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Looking for a new routine to blast calories, or just a way to unwind and loosen up while strengthening your body? Try adding yoga or Pilates to your fitness routine. Read our yoga/Pilates expert blogs to learn how to correctly perform yoga positions or Pilates exercises, or learn how to stretch your body to prevent injury with any of our stretching blogs.

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Recent Yoga, Pilates, and Stretching Blogs
Does Yoga Aid in Weight Loss?
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 3, 2015
Blog: The Dancing Yogini
By Erica Bornstein
The debate about whether or not doing yoga results in weight loss could go on and on. And to tell you the truth, I can see both sides of the argument. But when it comes down to it, yes, yoga can aid in weight loss. The science of weight loss is ...
Pilates to Get You Energized & Ready for Your Day
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 29, 2015
Blog: Pilates with Hanneke Blog
By Pilates with Hanneke
What's the first thing you do when you get up in the morning? Do you immediately start up a cup of coffee to get rid of the grogginess, which then leads to a massive crash a few hours later and you buying a not-so-healthy snack to try boost your ...
Yoga for Detox
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 22, 2015
Blog: The Dancing Yogini
By Erica Bornstein
It's officially summertime. For a lot of us, that means more vacations, family outings, days off, BBQs and parties. While all of those are well deserved, I think we all know summer can lead to a lot of extra calories and a whole lot of consumption of ...
Good Pain vs. Bad Pain
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 8, 2015
Blog: The Dancing Yogini
By Erica Bornstein
I have been faced with a lot of questions about pain. My yoga classes are typically pretty vigorous, and I tend to push my students to their edges. I believe that if you don't push through intensity, you will not get stronger. I have recently been nicknamed ...
Stretching to Ease Back Pain
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 1, 2015
Blog: Yoga For Weight Loss
By Katherine Roberts
Hamstring flexibility is the key to releasing your back! For most of us the hamstrings are a very tight area of the body, which has a direct correlation to lumbar spine discomfort. How does tension in the hamstrings relate to weight loss? Simply ...
Letting Spring Rejuvenate Your Yoga Practice
Posted @ 7:00am ET on April 20, 2015
Blog: Peace, Love, Yoga
By Kate Lindberg
Springtime serves as a powerful catalyst for refreshing my workout routine. The winter blahs can make it difficult to motivate, and I find that in cold temperatures I am far more likely to practice yoga at home than to venture out to a studio. While a home ...
Yoga & Life: A Balancing Act!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on April 20, 2015
Blog: Yoga For Weight Loss
By Katherine Roberts
Yoga is a metaphor for life, and what we learn on the yoga mat about ourselves translates into our lives off the yoga mat. In one of my past Diet.com articles I wrote about the importance of our inner dialogue. When we are faced with challenging ...
Go With the Flow: The Vinyasa Yoga Routine
Posted @ 6:00am ET on March 30, 2015
Blog: Yoga For Weight Loss
By Katherine Roberts
In the past, I shared with you the fundamental sequence of yoga postures called Sun Salutations. This sequence of yoga postures can be practiced five times, holding each position for five breaths. This sequence warms up the muscles and allows you time to ...
Yoga Class Dos and Don'ts
Posted @ 6:00am ET on March 2, 2015
Blog: The Dancing Yogini
By Erica Bornstein
DO arrive early. If you can, try to get to class a couple minutes early. I realize sometimes life gets in the way and traffic and/or public transportation is slow. However, it is nice to get on your mat with a few minutes to spare so that you can mentally ...
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