Washington yogis will soon have a high-up space to practice their downward dogs.
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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.
Just because yoga is a practice that emphasizes graceful movements and peaceful thoughts, does not mean it is risk-free.
\”Yoga: The Art of Transformation\” traces 2,000 years of yoga\’s history and the
visual culture of yoga from a disciplinary perspective.
Some Arlington residents are participating in a yoga class that requires no mat, no downward-facing dog and no sweat. It\’s no joke, but it is something to laugh at.
One minute of laughing is as good as 10 minutes of rowing and jogging. Check out the video.
It was a typical Thursday evening when D.C. yoga instructor Mike
Graglia greeted his Flow Yoga 4 class at the 14th Street Yoga District studio. As he walked to the front of the room, one student caught his eye.
Yoga is doing more than helping those who belong to a local studio. Programs are expanding to reach seniors, children and the homeless.
Bucky Mitchell, the Amish Trainer, combines his Amish background with fitness training to create his own healthy lifestyle.