Karma yoga is the Hindu path of service to others. Discover how yogis can extend their practice off the mat through seva, activism, and social justice work.
Ahimsa, or nonviolence, is one of yoga’s ethical principles. Explore its origins and how it might be interpreted and practiced in your everyday life.
This April, help the Seva Foundation raise awareness and funds to prevent blindness around the world by hosting or attending a yoga class near you.
In honor of the season of giving, we’re highlighting some yoga-based relief efforts that are mindfully helping rebuild—from Sonoma County to San Juan.
Many yogis have been brave enough to join actress Alyssa Milano's #MeToo crusade against sexual harassment and assault. Here are some of their stories.
When it’s simply not enough to dedicate a yoga practice or #prayfor____, this sequence is designed to prime your body, mind, and soul to be of functional service to those in need.
As the Las Vegas shooting further assaults our sense of peace, yogis have an opportunity to use their practice off the mat to make the world a more peaceful place.
Sure, you could teach yoga to communities in need. But this year’s Good Karma Award winners exemplify the many other ways to practice seva, or selfless service. Here are their inspiring stories, plus advice to help you find your own path to giving back.
Yoga teacher and social justice activist Hala Khouri explains how years of service have led her to reinterpret and redefine the word “seva.”
Four yoga teachers share ideas for incorporating acts of selfless service into day-to-day activities.
Yoga Teacher Amy Ippoliti talks seva, yoga trends, and cultivating happiness.