How to Practice Corpse Pose

The last pose in every yoga class, Corpse Pose is well-deserved rest after a physically intense Ashtanga class or the ultimate relaxation after a calming Yin class. Some yogis may think that  Savasana is impossible to get wrong and that instructions are unnecessary, but lying completely still for several minutes can be challenging! Some yogis

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What to Do If Yoga Makes Your Arms Tired

Do your arms feel like jelly in plank pose or do they start to shake when attempting an arm balance? Tired arms during your yoga practice is very common, and it is totally normal for yoga to make your arms feel tired. You might feel that you don’t have enough arm strength to hold yourself

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10 Ways Yoga Promotes Longevity

From green smoothies to facial serums to cryotherapy, there are tons of different products, activities, and therapies on the market today that promise to help you to feel and look younger. Our society is obsessed with finding ways to keep that youthful glow and have more energy and vibrancy on the inside and outside. But

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How to Practice Chair Pose (Utkatasana) for Beginners

Also known as Fierce pose or Utkatasana in Sanskrit, Chair pose is a dynamic posture that fires up your body and builds strength and stability. The pose gets its name for its shape— when you practice chair pose, it feels as though you are sitting in an invisible chair. Chair pose can be practiced by

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Yoga for Inflexible People (How to Become Flexible)

One of the most frequent questions we get asked  is “Can I do yoga even if I’m not flexible?” and the answer is YES. Anyone who is inflexible can become more flexible.  You might not become a contortionist but with a consistent yoga practice, you can significantly improve your overall flexibility. For those of you

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Yoga vs. Meditation: What’s the Difference?

Eastern practices like yoga and meditation are becoming more and more mainstream with classes being offered in gyms, studios, and other venues all around the country. Many people are turning to more holistic practices to cope with anxiety, depression and the daily stresses of life. With the popularity of yoga and meditation growing in the

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