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In our latest Locker Room Look Book video, Y7 Studio co-founder Sarah Levey spills how she goes from sweaty to glowy—all without showering.
You have to see it to believe it—allow superstar yogi Aubry Wiltcher to demonstrate.
In this excerpt from her new book, the Instagram star and body-positivity activist shares the surprising lessons from her unsupervised hours on the mat.
Ever think that yoga could spur your creativity? This yogi explains how.
From an Oscar winner to an amputee, the yogis within its pages offer some serious flow inspo.
The founders of Manhattan's Sky Ting Yoga explain—from inside the sauna—what the "organ melting" detox experience is all about in this (hilarious) video.
This successful classical musician gave it all up, and found her purpose—and new compassion for herself—in the process.
The founder of cool-girl yoga spot Y7 shares her go-to breakfast, pet parenting tips, and how she energizes in the a.m.
Prepare for some serious menstrual realness in this exclusive interview.
Spoiler alert: There's very little teaching daily classes involved.
See all the mega energy, crazy endorphins, and feel-good vibes for yourself.
A megawatt instructor insists that daily asanas actually made her a better person overall—here's how.
Think of it as chaturangas with cheeky references to religious tradition and a Big Easy soundtrack, courtesy of Laughing Lotus' founder.
These once-underground practices can transform your love life, says celeb fave yogi Guru Jagat.
Here's proof that mindfully connecting with your body can change your life.
How yogi Dana Falsetti transformed from terrified first-timer to a taboo-shattering Instagram star, one asana at a time.
At 98 years young, Tao Porchon-Lynch knows a thing or two about waking up on the right side of the bed.
Thyroid Yoga lives up to its name, taking a holistic approach to stimulating the hormonal gland.
Grab a friend and power up your day in—and out—of the flow.
The star yogi explains why repetitive behaviors—like consistently making the faster, convenient choice over the healthy one—are a sign that something's off.
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