Finding the right yoga blogs to follow can be a daunting task. A quick check on my trusty search engine reveals that there are almost 13 million results for ‘yoga blog’. That’s a lot of blogs!
A practise that was once mysterious and (in the western world) confined to the hippy fringe, has broken its chains and burst into the spotlight. And it seems like the world and its dog has a yoga blog. I’m not kidding, there’s a form of yoga called Doga, which lets you involve your furry friend and cat yoga is a thing too. You just know that the dogs are thinking, “Wow, is this the funniest thing I ever did do,” and the cats are thinking “You’re doing it all wrong,”!
So how do you find the blogs that are right for you? Easy, you keep reading this page. I’ve put my Google hat on and trekked through the yoga web to bring you the Best Yoga Blogs Of the year. And in no particular order I present them for your perusal.
- 1 DoYouYoga
- 2 Yoga By Candace
- 3 The Yoga Blog
- 4 Mantra Yoga And Health
- 5 One With Life
- 6 Yoganonymous
- 7 Yoga Mint
- 8 Elephant Journal
- 9 Mind Body Green
- 10 Yoga Journal
- 11 Spoiled Yogi
- 12 Daily Downward Dog
- 13 Yoga.com
- 14 Whole Life Yoga
- 15 YogaDork
- 16 Starr Struck
- 17 Yoga Modern
- 18 Yoga Basics
- 19 Yogi Approved
- 20 Yoga Minded
- 21 It’s All Yoga, Baby
- 22 The Journey Junkie
- 23 Yogi Times
- 24 Tara Stiles
- 25 Rachel Yoga
- 26 J Brown Yoga
- 27 Bram Levinson
- 28 Body Divine Yoga
- 29 Ashley Josephine
- 30 Yoga for Healthy Aging
- 31 Fuck Yeah Yoga
- 32 Sadie Nardini
- 33 Alive In The Fire
With thousands of articles and videos devoted to yoga and healthy living, and a huge social network, DoYouYoga is rightly considered the largest yoga community online. DoYouYoga features yoga practise, insights and meditations from some of the most forward thinking and inspiring people in the world of yoga and healthy living. Along with their free blog and free program of the week DoYouYoga gives you the option to dive deeper with their premium plan. Join the community and connect with a truly global yoga family.
Yoga By Candace
Perfect for the modern yogi, this yoga blog is full of sequences, videos and yoga tips to help you perfect your asanas. Beautifully presented and written in a way that easy to identify with, you’re sure to find the inspiration you’re looking for and the motivation that you need to get your rear in gear. With her amazing recipe guides Candace feeds your body as well as your mind. Follow Candace on YouTube to make sure you don’t miss her weekly yoga videos. And don’t miss her “Confessions of a Yoga Teacher” pieces which give you a peek into the yoga teaching world.
The Yoga Blog
The Yoga Blog is definitely one to add to your must read list. Owner and editor Hung Tran is on a mission to inspire, and provides this fantastic platform for yogis from all walks of life to share their journeys. With the aim of inspiring community they have a huge range of topics sure to draw you into the conversation.
Tran’s vision is to share every aspect of life – “the good, not so great, and everything in between,” and “eliminate shame, guilt, and the fear of being vulnerable so we don’t have to feel so alone.” The Yoga Blog shares the playful and sometimes painful ways “Yogis dance, create, heal, love, and live their truth.”
Plus, they donate 50% of all advertising revenue to charity, proudly walking their talk.
Mantra Yoga And Health
Mantra is a resource for yoga, mindfulness, health, organic beauty, conscious living, and adventure. And a channel for transformation, vision, connection and creation. Mantra provides a platform connecting a community of people from around the world who want to live meaningful, transformative lives. Mantra yoga brings you thought provoking feature articles from top thought leaders, on the environment, world issues and powerful humanitarian causes.
One With Life
Covering everything you need for a well rounded yogic lifestyle. Stephanie writes about chakras, yoga travel, inspiration yogis, meditation, wisdom, music, creativity and of course those all important poses!
This online yoga community has everything the committed yogi needs. Tips for perfecting your yoga poses, how to live an authentic yoga lifestyle, health and wellness advice, and even throws a little metaphysical and astrological goodness into the mix. You’ll also find a yoga directory, listing events, studios and teachers to help you find local resources to support and enhance your practise.
Hari Bhajan is an author and the founder of Yogamint. Hari studied with Kundalini Yoga Master, Yogi Bhajan, for over 30 years in Los Angeles. On Yogamint Hari shares tips and musings on ‘living the Kundalini yoga life with grace and grit’. Along with regular updates, Yogamint offers a twice-monthly ‘musings’ newsletter to keep you up to date with all things Kundalini.
