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Let’s give it up for the “soft power” of tai chi! In our book, anything that relieves pain, improves mood, and leads to a better quality of life deserves a standing ovation. The gentle martial art may be as effective as physical therapy at reducing the pain of knee osteoarthritis (known general ... Read more

If you’ve avoided asanas and other activities because of arthritis pain, we have good news. A well-designed yoga program is not only safe for people with arthritis, says new research, but it may also ease symptoms and boost mood. In the study, people with either osteoarthritis in the knee or rheu ... Read more

Ready to downshift from your active, high-speed summer? Yoga can help you feel centered and grounded as fall approaches. Heart-opening poses like Cobra are especially good at releasing stress and tension that may be bound up in your chest, notes Judi Bar, yoga program manager at the Cleveland Cli ... Read more

Give your lower back some love by doing one of yoga’s most basic moves: the forward fold. Forward folds create length and space in the spine, counteracting spinal compression. (Can you hear your back breathing a sigh of relief?) And because of its inward nature, the forward fold can even promote ... Read more

Donning pj’s, brushing teeth, and dimming lights are a good start. But to really get your relaxation on before bed, turn upside down. Legs Up the Wall pose —exactly what it sounds like — is a gentle inversion that calms the nervous system. “By actively disengaging the body mechanics required for ... Read more

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