Monthly Archives: November 2016

Think you don’t have time for yoga during the holidays—much less 3-minute pose holds? Yoga Medicine teacher Shannon Stephens makes a case for why yin yoga may be the best practice for your busiest times. As a full-time yoga instructor with a demanding schedule that has me running between classes and private sessions most of […]

In the midst of post-election protests and fear, yoga teacher Daniel Sernicola shares two heartening stories of how people—and the world—really can change and urges yogis to continue doing our part. As yoga practitioners, we yearn for a more peaceful, unified world, filled with loving families, safe neighborhoods, and resilient communities. As we continue coming […]