A Go-To Practice for Calming the Back

If you have acute pain, the first line of action is to check in with your health care provider, clear up inflammation and find a comfortable resting position. When you are ready to move again EASY DOES IT! Take your time and listen to your body. And it bears repeating: Initiate all movement on your breath. (Click image to enlarge.)

Yoga in 30 Seconds: Office Edition

If you spend hours sitting at a computer, and who doesn’t these days, you may find yourself prone to stiffness, headaches, and that often so hard-to-resist 4 pm stupor. Instead of reaching for caffeine or sugar, try a few seated forward bends: Start seated in a chair, hands resting on the tops of your thighs, feet hips’ width apart. Feel …