In this link roundup we’ve included updates on YogaDork’s State of the Yoga Union, a video with a five second clip of why mindfulness is useful at work, and coloring. We’ve also included some more controversial topics like inclusive diversity and the 100 most influential yoga teachers in America.
How the Most Successful People Avoid Burnout – Is it by staying balanced, eating healthy, practicing yoga? In this article and video the co-founder and president of Wisdom Labs, Rich Fernandez, discusses how bringing mindfulness programs to work actually work.
Inclusive Diversity: Making Yoga More Accessible In 2016 –YogaDork has been posting updates on its State of the Yoga Union, a compilation of reflections, predictions, and perspectives from leaders and thinkers in the yoga world. This articles discusses how certain events in 2015 helped bring to our attention the lack of diversity in yoga classes and how we can grow from here.
100 Most Influential Yoga Teachers in America – The Associate Editor of Sonima, the blog component of the Sonima Foundation, wrote an article about, you guessed it, influential yoga teachers.
The Problem With Making Top Yoga Teacher Lists And Building False Pedestals – And sure enough, we have some responses to add some balance into the mix.
The Zen of Coloring: 7 Lessons on Living a Happy, Mindful Life – The mindfulness coloring craze is full force with ‘mindful’ coloring books dotting book shelves at grocery stores, book shops and more. We’ve heard that mindful coloring is good for reducing stress levels and being more present. The author of this article explains what else she discovered when she started coloring.
Wanderlust Announces Epic Summer 2016 Lineup – If taking multiple yoga classes, listening to mindful talks, and eating sustainable food for a weekend sounds like something you’d love, check out a yoga festival this year. Wanderlust will be held in West Virginia, Vermont, Colorado, and more.
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