Elephant journal is a yoga powerhouse and one of the longest standing resources for yoga online. Millions of readers return day after day, for its compelling content on yoga, mindfulness, family, love, health and well-being, sustainability, spirituality, politics, grassroots responsibility and many other topics of interest to the modern yogi. With content created by its readers, Elephant Journal is approachable and relatable. So if you’re interested in living a life that positively impacts the people around you and cares for our planet, then take a trip to see the elephant!
Mind Body Green
Well known as a source of valuable all round alternative living and health and wellness advice, MindBodyGreen also covers yoga, and provides an avalanche of easy to digest advice on everything from your physical yoga practise to your spiritual development.
Yoga Journal has been a mainstay in the yoga community for over 40 years. Founded in 1975 by members of the California Yoga Teachers Association, Yoga Journal caters to all levels of yogi – from absolute beginners to enlightened masters and aims to help you to live a healthier, happier more fulfilling life on and off the matt.
It’s a trusted resource for top quality yoga information, offering practical advice on yoga poses and products, meditation and philosophy and living a healthy mindful life, as well as featuring guest articles from prominent yogis. Yoga Journal lets you search for poses by therapeutic action which is super helpful, and has a handy, easy to search directory to help you find, classes, teachers and events local to your area.
Spoiled Yogi is the child of pre and post-natal yoga instructor Erica Rodefer Winters. Erica focuses on helping new mothers and moms-to-be live better, more balanced lives through yoga, meditation, self-care, humor and a strong community of like-minded mammas. Her advice is down to earth and to-the-point and Spoiled Yogi is one yoga blog every pregnant yogi or new mom should have on their list.
Daily Downward Dog
Daily Downward Dog aims to take you from stressed out to blissed out. Maria’s goal is to share the benefits of yoga with people of all ages, but she puts a special focus on women in their perimenopausal and menopausal years, and on people with back pain aiming to bring relief to the back pain sufferers of the world. Through her posts on Daily Downward Blog, Maric demystifies yoga for the uninitiated, mashes it up with great music, celebrates spiritual healing and helps you to do it all on a budget.
YOGA.com is a worldwide yoga community and source of information on yoga, health, well-being, nutrition and the holistic lifestyle. The advice you’ll find on the site is given by yoga instructors, nutritionists, coaches, psychologists, and other practicing experts. Yoga.com features articles and videos from yoga professionals and enthusiasts from all over the world, to enrich your yoga practise. Find step by step practical guidelines for your asanas as well as customized pose tutorials to suit your level and personal goals.
Whole Life Yoga
Whole Life Yoga is the creation of Tracey Weber, a yoga instructor, author and the owner of the Whole Life Yoga Studio in Seattle. This warm hearted and community focused blog, discusses yoga philosophy and practises, and how you can use yoga to impact the lives of those around you. She also features posts from other authors and yoga instructors who drop by to share their insights.
The New York Times described Yogadork as “a kind of Gawker.com for yogis, the blog tiptoes the line where yoga intersects with pop culture,”
Yogadork says they “are YogaDorks to the max, offering commentary on the latest yoga news with wit and wisdom. We have a sense of humor”
It’s a light hearted yoga site, perfect if you’re a yoga geek who needs a quick hit of yoga news, inspiration and humor when you’ve got a few minutes to kill.
Mary Catherine Starr is a yoga teacher, artist and designer, and her blog updates feature yoga and the yogic lifestyle, mindfulness, art, recipes and music, along with plenty of the other little things that make life so nice. Mary is an active Vinyasa practitioner and is certified in Advanced Teacher Training and as a Prenatal teacher, so you know that in you’re in good hands with her advice! For a gratitude reminder, check out her “Simple Joys of the Week” series.
“Ancient Wisdom, Modern Perspective” is the tagline for Yoga Modern.
Yoga Modern is an interactive yoga community of yoga teachers, students and notables from various backgrounds who write about the universal aspects of our shared existence. Their introspective writing explores global change and challenging questions through the lens of yoga and discovers how yogic ideals apply to the modern world.
Yoga Modern digs deep to bring you engaging, inquiry-based content on asana, culture, philosophy, science, global affairs, health, and the arts.
Yoga Basics will keep you up to date on the latest yoga trends, health, yoga fashion, controversy, yoga news and more. It’s a fantastic online resource that offers yoga poses, sequences and inspired content to deepen your yoga practise. Yoga Basics aims to make the world a better place through sharing positive stories and content with the yoga community. With plenty of advice for weaving yogic principles into daily life, Yoga Basics is full of comprehensive and accessible information on the practical and the compassionate sides of yoga.
