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By Alex Ferrari who interviews Tiffany Cruikshank for the Next Level Soul Podcast. Click here to the full podcast episode.
By Dr. Doreen Wiggins for Yoga Medicine®. Currently, studies are being conducted looking at this exact question. Preliminary research has been supportive, and universities such
By Brianne Hogan for SheKnows. We’re living in stressful times, so experiencing a terrible anxiety-inducing day (or two) is pretty common now. Like most of us, you’re
By Brett Larkin for Yoga Medicine®. The yoga practice has become increasingly popular in recent times. It’s easy to see yoga studios sprawled in different
By Amanda Burks for Yoga Medicine®. Whether you know it or not, you have probably taught yoga to neurodivergent people. Neurodiversity refers to variation in
By Deb Hipp for Livestrong. As you age, stressful situations may take more of a toll on your body and mind than they did when
By Tiffany Cruikshank for Yoga Journal. These exercises can help you build a supportive structure for your yoga practice—or any other pursuit. Shoulder pain is
By Katie Robinson for Everyday Health. If you’ve never heard of Frog pose, TikTokers think you should learn the classic yoga pose. Videos claiming it’s
By Kells McPhillips for Well + Good. When you think about the best exercises for heart health, stretching might not immediately come to mind. After
By Erica Harrison for Seniors Matter. Have you ever felt at a loss for words to describe your feelings? Neurobiological research finds that some negative emotions