Salt + Light Coalition is a non-profit organization using yoga and wellness to help rebuild the lives of women and youth who have endured human trafficking.
Cool down this summer with Moon Cooling Breath, an ancient pranayam and mudra that quickly lowers the heat in the mind and body.
Taking a few minutes to reconnect to the natural world around you can reset your energy and center you in the present. Here are some simple ways you can plug into nature's healing vibes even in a concrete jungle
2019 Live Be Yoga ambassador Lauren Cohen shares her tips for maintaining a personal practice.
Live Be Yoga Ambassador, Lauren Cohen visits Gather, a yoga studio and community based in San Diego, CA. Through its co-op model and educational programs, Gather aims to make yoga and wellness accessible to all, while honoring the roots of the practice.
Stephanie Snyder, the founder of Love Story Yoga in San Francisco, shares the spiritual philosophy of the goddess Lakshmi and how to apply her wisdom in your daily life.
We sat down with three master teachers in San Francisco who shared their advice for new(ish) teachers.Stephanie Snyder, Jason Crandell and Janet Stone share their thoughts on integrating yoga philosophy into daily life, the importance of continuing education, and how a strong personal practice brings true wisdom.
The Live Be Yoga ambassadors go behind the scenes at ShiKai in Santa Rosa, California.
The supplements these on the go yogis use to stay calm and focused on the road.
Inspired by her conversation with Tiffany Cruikshank, YJ ambassador Lauren Cohen shares several thought exercises to help yoga instructors recommit to the path of teaching.
Santosh Maknikar, founder of Santosh Yoga Institute in Salt Lake City, has a mission to make the practice more accessible for his community.
At his home yoga studio in Salt Lake City, Santosh Maknikar brought his community together for a complete yoga practice, including kriya and pranayama practices he incorporates into his daily life and trainings.
In Live Be Yoga's first stop of the 2019 tour, the ambassadors learn from legendary Ashtanga teachers why the practice adds up to so much more than the shapes on your mat.