With free weekly yoga classes, articles, product reviews, recipes, tutorials and personal stories, Yogi Approved covers everything you need to live a healthy and happy yogic lifestyle. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or new to the yoga world you’ll find empowerment through knowledge about yoga and healthy living, inspiration through positivity, and entertainment from easy to follow videos and free yoga classes.
Yoga minded is the yoga blog for you, if you teach or want to teach yoga to teens, or inspire your own youngsters to start practising. Yoga Minded is full of information to help you make a positive impact on the young people in your community.
It’s All Yoga, Baby
The sites tagline gives you a good idea of what’s waiting for you at Roseanne Harvey’s informed blog. “Provoking thought & shining a critical light on yoga culture ~ while celebrating community, service, creativity, the independent spirit and good ol’ fun,”
It’s All Yoga, Baby, discusses all things yoga, and the relationship between yoga and popular culture with humor and intelligence.
The Journey Junkie
Allie Flavio provides fantastic yoga tutorials, videos, yoga practise, teacher talk, meditation tips, inspirations and reflections. You can take her free, 5 Day Beginner and 30 Pose, Journey’s, study and practise along with her excellent videos, take a craft lesson and learn how to make your own dreamcatcher, or indulge yourself with Allie’s delicious recipes. And her travel posts and the beautiful locations featured will fuel your wanderlust while providing plenty of practical travel tips.
“The lifestyle guide for the modern yogi.”
Yogi Times provides yoga news and inspiring content to support your mindful and healthy lifestyle. This is a great site where you can learn about yoga, take yoga classes online and follow what’s trending in the yoga world or your local yoga community. You’ll find yoga videos, articles about art, food and travel, interviews and more to give you a broad insight into the yoga world.
From the author of the best selling Yoga Cures, this down-to-earth blog from the founder of Strala Yoga is your delightful guide to feeling great. Featuring healthy recipes, yoga tips, and clever little life hacks Tara’s blog makes an enjoyable read for yoga practitioners and teachers alike.
If you’re looking for comprehensive yoga sequences and heartfelt insights into life, then head over to Rachel Yoga. Rachel Scott delivers a blog that’s noted for its openness, humor and lively style as she explores life through yoga.
J Brown Yoga
J Brown is an acclaimed yoga teacher and founder of the Abhyasa Yoga Center in Brooklyn. His blog focuses on a more traditional, introspective, and breath-focused style of yoga. His honest and inspired writing has been widely featured within the yoga community, with his articles appearing on many prominent sites. On J Brown Yoga you absolutely get quality over quantity, with his excellent videos, once a month posts and his Yoga Talk podcast. One to subscribe to for sure.
Bram Levinson is an internationally acclaimed author (The Examined Life, A Year In The Light: Daily Spiritual Life Hacks, Intentions & Reminders), yoga and meditation teacher, blogger and mentor. His powerful writing will inspire you to be grateful for what you have, and to find the strength to change your life and the lives of those around you for the better.
Body Divine Yoga
Body Divine Yoga is a yoga blog with a feminist slant – their Divine Feminine articles are a must read. Body Divine Yoga provides intelligent discussion which compares modern yoga to its traditional and spiritual roots, as well as critiques on issues of yoga politics like the “yoga body”. This blog is one to really sink your teeth into.
If you’re looking to free yourself from the pressures of daily life, Ashley’s ‘Wellness Wednesday’ newsletters from her blog promise to get you there. She says it’s her mission to help busy Type-A overachiever women “gain back control of their lives, live pain-free, and love the life they want to live through yoga lifestyle”. Ashley provides lots of free videos detailing practise that you can follow in your own home in 15 minutes or less.
Yoga for Healthy Aging
For this regularly updated blog, the clue to its focus is in its name. Bringing you plenty of information about the beneficial effects of yoga on the body and mind, Yoga for Healthy Aging provides the information that you need to maintain your health for years to come and prevent and relieve the stresses and pains that accompany aging.
Fuck Yeah Yoga
Through their tumblr blog, Fuck Yeah Yoga offers daily yoga inspiration. With quick posts, daring yoga poses, helpful videos and inspirational quotes to keep you motivated.
Sadie Nardini is a health, wellness and anatomy expert and founder of Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga. She also hosts Rock Your Yoga, a daily yoga and lifestyle national television show on the Veria Living Network. Her blog features tips and training, workouts, recipes, resources and inspirations for your yoga lifestyle. She says that “whatever works to shift you from suffering, to passion and fit, fantastic freedom, she finds it, and helps you apply in your busy life”.
Alive In The Fire
Alive in the Fire is a yoga blog inspired by careful asana practise and living wholeheartedly, giving hugs, and letting go. Rachel is a yoga teacher, student and Reiki practitioner who believes in wellness, freedom and laughter and encourages her students to find as much balance in yoga poses as in life.