Yoga Inspiration

Top Yoga Blogs 2015


There seem to be an endless amount of blogs on the yoga ‘blogesphere’. Get inspired with the selection below of the 15 most popular wellbeing, lifestyle and yoga blogs 2015. Happy browsing!


Elephant Journal – a guide that helps lead ‘the mindful life’. Elephant Journal operates under the mission of bringing together those working (and playing) to create enlightened society by publishing posts on yoga, spirituality and conscious consumerism amongst other themes. Amongst its collaborators are renowned yogis like Rachel Brathen and Kino MacGregor.


YogaJournal – the online version of the magazine has a blog section where posts about all things yoga. Its thorough description of terms and poses makes it a good place for beginners and regular practitioners alike.


DoYouYoga – a global community featuring articles and videos on healthy living and yoga. It is also a social network that allows yogis around the world to connect and inspire.


I.AM.YOU – Lauren Impato leads this site that aims to help us find within ourselves the answers we seek by featuring a mixture of ancient yogic traditions and modern life experiences.


Yoganonymous – with over 3,000 articles dedicated to yoga, it is one of the largest yoga blogs out there. It also contains a Yoga Directory with teachers, studios and events. Its Facebook community is very popular.


YogaDork – a place where yogis to be ‘dorky’ about their practice by sharing everything around the yogic lifestyle.


TheYogaBlog – founded by Matt Carron to ‘show life through the yoga lens’, The Yoga Blog was relaunched very recently (June 2015). It provides a platform for yogis around the world to share their experiences and perspectives.


Curvy Yoga – Anna Guest-Jelley founded Curvy Yoga as a portal for those seeking a body positive yoga practice. She is a writer, educator & lifelong champion for women’s empowerment & body acceptance and encourages people of every size, shape age, experience level & ability to embrace their bodies.


MindBodyGreen – under the categories ‘eat’, ‘love’, ‘move’, ‘live’ and ‘breath’ MindBodyGreen publishes posts on healthy living, both physically and psychologically. Yoga and yoga practices feature in the vast majority of their articles.


Rachel Brathen’s blog – the renowned yogi’s blog where she shares every few days posts on life. Readers get a glimpse into her day to day and get to know her a little more with every publication as she opens her heart to reveal the human behind the celebrity.


Ekhart Yoga – a big selection of yoga classes for everyone as the content is based on different practice levels, different styles and their classes are offered by diverse teachers. 


Yogi Approved – a community for yogis to discover, share and enjoy all things yoga. Posts range different topics, from yoga and fitness, to health, love and style.. They provide tips and tricks to get the most out of life, on and off the mat.


Deliciously Ella – the go-to blog for delicious plant based eating. Ella shares recipes on fresh and beautiful gluten, dairy and meat free dishes. She is very active in social media and offers insights into her life and her yoga practice.


We need to live more – is the result of Ella Grace Denton’s to take her already successful Youtube Channel to a new level. With 60,000 subscribers to her channel, this 20 years old Londoner decided to shift her focus to create an inspiring place online, where she shares healthy recipes, personal projects and feelings.


F#ck Yeah Yoga!  a Tumblr yoga community where yogis share their poses, quotes and videos under the #fuckyeahyoga tag.


Yoga Time – inspiring all yogis worldwide through posts on poses, meditation and basics of this ancient practice.

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  • Thank you for the inclusion YogaTime. Much love!

  • Shadesofyoga

    Awesome blog. I love to read all your work. This i would have say is your best work hands down. I look forward to your work.

  • Devakar Sandhu

    Today I found one more yoga blog which is also very really good. Please have h look here

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