A multi-faceted approach to stretching helps us to feels wonderful and has loads of physical benefits too.
5 approaches to stretching in yoga
Learn about the anatomy of the female pelvis and how yoga can help us to strengthen and stretch the muscles that support and surround it.
The female pelvis and yoga
In the final part of Dawn's anatomy series we take a closer look at the cervical spine and create more mobility in the neck and shoulders.
Anatomy of the spine - the neck
In the third instalment of this anatomy series, we move a little further up the body to the thoracic spine - the upper back. We look at why mobility i...
Anatomy of the spine - the upper back
In the second of her anatomy series, Dawn looks at how fascia and the breath support our structure and moves up the spine to explore the T12 area.
Anatomy of the spine - connected by the waist
In this 4-part series, Dawn Meredith-Davies takes us on a tour of the spine and our internal anatomy connected to it. First up - the lower back.
Anatomy of the spine - the lower back
Jennilee Toner explores the anatomy and biomechanics of the knee joint and teaches us how to safely navigate yoga postures.
How to keep your knees safe in yoga
A sneak peek into Bernie Clarke's hotly-anticipated new book, Your Spine, Your Yoga.
Your Spine, Your Yoga - Bernie Clarke's latest book
How can spending more time in neutral pelvis help us to protect our lower back, breathe more effectively and have a healthier alignment?
What is a neutral pelvis and why does it matter?
Jennilee teaches us more about the core and how to awaken, enliven and strengthen it using three different approaches.
3 approaches to awaken and strengthen the core
I believe that yoga should value function over form and in my quest to keep developing as a teacher, here are some alignment cues I have revisited and...
Alignment cues I no longer use
How can yoga help us clear stale, stagnant space and make room for fresh, sweet space? Jennilee explains...
Less Dukkha, more Sukha
We look at what functional movement means, some common areas of movement loss or reduction and how yoga can help assess and restore movement.
Functional movement and how yoga supports it
Many people struggle with tightness, weakness or general discomfort in their lower backs or hips. We take a look at four muscles for some answers...
The Psoas, Iliacus, Quadratus Lumborum and Piriformis - connecting the back and hips