails you anytime during the year, and you… Read More→
Not every yoga class includes a balancing pose—but they certainly should. Standing on one leg is challenging and demanding, which in turn builds both inner and outer strength and resilience…. Read More→
Balancing poses are possibly the most challenging and frustrating category of yoga postures. Even advanced yogis can shake and teeter while standing on one leg, especially if they are tired,… Read More→
In a modern yoga-scape littered with self-development literature and enlightenment-centric teachings, some of yoga’s finer—and more beautiful—teachings are often overlooked. Self-compassion is one such teaching that’s particularly emphasized in the… Read More→
Yoga has traditionally been an individual and solitary practice. Yet in the path of the householder yogi, we find ourselves in relationship with many other humans. Practicing yoga with another… Read More→
Although the Sanskrit name for sitting in a basic cross-legged position, Sukhasana, translates to “Easy pose,” sitting still with crossed legs can actually prove to be quite challenging. Since a… Read More→
Yoga and stretching can look and feel similar but they are two very different practices. Stretching exercises are only focused on increasing flexibility. While yoga does involve holding static stretches, this… Read More→