Here we go with some link-a-liciousness!!
These are my favorite yoga blogs. Thank you to all the great authors out there who keep me regularly inspired!
What blogs inspire you? Please share them here — I’d love to check ’em out.
Based in Rome, Italy, Nona Jordan writes about yoga and life. Posting isn’t very frequent, but everything up there is solid gold. (Update: Nona is moving everything over to a shiny new site!)
Written by a yoga therapist, the mind-body connection (and a great sense of humor) are present in every post.
Find Your Balance
Michelle is a health counselor and yogi who offers practical advice for anyone looking to find more balance in their lives.
Grounding Through the Sit Bones
Brenda P is a yoga teacher, event coordinator, mom and so much more! Her blog is great for alignment tips and asana experiments as well as insightful prose into every day life.
Former Editor-in-Chief of a major publication, Lindsey Lewis is now a full-time Kundalini yoga teacher. Her blog is a fun mix of yoga, media and interviews with other yogis.
Michael keeps a great (almost) daily log of his yoga exploits. It’s down to earth and fun to read.
As the tag line says, it’s really more for Super People. Sharing her unique voice, Taylor Wells, co-founder of Prana Power Yoga, posts daily quotes and longer personal posts including stories and interviews of Super People in the surrounding community.
Awesome and inspiring posts about teaching yoga. I’ve found some great sequences and transitions from Kira’s blog. This is a great resource for teachers.
A sporadic blast of news-related posts from Yoga Journal. Great for blog-fodder! [Now that I’ve given my secrets away…]
Yoga Rants & Raves
Yogis who are decidedly yogic about their yoga. This is a funny look yoga and the yoga community.
For the true Yoga Dork in all of us.
And for something a little different:
Namaste Book Club
An online community tacking one yoga text at a time, with lively and fascinating discussions. This is a great place to meet yogis from across disciplines, background and practices.
Currently reading: Holy Cow by Sarah McDonald
Next up: Moving Into Stillness by Erich Schiffman