Inspiration is an essential component to a healthy and vibrant yoga practice. We actively seek out inspirational teachers, photographers, places, videos and stories to share with you. Please let us know what inspires you!
Lainey Morse, the owner of Goat Yoga in the Willamette Valley of Oregon, claims that goat yoga is therapeutic for people.Our Sponsors MyYogaWorks950+ online yoga classes streaming to your laptop,… Read More→
A yoga practitioner since the 70’s, Annie Carpenter continues to be a dedicated student of anatomy, evolutionary movement, meditation and classical philosophy. As the Creator of SmartFLOW Yoga, Annie strives… Read More→
David Lynch is a YogaWorks trained Senior E-RYT 500-hour with over a decade of teaching and teacher training experience both domestically and internationally. In his teaching, David tries to bring… Read More→
Melanie Lora Meltzer is an award-winning actress, writer, yoga teacher, and mother. Melanie has performed on stages all over Los Angeles and Southern California. She is currently teaching yoga classes… Read More→
‘My Dharma – The Documentary’ features inspirational stories from world-renowned yogis on how the practice of yoga transformed their lives. It’s a collaboration between Dharma Bums, yoga and activewear collection, and… Read More→
In this beautifully produced video, yoga teacher Kino MacGregor practices Ashtanga yoga along a river in India as soothing chanting plays in the background. She moves with steady strength and weaves in… Read More→
Yet again well-known yoga photographer and videographer Alessandro Sigismondi captures the beautiful grace of movement with his video: Yoga on the rooftop. It’s not just any rooftop—it’s a rooftop surrounded… Read More→
To get the most out of our site, we suggest you take some time to explore before jumping into the practice. Browse our yoga 101 section for general info on the history and types of yoga, then start exploring asanas the physical postures used in hatha yoga. Remember to breathe and always start your yoga practice with a brief meditation. If you are new to yoga, please read our Yoga for Beginner's page
Surrender appears easy because people imagine that, once they say with their lips ‘I surrender’ and put their burdens on their Lord, they can be free and do what they like. But the fact is that you can have no likes or dislikes after your surrender; your will should become completely non-existent, the Lord’s will taking its place.