Yoga is here to stay — because it works.
From bone broth to cat yoga and morning raves, here are the top trends that 2015 brought to D.C.
More health professionals agree with the 5,000 year-old yogi wisdom: A regular yoga practice vastly improves physical and mental health, prevents disease, and improves quality of life.
Most pair beer and wine with food — but yoga? Classes that combine downward dogs and drinking are booming in the D.C. area.
A local nonprofit is working to introduce as many children to yoga as possible — especially those in parts of the region where life can be tense for a child.
Cat yoga is a thing — and it’s happening in D.C.
On Saturday, Sept. 19, Washingtonians will be able to rock steady while holding a steady plank at D.C.’s first Yoga Reggae Festival at Gateway DC East.
Washington yogis will soon have a high-up space to practice their downward dogs.
WASHINGTON — Practicing yoga and meditation can do more than calm your mind — research shows it can change your brain. Shortly after Dr. Sara Lazar started practicing yoga, she noticed a difference in her…
WASHINGTON (AP) — An early-morning dance party which has hit cities across the globe made its debut in the nation’s capital. The Washington Post (http://wapo.st/1FVET6y ) reports D.C. held its first Daybreaker party at Flash…
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Searchers on Friday found the body of an American man who had been missing in the rugged mountains in central Mexico since going on a hike four days ago. Carlos Mandujano,…
A former yoga store saleswoman convicted of murder in Montgomery County wants a new trial.
D.C.-based yoga instructor Faith Hunter works with Haitian women through yoga to propel activism and community service.
Women battling breast cancer have a new weapon: A form of exercise for the body and mind that has been around for centuries.
Millions of people around the world already practice yoga, but a new study suggests that the health benefits might not just be in the eye of the beholder.