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!
The title of Meghan Currie’s new video, Daydream, is extremely apt, as I can only dream of attempting such a challenging yoga practice! This five minute time-lapse includes a graceful flow of… Read More→
Dan Harris, ABC News correspondent, meditator and author, explains the science and neuroscience benefits of daily meditation in this short entertaining video. He specifically describes how meditation changes our brain’s… Read More→
Sun salutations seem to be a universal vinyasa sequence that unite nearly every style of yoga practitioner. Check out this fun, playful and mesmerizing video produced by Wanderlust Festival, filmed against a California blue… Read More→
In this short video talk, Ashtanga yogini extraordinaire Kino MacGregor shares her personal stories on overcoming limitations, obstacles and criticism through her yoga practice. Kino began practicing yoga at nineteen… Read More→
Siberian born power vinyasa teacher Masha G. has filmed a short, fun, inspiring, and challenging yoga sequence. Shot in Victoria, Australia, the sequence is set to a sweet Xavier Rudd song and… Read More→
In this wonderfully animated 3-minute RSA Short you will learn the difference between sympathy and empathy, as well as the four qualities of empathy: perspective taking, resisting judgement, recognizing emotion in… 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
These days, my practice is teaching me to embrace imperfection: to have compassion for all the ways things haven't turned out as I planned, in my body and in my life – for the ways things keep falling apart, and failing, and breaking down. It's less about fixing things, and more about learning to be present for exactly what is.