Charmaine Yabsley It's said that yoga can relieve a range of conditions from depression to low libido.
Sarah Whyte Budding yoga teachers who earn their credentials through increasingly popular online courses are putting students at risk, leading yoga practitioners say.
Shelly Horton As if regular yoga and resistance work weren't hard enough. We were the first in the world to try a combination of the two, called Troga.
Tim Young It may be one of the more peculiar national sporting championships, but competitive yoga has arrived.
Sarah Berry Stiff and sore throughout the day? Try toilet yoga!
Catherine Armitage Move over Indiana Jones, there's a new breed of prospector scouring the world for treasure.
Shelly Horton I'd like to thank Dr Ginni Mansberg for writing a book just for me. Seriously when I was reading How To Handle Your Hormones it was like she'd been snooping in my diary.
Paula Goodyer Seeds like chia are an easy way to add extra nutrients to dishes - and, unlike nuts, are less likely to be linked to allergy.
Charmaine Yabsley If you dreamt of a tutu when you were a child, then dust off your leotard. Ballet is back.
The fitness industry is worth more than $1.2 billion a year nationally, and Sydney's body beautiful obsession means we contribute more than our fair share.
Siobhan Moylan Motivating or a hindrance? Either way, noise levels at the gym may be doing more harm than good.
Paula Goodyer Age need not be a barrier to keeping fit - even with strenuous exercise.
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Paula Goodyer Jane Fonda is a role model for fit older women - but why aren't there more like her?
Sarah Berry A new form of fitness, dubbed 'Pilates on crack' is turning the heat up on the hundred-year-old exercise. And it has just hit our shores.
Many experts believe clever motivational strategies may be more effective than brute willpower when it comes to developing and maintaining a fitness routine, writes K. Aleisha Fetters.
Lissa Christopher When it comes to the urge to eat junk food or avoid exercise, acceptance and commitment therapy says: don't fight it, resistance is futile.
Sarah Berry We take it for granted, but the way we breathe can affect our physical and emotional health, from burning more fat to giving us a six pack.
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Paula Goodyer For those who don't know their iyengar from their ashtanga, how to tell which class to take?
Jenna Clarke Take cover slackers, Madonna's fitness regime has hit our shores.