By Heather Snyder Ippolito

April 26, 2021

In today’s modern world, it’s easier than ever to find yourself sitting in a slouched position at your desk or slumped over a laptop for hours at a time. All that slouching takes its toll on your muscles, joints, and ligaments, and causes changes in your spine’s natural curvature — and almost always leads to pain. Here are 5 simple steps that will help you shift those habits and create a healthier setup so that you can stop slouching and enjoy some painless sitting!

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By Dr. Bianca Inirio, OTD

April 12, 2021

If you’re pregnant there’s a good chance you’re wondering about the safety of prenatal workouts and want to know, “Can I still workout?” This short guide will help you separate fact from myth about what’s safe and what’s not while growing a human being inside of you, and will help you feel more comfortable on your journey of becoming a healthy parent.

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By Heidi Knecht-Seegers

April 7, 2021

There will always be students who want — and teachers that offer — beautifully serene and serious yoga classes. This type of yoga is immensely valuable and can be positively life changing. But you should also consider making room for some humor in your yoga practice — you may discover that laughter is the best pranayama of all.

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By Laura Araujo

February 16, 2021

Yoga is a form of physical exercise, but it’s also a powerful tool that can help quiet your mind, ground you in what’s most important, and release positive chemicals in your brain. And the best part is these five beginner yoga poses will help get you on your way to beginning a Yoga practice — and you can do them in your underwear!

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By Heather Snyder Ippolito

February 10, 2021

We are dynamic beings who are often in motion and relating to other people, objects, and activities. So, posture is not a single position that you hold, it is how you move your body every day — which is why it’s literally such a critical part of living a balanced life! But there are three things that hold us back from good posture.

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