Get updates and tips for Beginners There are no open questions. About From full length yoga classes to yoga pose instruction and tutorials follow expert teachers as they introduce you to beginners yoga on Grokker. Whether you are a complete and total beginner or have practiced yoga before you will find the right flow for […]

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Click here to verify your phone number There are no open questions. About Welcome to the home of expert-led yoga classes from around the world. Whether you’re looking for a simple stretch, a quiet mind, or a killer workout, simply share your intention and we’ll find the perfect practice for you. From Ashtanga to Vinyasa […]

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We have completed the eighth season of the health-educational project “Yoga in Parks with the Yoga Journal”, conducted jointly with Moscow City Park and the Department of Culture of Moscow. This year, although summer did not pamper us with sunny and warm weather as often as we would like, but during the season free classes […]

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In most yoga classes I’ve attended, the teacher throws out at least a few—if not a ton—of tongue-twisting Sanskrit syllables. When I was in yoga teacher training, I remember learning all these new concepts and words. It can be overwhelming, especially at first. I’m no Sanskrit scholar, but here are some basic translations of several […]

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March 26, 2017 by admin (Last Updated On: January 3, 2018) The Yoga at home revolution is upon us! Thanks to many great YouTubers such as Yoga With Adriene, you can know do great yoga sessions in the comfort of your own home. Pretty much all you need to start yoga at home is yourself, […]

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Hot yoga has become a popular exercise in recent years. It offers many of the same benefits as traditional yoga, such as stress reduction, improved strength, and flexibility. But, with the heat turned up, hot yoga has the ability to give your heart, lungs, and muscles an even greater, more intense workout. Are you interested […]

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If you practice yoga, then you most likely have experienced the “high” that yoga offers—that feeling like you are grounded in your body, calm, connected, clear, and centered. In this space, it might feel like a dark cloud that was following you around prior to class has suddenly disappeared. Or, that negative thought, emotion, or […]

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Image copyright AFP Millions of people around the world have rolled out their yoga mats to celebrate a tradition that was once the preserve of Hindu holy men but is now a worldwide phenomenon. Practitioners in more than 100 countries have planned events this week to celebrate the third International Yoga Day, which Indian Prime […]

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A couple of months ago I picked up yoga scholar Mark Singleton’s new book, Yoga Body: The Origins of Modern Posture Practice. The book details the modern history of asana with Singleton painstakingly chronicling how yoga’s physical postures are not actually drawn from antiquity but rather beginning at the dawn of the 20th century. Without going into […]

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