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3 Moves to Stretch Your Inner Thighs

By Lauren Bedosky
Mobilize your adductors to improve pelvic positioning and protect against inner-knee and lower-back pain.
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BREAK IT DOWN: The Seated Twist

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Twisting can help stretch muscles of the torso, restore spinal mobility, stimulate circulation, and support digestion.
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STRONG BODY, STRONG MIND: To Step or to Jump?

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
What yoga has taught our fitness editor about the importance of transitions.
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The Power of Restorative Yoga

By Nicole Radziszewski
Learn how restorative yoga can help you find a renewed sense of calm — on and off the mat.
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Yoga for Veterans: Q&A With Daniel Libby, PhD

By Jill Patton, FMCHC
The founder of the Veterans Yoga Project shares how past and present military members are benefiting with self-regulating tools like yoga and meditation.
A woman using both of her hands to massage her jaw line.

Does Face Yoga Actually Help Tone Your Facial Muscles?

By Julie Dulude
Experts weigh in on this anti-aging trend — and offer a few exercises you can try at home.
Mother and daughter doing yoga together.

The 5-Sequence Family Yoga Workout

By Lindsay Payne
Follow these family-friendly yoga sequences that are designed to challenge the minds and bodies of all ages.
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BREAK IT DOWN: The Kneeling Backbend

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Learn how to move safely into this front-body stretch.
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5 Pilates Moves for a Strong Foundation

By Andrew Heffernan
These five moves could be the key to more speed, endurance, and resilience on the bike, in the water, and on the road.
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BREAK IT DOWN: The Cat-Cow

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
This two-part flow warms and unwinds the body, stretches the core, and mobilizes the entire spine.
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