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On & Beyond the Yoga Studio

Explore fascinating yoga destinations, amp up your practice with tips and tricks from yoga teachers worldwide. Stretch your body and mind, and unlock your true potential.

Yoga Mudra and All Its Benefits: 8 Basic Mudras

Our body is a mini world made of five elements, Agni (Fire), Vayu (Air), Akasha (Aether), Bhumi (Earth) and Jala (Water); and when there is disturbance in these elements, it can lead to an imbalanced mind and cause our body to suffer from diseases. 

How to Overcome the Challenges of Being a New Yoga Teacher?

You’re a new yoga instructor who has just finished your yoga teacher training. You’re in front of a bunch of students feeling quite nervous. For the very first time, you’re the one person the class is looking at. How do you cope with that?  

Which Are the Most Common Yoga Injuries and How to Prevent Them?

After many years of teaching yoga, I found out that these are the 4 most common injuries related to bad habits on the mat.

10 Questions You Should Ask before Choosing a Yoga Course

Yoga can do wonders for your body. The fact that you have made the decision to start learning this form of exercise is a wonderful step in the right direction. Yoga does not only provide many health benefits, flexibility, and control, it may even help with weight loss.​

5 Yoga Poses to Sculpt Your Waist

Getting into a fitness routine to contour your waist can be daunting at first. There could even be instances when you would want to quit. However, with the right amount of energy and passion, you can get the desired body shape with yoga!

Show Your Brain Some Love with Yoga & Meditation

“Half an hour’s meditation every day is essential, except when you are busy. Then a full hour is needed.” - Saint Francis de Salles (erstwhile Bishop of Geneva).

What to Eat Before Teaching a Yoga Class

Yoga may not be a type of cardio workout, but it is similar to some exercise routines in a way that it involves lots of turning and twisting. Because of this, you may experience stomachache, gas, and cramping if you don’t properly choose the foods that you eat before a yoga session.

How to Still Your Mind Through Yoga

‘I can’t seem to concentrate. There are too many thoughts,’ a number of us make this statement every now and then. Our mind is meant to think. It fills our lives with near-constant thoughts, emotions, feelings, and judgments. But there are times when our thoughts run amock, swinging from one branch to another, leaving us feeling frazzled and disorganized.

5 Easy Yoga Poses to Improve Your Posture

Often times, we feel aches in our body ranging from dull pain to severe ones that affect our day to day life. Many of us attribute these pains to the natural aging process. However, more often than not, the cause of aches in our body stems from an incorrect posture. 

Yoga Postures to Perform Everyday to Boost Confidence and Inner Strength

Confident people have a way of radiating their warmth and trust wherever they go. One who is perfectly comfortable in her own skin and more affirmative in their stances rather than doubtful always finds love and acceptance, given any environment. 

7 Ways in Which the Yoga Lifestyle Will Help You Sleep Better

Yoga is one of the most effective health boosters. Together with normalizing weight, regulating blood circulation and improving posture, it also brings positive psychological changes, such as better sleep and mood improvement. 

10 Essential Oils That Help Alleviate the Most Common Health Problems

Every once in a while, we experience pain and health problems. These can be caused by stress, inflammation, bad posture, or even muscle spasms. And although there are over-the-counter remedies for these problems, almost each one of them has a side effect that may have a negative impact on our wellbeing. A good solution to this may well be essential oils. 

Yoga Poses: How to be Comfortable in All Asanas

The meaning of the word “yoga” has become synonymous with the “physical discipline of being fit.” Despite this common conception, yoga’s primordial philosophical and spiritual concepts are still being practiced today through the different yoga poses.

Yoga Poses: Doing The Crane Pose Might Be Easier Than You Think

My first introduction to arm balance was this lovely pose right here – the crow pose. As I watched my teacher walk the class through the process of moving weight towards the arms and then lift off, I was in awe. It looked simple enough. So I tried. But instead of “lifting off”, I stumbled and fell flat on my face. And it wasn’t a pretty sight.

The Ultimate Guide to Chakras

I recall, many years ago, having attended a yoga class where the yoga teacher spoke in great detail about chakras. “What on earth is she going on about?” I thought to myself, getting more confused by the minute as the teacher mentioned Sanskrit terms, one after another. 

6 Tips To Take Your Yoga Outdoors

Over the weekend, I initiated a yoga session with my fellow yogi friends in a setting that was different to the one that we’ve been used to – the beach. It was a nice day to go out and seeing how close we all lived to the beach, it would have been silly not to take advantage of Mother Nature and get a dose of vitamin Sea.

5 Nutritious Foods to Complement Your Yoga Practice

Whether you believe it or not, the food you consume makes up an important part of your yoga practice. The very basis of yoga is the principle of ahimsa, which means non-violence. This is the reason why so many yogis are also vegetarians and vegans.

Teaching Yoga: Sanskrit Terms Explained

As a yoga teacher, there may come times where you would use Sanskrit terms during class, whether you like it or not. This is because it is often the case where most Sanskrit words don’t have an English equivalent that fully explains the meaning of the terms.

5 Easy & Practical Yoga Poses to Get Rid of Pain

As a yoga teacher, I see a lot of my students face the same problems – stiff neck, hunched back, and chronic lower back pain. These problems are extremely common today as we spend much of our day staring at a computer screen, often sitting in a position that is harmful to our body. Even as we log off our computers, we pick up another gadget that requires us to slouch – our phones. 

A Beginner’s Guide to Downward Dog

The Downward Dog or Adho Mukha Svanasana is perhaps the most commonly seen pose but also the most understated pose in yoga. It features in Sun Salutations, is commonly used as a transition in flows and Vinyasa yoga, as well as a preparatory pose to inversions. 

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