September 1, 2011 § Leave a comment
My favorite recent yoga resources
I don’t know where the summer went, but here is September! And September is Yoga Month! To celebrate and motivate (myself and others, if you are so inclined), and to honor work/life balance for information professionals (and everyone!), I am sharing some more of my recent favorite resources.
If you have never done yoga before, I highly recommend that you attend an in-person class in your neighborhood when you get started. Nothing really beats a live class. But to keep up a solid practice, doing it at home is really important, too. I have found over the years that the growing resources online have really helped me establish a solid home yoga practice. Yoga resources on the Interwebz are growing in leaps and bounds, I am happy to report, so here are some really great ones:
- YogaGlo – http://www.yogaglo.com/
Unlimited yoga videos for $18 a month
- Yogis Anonymous – http://yogisanonymous.com/
Free livestream classes, and unlimited yoga videos for $15 a month. They also have four classes available for free any time. These don’t change frequently, but they are great classes and are worth repeating! I recommend Charlie Samos’ classes.
- MyYoga Online – http://www.myyogaonline.com/
A nice variety of levels, styles, and class lengths here. Many videos available for free, unlimited availability for $9.95 a month. There is an online community and some programs for yogis/yoginis to accomplish specific goals.
If you search for “yoga” in the iTunes Store, and look at the available podcasts, you will find numerous choices. And the selection grows every day.
- Yoga Visions with Teri Leigh – http://www.terileigh.com/podcasts2.htm
- Live, Love, Teach wit Philip Urso – http://www.liveloveteach.com/