Try this smarter, better-for-you, more accessible way to stretch.
In this essay series, advanced Ashtanga practitioner and writer Leslie Hendry explains why her many trips to India were never just a vacation.
A Mindful Runner Shares What Drives Her to Train for the First-Ever All-Female Run Across the Serengeti
Rhonda Vetere is a tech industry executive, an athlete, and, this October, a participant in the inaugural Serengeti Girls Run—a 55-mile, multi-day journey that aims to empower the next generation of female leaders.
Need a quick pick-me-up? Burn 100 calories in under two minutes. These three simple exercises are designed to align the body so that you’ll stand straighter and move more efficiently.
Seeking a true yogic life means deflecting everyday distractions and focusing on the inward journey.
A deep inquiry into the opening mantra to help understand why touching your guru's feet is much more than a symbol of respect.
For better sleep, get moving more. Here’s a perfect pre-sleep workout for quality zzz’s tonight.
Daily movement is a vital part of this ancient practice. Here’s what active people of all kinds can learn from its teachings.
Having a go-to yoga shala isn't simply a space to practice asanas. Here's how belonging to one studio can take you to a higher place in all aspects of life.
Yes, you've got to do the work to get results. But much like how you approach your career, you've got to work smarter, not harder, to master your fitness goals.
During her recovery, Linda Wortman used a mindful breathing technique to overcome life's biggest challenge and, to her surprise, go farther than she ever imagined.
Your dream body doesn't need to be just a dream. Make it a reality with a simple shift in your approach to exercise. Here's how.
Squeezing in exercise is often a scheduling issue. Hence, why our friends at Elev8d Fitness created this 3-minute workout that you can complete in no time.
Meet the leading researchers who are currently showing the medical community exactly how yoga and mindfulness heal.
After annual visits to Mysore for nearly a decade, one Ashtangi learned the hard way that real, rewarding progress comes only when the body and mind are ready to advance—and not one second beforehand.