As the COVID-19 crisis continues, more and more people aware of health and wellness are very important. Working to improve our physical, mental, and spiritual states will help us be at our best when this pandemic passes. From better breathing to focus and flexibility, getting into yoga will have you reaping the benefits in no time.
Malasana: Squat with your feet as close together as you can get them. If you can, keep your heels on the floor. Otherwise, support them with yoga mat. Separate your thighs slightly wider than your torso. 
Sitting for long periods is hard for most people, especially true for yogis. Of course, we are not referring to long sits in a comfortable meditation posture. In fact, many believe the whole purpose of our physical yoga practice (asana) is so that we can sit to meditate.  
You have to wait until you’re off the plane to get a stretch? Think again. As crazy as it sounds, I promise you it is possible to practice yoga from the discomfort of your airplane seat.

When you’re time-crunched, it can be tempting to sneak out of yoga class before this final resting pose. Here’s why you should reconsider.
Thinking about why we doing Savasana (Corpse Pose) at the end of yoga class? Top yoga teachers explain the benefits of Savasana, and

There are the obvious changes one can make to help shed fat, from cutting calories to increasing daily activity. But what about the not-so-obvious changes?  The ones that make your jaw drop when you realize you could have been doing them all along. 
Staying healthy while traveling can be a challenge. Traveling to and eating in new locations introduces your body to unfamiliar bacteria that takes a toll on your immune system and zaps your energy levels. It is also difficult to find healthier food options in unknown territory. Consider the following travel tips and stay healthy on your next expedition.