Yogi Dads to Follow This Father’s Day

These amazing fathers showcase how they balance their yoga practices with raising children.

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Yoga just may be the ultimate parenting ally. Having a way to relax and reconnect with yourself amidst the responsibilities and stresses of parenthood is vital for a parent’s health and well-being.

But yoga can also help parents connect with their kids on a deeper level—as is evidenced by these amazing fathers who are balancing both their practices (quite literally) and raising their children with yogic values and ideals. It’s certainly not easy. So, this Father’s Day, follow along with these inspiring yoga dads who are doing it all.

See also: 4 Reasons Why Yoga Is Great for Your Dad (And All Dads)

Patrick Beach

The Washington-based yogi and creator of @awakeningyogaacademy shows how he makes yoga a family affair.

Alonzo Nelson

This Missouri-based yogi is a math teacher and the c0-founder of @thecollectivestl. But his most important title? Dad.

Brandon Copeland

The founder of @KheperaWellness in Washington, D.C., and president of the nonprofit @BlackBoysOm often shares pictures and videos of himself on the mat with his young kids.

Josh Kramer

The California-based yoga teacher is an Australian expat who shows us how to successfully raise the next generation of yogis.

Team Omie

If you’re going to fly, why not bring your kiddo along for the ride? This post was shared with YJ by a mama yogi, Debbie Bard, creator of Team OMie, to show how yoga can be playful for kids and dads alike.

How do you practice with your kids (or your dads!)? Tag us on Instagram @yogajournal to show us how you make your yoga practice a family affair.

See also: 6 Unique Father’s Day Gifts for the Dads in Your Life

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