Komen Connections: When Cancer Takes Your Breath Away, Get It Back With YogaA cancer diagnosis can take anyone’s breath away. But thanks to one organization, some patients are quite literately learning to breathe again.
How Yoga Provides Relief For Some Allergy SufferersIf you're one of the millions who suffer from seasonal allergies there’s now evidence that a little yoga may offer some big relief.
Yoga Center Hopes To Bring New Age To CatskillsYO1 is a $250 million wellness center designed around principles of Ayurveda, ancient medical practices from India.
New York's Most Unique Yoga StudiosGo beyond your typical downward-facing dog.
Yoga Could Be The Key To Easing Chronic Back Pain, Study SaysThe study in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that patients doing yoga reported lower overall pain intensity.
New Summer Workout Routines In The CitySummer is around the corner and that means it's time to get in shape. Here are five fun indoor and outdoor workouts that will get your heart pumping in NYC.
‘Sweet Spot’ With Mike Sugerman: World’s Oldest Yoga Teacher In Westchester CountyTao Porchon Lynch has been practicing yoga for 70 years. She may have 98-year-old bones but they certainly stronger than mine.
Meet Tao Porchon-Lynch, The World's Oldest Yoga InstructorCBS2's Mary Calvi sits (and stretches) with the legendary yogi, and learns more about her incredible life as a fitness guru, model and activist.
First Day Of Summer Marked With Free Yoga In Times SquareThe Times Square Alliance is marking the occasion by offering sun salutations and other yoga moves at the crossroads of the world.
Seen At 11: Getting Fit Through Anti-Gravity Yoga And 'Cocooning'The cocooning payoff actually comes at the end of an anti-gravity yoga class at Crunch Fitness. It's a series of yoga moves that uses the hammock as a support for someone's own body weight, letting that person completely surrender into each pose.
Many Yogis Turning To Breweries As Unconventional Place Of PracticeYoga advocates say the venue choice may encourage more people to consider taking up the practice.