Yoga Journal wants to encourage you to take this time to build a strong practice, find a virtual community for support, and use your yoga off the mat to help those in need. Here, your resource guide for practicing at home, staying balanced, boosting immunity, and keeping local teachers employed and families healthy. Check back regularly for updates and more free content.
Not everyone can afford to pay for classes, particularly now. If you or someone you know is hurting and could benefit from yoga, we have hundreds of asana and meditation practices on yogajournal.com, via webinar, and on YJ’s Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube channels.
YJ’s Free Webinar Series
Your daily life may have just dramatically shifted, but now more than ever it’s important to keep up your yoga practice. Whether you’re self-isolating at home or on the front lines, we’re inviting you to a series of (free) live webinar practices offered by Yoga Journal’s online education faculty to help you find your center—so you can stay calm when you step off of your mat. Online classes offered every day, starting Thursday, March 19, Check for times and teachers.
Find a Yoga Sequence
Your one-stop-shop for yoga sequences. Put poses together with top-tier instruction from yoga teachers. Get sequences for back pain, better balance, open hips, and more.
Find a Meditation
“Meditation” and “mindfulness” are buzzwords these days for good reason. Get expert insight here on meditation and its symbiotic relationship to asana. Use this hub as your go-to resource for simple tips and guided practices to ease anxiety, fear, and anger, and learn how to make meditation part of your modern daily life.
Watch Daily Yoga Videos
Put your asana, breath work, and a few Ayurvedic herbs and rituals to use to stay calm, get the sleep you need, and boost your immune system. Plus, get our free ebook with practices, suggestions for immune-boosting foods, and more.
Support Your (Yoga) Community
With studio closures, dramatic lifestyle changes, and a real fear of losing income, here are concrete things you can do to keep teaching, contribute to collective health and wellbeing, and feel better about the future during the coronavirus pandemic.