New to yoga? Try these basic yoga poses to get stronger and more flexible.
Nothing says "Happy Valentine's Day" like sweating, massaging, deep breathing, and feeling great. These yoga moves for two help you do all of those things.
Go back to basics with a workout that builds each pose from the ground up.
This Vinyasa flow leaves you feeling balanced, focused, and ready to take on the world.
Think yoga is easy? Think again. Yoga is a mental, physical, and spiritual exercise that requires focus, flexibility, and precision.
Most all-star athletes practice yoga to increase their flexibility and boost their performance. Try this at-home yoga workout to reap the same rewards.
This metabolism-boosting vinyasa yoga flow is perfect for yoginis who practice for the body benefits.
You're just a few yoga classes away from flat, toned abs. We've got your plan.
Do these yin yoga poses (yin is a type of yoga that requires holding poses for a longer amount of time) to ease stress and tension in your lower back. The whole workout only takes 20 minutes!
Feel a little groggy when you wake up? This morning yoga routine will give you the energy you need to conquer your day, no caffeine required.
Nike Master Trainer Traci Copeland designed this beginner-friendly Nike Training Club (NTC) yoga workout to sculpt your muscles, boost your balance, and improve your focus.
This 30-minute vinyasa class is designed to carve a stronger core, whether you're a yoga newbie or a professional poser. Pull out your yoga mat and let's go.
Think yoga is more stretch than sculpt? Then you haven't tried these yoga flows that stregthen, tone—and, yes—stretch your entire body for a yoga workout like no other.
Sick of traditional ab exercises? We don't blame you. Add this yoga flow to your ab routine and your core will thank you later. Sayonara, sit-ups.
These chair-friendly yoga poses stretch tense muscles, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated—so your job stops being a pain in the neck. At least in the literal sense.
The benefits of yoga extend beyond a zen mind—the practice can also carve your core. Just ask Russell Case, a Sonima.com yoga expert and spokesperson for the Sonima Foundation.
If you're one of the 31 million Americans suffering from an aching back, consider yoga for back pain (in addition to seeing your doc).
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