Take the time to get up from your chair once in awhile and move around. Moving will invigorate your body, release muscle tension and give you a boost of energy.
It’s important for those of us in office jobs to be mindful of our body and to give it a good stretch every few hours. Our bodies were meant for movement.
Repetition and stress from working in front of a computer can exact a toll on our hands, wrists and shoulders. These areas often bear the brunt of overuse and lack of variation in movement and, as a result, we feel discomfort or pain.
Chair poses are a wonderful way for almost anyone to practice yoga at any time.
As you begin your search for the best yoga class to achieve your personal fitness goals, keep these three key questions in mind.
Are you considering taking up yoga? Find out more about the health benefits of this ancient practice, plus tips to help you find the perfect class for you.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our new series, “The Short Answer.” Yoga expert Judi Bar, E-500 RYT, answers this one.
If you want to have a healthy heart, you have to make sure your lifestyle includes a nutritious diet and regular cardiovascular exercise. But did you know that practicing yoga also can help your heart?
Barre offers body sculpting combined with toning exercises set to music. The classes are designed primarily to give you a long, lean dancer’s physique.
Blending Eastern and Western medicine can be the best therapy for chronic pain. Cleveland Clinic’s Hong Shen, MD, pain management specialist and acupuncturist, explains why and how.