Kenny Kutch, and his wife Felecia, practice the modified form of vinyasa yoga.
Several boutique fitness studios within blocks of one another are opening in Williamsburg this spring.
Brooklyn's Crown Heights Fitness balances asana poses and Hasidic piety, creating yoga for Orthodox Jews.
A yoga instructor-bartender teaches classes that include a free mimosa or Bloody Mary at Cobra Club.
The studio uses props to challenge advanced students and provide therapeutic training.
Anneke Lucas, a Belgian child trafficking victim, closed her Park Slope studio to teach prisoners yoga.
If you're a yoga fan but have grown tired of the standard poses, Sheryl Dluginski has a few fresh moves.
Good Yoga, at 602 Myrtle Ave., hopes to open Goodies by the end of March.
The city offers a wide variety of unique summer programs for children.
Hundreds of yogis will compete in New York this week.
From anti-gravity yoga to AcroYoga, inverted yoga is turning traditional asanas on their head.
The ‘Mommy and Me’ yoga program allows new moms to bond with their babies.
Wine expert Stefani Jackenthal hosts tastings after yoga classes as a way to extend post-class Zen.
The Cobble Hill eatery combines the owners' passion for yoga and fine dining.
DNAinfo.com collected tips on how to stay strong with your fitness resolutions without burning out.
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