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The wildly popular YouTube teacher is helping us feel connected, even as we shelter in place.
Here's what the yoga community is saying about The New York Times article on adjustments, inappropriate touching, and consent in yoga.
Psychedlics are having a moment. Psychiatrists are administering magic mushrooms in medical centers while yogis host ceremonies with psychoactive tea. This resurgence in research and recreational use may have something to teach us about spiritual enlightenment. Here, we explore the potential role of psychedelics within a yoga practice or as therapeutic treatment.
Rosie Acosta, host of the popular yoga podcast Radically Loved, shares her top 5 tips for launching a yoga podcast—and taking your audience from nobody to new heights.
If you already have a steady SUP yoga practice, you might be eager to try more challenging postures on your board. Enter this sequence, which is filled with familiar postures that have unexpected variations.
What if you could take a yoga class in the comfort of your home or office with a LIVE teacher, who sees you in real time the same way you see them? This is totally possible now, and it provides a real alternative to brick-and-mortar yoga studios.
Our writer never thought she would participate in one of those social media yoga challenges, but she found it surprisingly rewarding. Here are 7 things she learned from the experience.
In this Instagram blowout between Alo, Cody App, and teachers Dana Falsetti and Kino MacGregor, the yoga community revealed—in both supportive and damning comments—how complicated yoga business and social media can be.
Yes, the teacher can see you in your living room ... here are the pros and cons of taking a two-way live streaming yoga class.
YJ Influencer Laura Burkhart offers the story of her own chronic pain and hip injury as a caution to yogis and encourages you to get honest about your own practice.