As you make your final holiday preparations — shopping, cooking, traveling — keep these simple tips in mind.
During the hectic holiday season, your stress levels tend to ramp up. So this is a perfect time to quiet the mind and body with yoga. Most of us practice yoga every day, we just don’t call it that.
If the cold days and dark nights of winter make you want to hibernate, consider this: Being inactive can take a toll on your fitness, your weight and your mood. Get tips for all fitness levels.
Yoga can strengthen the key muscles that help with better balance and teach us how to keep a calm focus when we experience life's challenges. Try these simple, standing poses for better balance.
We spend a lot of our time hunched over a computer, our desks and even over the steering wheel of our cars. This can cause tight, sore muscles that lead to tension headaches and neck pain. According [...]
Heel pain, known as plantar fasciitis, can be caused by a number of things, but typically our footwear is the culprit. Yoga postures that stretch and strengthen the legs and feet can help reduce and even relieve plantar fasciitis.
Even Tiger Woods’ golf game can be seriously compromised by back pain. To avoid back injury on the links — and to play your best — be flexible and get strong in your core.
Meditating calms you down, but did you know that thinking positive thoughts can build heart health? Yoga and mindfulness both improve your odds against cardiovascular disease, a study says.
If you're going to spend eight hours a day — and probably more — at the office, make them count. Healthy habits may start at home, but you can take them to work with you.
Yoga exercises relax your muscles so you can sleep better. Certified yoga therapist Judi Bar, from the Cleveland Clinic, demonstrates some simple yoga movements to try before bed.