The most common cause of pain in between the shoulder blades is poor posture while working, driving, eating or tapping away on our phones.
Stretching the IT band and TFL is hard to do with conventional stretches but there are a number of yoga poses that can help.
If you’re an athlete, you probably have tight hips. In fact, it's almost impossible to escape tight hips, unless of course, you're a yogi.
Uncomfortably tight hamstrings are common amongst athletes but unfortunately, there is no simple catch-all solution.
Tight quads are common amongst athletes. Many sports, including mountain biking, rowing and even running are quad-dominant.
A consistent yoga practice is great for rehabbing sore feet and ankles but sometimes you need a little extra. In this article, I’ll demo 4 techniques.
Yoga for neck pain is certainly worth a shot if you feel as though you're running out of options. Try these 3 PNF stretches to get you out of pain.
There are a number of ways in which knee pain, commonly experienced by runners and cyclists, can be alleviated with yoga.
Yoga For Fighters. Isn't that a contradiction in terms? Here is the Yoga 15 take on the best yoga for Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Muay Thai.
In this article, I'm going to give you 5 poses that, if you're in pain and you only have a minute, will give you fast-acting pain relief.
If you’re missing more than a couple of days of your 15 mins of yoga, here is a piece of wisdom from Dr Shoma Morita to get you back on track.
Kick off your shoes (if you're not already at the beach) and follow this post-workout yoga cool-down to stretch out after your workout.
The yoga for flexibility routines are primarily based on static stretches, held for 2-3 breaths each, plus some dynamic movement and relaxation.
Yoga for strength routines build muscular strength and endurance, improve joint stability, accelerate performance and alleviate pain.
Yoga for balance, body control and proprioception. These sequences increase focus and concentration and enhance your athletic performance.