Unlike many movement modalities, the yoga practice requires that you place a great deal of your body weight onto your hands and wrists.
It’s yoga festival season! Get ready for new experiences, being in nature, meeting new people and a LOT of time on the mat! We’ve put together your essential survival guide to help you make the most out of this fun season.
Many of us dream of getting more sleep—a restful, profound and delicious kind of sleep.There are many factors to consider when talking about sleep but the bottom line is that we all do it and we certainly all need it.
Tightness in the legs and hips can often lead to a sore and tired lower back. While yoga has many excellent hamstring stretches, these forward folds are usually practiced in a standing or seated position, where the spine can round.
Counteract the stress of your busy day and unwind with a twenty-five minute restorative yoga practice. Restorative yoga is a slow, soothing practice designed to pacify the nervous system and calm the mind.
Recently, I attended my first 10-day Vipassana Meditation Course. Vipassana, for those who are new to the term, is a type of meditation where you concentrate on the sensations in your body.
Have you ever wondered what makes the bolster in your yoga studio so good and what separates a great bolster from a bad one? A great bolster can transform your yoga practice and can be used in almost any style of yoga.
When your bolster lasts a long time, being able to buy a new cover is the perfect way to keep you loving your bolster for years to come.
Your letting go is your strength. Your self care is your grace. Parenting teaches us about the power of letting go and directing our attention to the present moment.
Some of you may remember when I started Halfmoon in 1989 out of a garage and home office. Halfmoon was a passion project that was born from my love of yoga, responding to a growing need for yoga props in a then-small market.
During spring, there’s no better time to connect to the earth. Steady, rooted poses are a great way to bring grounding to this season of growth.