What is the best time of day to do yoga?

There are advantages to practicing either in the morning or the evening, but it ultimately comes down to your individual goals and daily schedule. Yoga can be incredibly invigorating in the morning and get you off to a great start

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Feet Alignment For Standing Postures

What do mountain pose, chair pose and standing forward folds have in common? These postures often have some of us questioning – feet together or feet apart? We’ve heard it cued both ways, but let’s explore why. There’s benefits to

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The Science of Rest Day Recovery

Have you ever heard the expression, “less is more?” Sometimes this can be true, even in your yoga and fitness routine! It can sound a bit counterintuitive to think that taking time OFF from your workout regimen for rest day

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Yoga for Weightlifting

As an avid weightlifter, your muscles work hard. You want to continue to develop your strength and overall lifting technique safely and effectively. Instead of investing in expensive equipment, there’s a better solution.  Yoga is an excellent complement for a

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Yoga for Swimmers

Have you ever wondered, “is yoga for swimmers?” Swimming is a demanding sport. It requires the best of both your mind and your body. The best swimmers know how important it is to tend to not only their body but

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Yoga For Dancers

As a dancer, you face unique challenges on both a physical and mental level. Dance demands focus, commitment, flexibility, strength, and grace. Every day you step into the studio, you are expected to perform at your very best. This requires

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