If you practise yoga and other sports/activities you are probably familiar with muscular aches and pains after an intense session. But how does this soreness come about?
Sore muscles after yoga
“Sthira Sukham Asanam” is one of the most quoted Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. It means a yoga posture should be steady, firm and stable, yet also comfortable, light and delightful.
Balancing flexibility and strength in yoga
Myrthe Wieler looks at the important role the SI joint has to play...
Understanding our Sacroiliac Joint
Francesca Giusti has been with EkhartYoga since the very beginning; she tells us her more about her journey.
Matters of heart and mind
Learn why and how to sprout seeds, releasing their vital energy AND turning them from food into nutrient packed superfoods!
How to sprout your own seeds at home
Learn how to keep your wrists happy and healthy through warm-up, correct alignment, strengthening and therapeutic exercises.
Yoga therapy for your wrists
Although hard to hear and believe when you are in the midst of it, pain has the potential to make you grow to the heights of your ability. However, to...
Dealing with the pain of grief
If you're looking to explore the Yin and Yang in your life, one place you can start looking is the food on your plate.
Yin and Yang on your plate
This month we asked our yoga teachers: What practice do you do to maintain your physical or inner strength?
Teachers Thoughts - Building Strength
Attempting to control external events will never keep us safe. It doesn't even work.
Yoga off the mat - Letting go of control
We asked our yoga teachers: What do you do to maintain your physical or inner strength?
How to maintain inner and outer strength
Learn more about the Doshas and take a quiz to find out which of the three Doshas are most dominant in you
Ayurveda - The Three Doshas
We all experience stress. Stress is a natural reaction to certain situations - it is part of life. Stress becomes a problem when it becomes chronic, w...
From stress towards balance