Two cities down, one more to go before Paramaguru Sharath Jois heads back to India. If you joined us in LA last week, check out our fun Facebook album. East Coasters, meet us in NYC for the final leg of the U.S. Tour!
These 60-second workouts are the perfect way to stay fit and alert when you don't have time to get to the gym.
Why do yoga? While visiting Stanford University, Sharath Jois shares the simple reason and inspires a new mission: Well-being for all. Here, one student brilliantly relays this important message.
This special video offers an in-depth look at why yoga students make the pilgrimage to study with Sri R. Sharath Jois and how he continues to be a shining example to practitioners from all over the world.
Recent studies show that foot fitness—and these 5 exercises—can help prevent bunions and plantar fasciitis, ward off shin splints, and, quite possibly, save your life.
The first leg of Sharath Jois' 2017 three-city tour has wrapped. What an incredible week! We hope these photos from Stanford bring back wonderful memories for those who attended. The tour continues to UCLA next, then NYC!
A deeper look at the first yogic principle of being true to yourself, others, your practice and spreading knowledge.
In this second installment of this essay series, writer Leslie Hendry shares how having self-awareness early on helped her develop her Ashtanga practice into something much more profound.
As different as these two activities are, they can both offer transformative experiences that can help ground and reconnect you with yourself in the most wonderful ways as this one writer bravely discovered.
Intense concentration at the office can lead to something called “email apnea,” where you actually stop breathing as you work. Here's how to notice and fix the problem so you can breathe easy again.
To experience the full benefits of yoga, it helps to have a thorough understanding of the practice of sūryanamaskāra. Read on to learn more about its significance.
In this three-part essay series, advanced Ashtanga practitioner and writer Leslie Hendry shares an inside look at her experiences on a special yoga path and the important teachings she has learned along the way.
Building strength is a big picture endeavor. It's not just about flattening your tummy or toning your arms, but also being able eliminate weakness from all angles—and it starts with proper alignment.
Setting goals in both life and yoga may not always improve your practice. Here's how changing your traditional way of thinking can lead to greater success with less effort.
The practice of Ashtanga yoga involves eight parts, or limbs, of which the first two are yamas and niyamas. Learn more about how these basic guidelines help create the conditions for real yoga to germinate within you.