6 Myths About the Benefits of a Yoga Practice

New myths about what yoga and the poses themselves can do for you are popping up all the time. Here, Yoga Physics founder Alexandria Crow debunks a few of her favorites. Yoga studios don’t often hand out pamphlets explaining what yoga is or what you may gain from it. Yoga and its practices are often …

Yoga-poses vs Yoga-posers

“Listen, the minute this became something you could do casually, and a style of pants with was made for it… the wheels came off.” – Anonymous Ok, that’s a reasonable statement. Most of us who have grown wary of the pop yoga scene can see the validity of that point of view. If you go …

The Yoga Physics Phorum Manifesto

  Something remarkable happens when we teach students around the world. The individual experiences and desires inherent in each local milieu, blend together to give rise to a shared and vastly expansive global reach towards that which resonates as palpable, unsullied, and sincere. By interacting with unique groups of students who are trained in a variety of styles of …

Target Tight + Weak Spots: A New Way To Do Bow Pose

Bryant Park Yoga is back in New York City for its 12th season, featuring teachers curated by Yoga Journal. This week’s featured instructor is Alexandria Crow, who taught at Bryant Park last week. There are many parts of the body that can limit a student’s ability to approach Bow Pose (Dhanurasana): tight shoulders, pecs, quads, hip …