“Do not overthink your poses.” That’s advice I heard early in my yoga practice — and I shouldn’t have listened. I wound up hurting my shoulder and lower back, and my downward dog felt more…
Taking an outdoor yoga class in pleasant spring weather sounds like a very zen and peaceful experience. But in reality, it’s not always so picturesque, so keep these tips in mind first.
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At 6,000-square-feet, Beloved Yoga calls itself the largest yoga studio in the D.C.-area; most yoga studio spaces average between 900 and 1,200 square feet.
You can be mindful of what you’re thinking, what you’re doing and how you’re moving. Mindfulness can take on many forms including meditation, yoga and Tai Chi, for example.
Los Angeles-based yoga studio chain YogaWorks has acquired Pure Om’s two studios in the D.C. area for an undisclosed sum, bringing the number of yoga studios owned by the L.A. based chain in the D.C. and Baltimore areas to 13.
Here are some unwritten yoga etiquette rules to help you achieve zen.
Sipping on a bottle of beer can relax you, but can it also promote mindfulness? A yoga instructor in the D.C. area is pairing pints with poses to pile on some additional health benefits.
If the idea of “oooming” your way through a yoga class has you yawning, read on.
It’s not uncommon to find yoga classes in D.C.’s breweries, ballparks and cat cafes. You’ll even find yogis practicing their down dogs in the iconic hallways of the Kennedy Center. But this spring, locals are taking their mats out of the city and into the fields for a new breed of yoga.
Americans today are movement-starved and our bodies are deteriorating as a result. Personal trainer Fairfax Hackley explains the keys to improve how you move and improve your health and fitness along the way too.
Healthy living, and eating, options abound on the West Coast. But it might not be that hard to live like a West Coaster here in the nation’s capital. Here are eight healthy habits Washingtonians, and East Coasters at large, should adopt.
These days, yoga is anything but boring. There are classes that teach handstands in hammocks and those that mix wheel pose with wine. And now, you can bend to the beat of a drum while surrounding yourself with beer.
Take the time to find a fulfilling class with a well-matched teacher. Here’s how.
Yoga studios in the nation’s capital are on edge after a rash of burglaries targeting the studios where people go to stretch and relax.