Yoga Inspiration

Top 10 YouTube Yoga Inspiration Videos

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Yoga videos on Youtube. Whatever aspect of yoga you’re searching inspiration for, YouTube is a great resource to turn to. Its content is free and accessible from anywhere. From complete classes, to tips on how to perform a specific asana, to guided meditations, to insights into the yogic philosophy, or playlist to go along your home practice, YouTube’s content will enhance your yoga life.

Below are the top 10 inspiration videos you can access right away to bring your yoga life to a new level. Yoga videos on Youtube.

Never, Ever Give Up. Arthur’s Inspirational Transformation!

This 5 minute video tells the story of Arthur, a Gulf veteran who was told that he would never be able to walk on his own again. Arthur accepted this as a fact, until one yoga instructor, Diamond Dallas Page, believed in him and encouraged him to not give up. This gave Arthur the power to stand up every time he fell and to continue his yoga practice day after day. Not giving up allowed him to gain control of his body again and not only walk on his own, but also run and most importantly, share more of his life with his family. A true example of the incredible things you can accomplish when you believe in yourself.

Yoga by Equinox

A mat, a huge window with outstanding views of the city and an inspiring yogi. Briohny Smyth shares her beautiful home practice in this 3:30 minute video. Clear proof that there is “no limit to what the artfully honed yoga body can do”. Yoga videos on Youtube.

Amazing 96-year-old Yoga Master Tao Porchon-Lynch – Inspiration, Life &”Dancing Light”

Tao Porchon-Lynch is a Master Yoga teacher, 97 years There are several videos of her in YouTube and every single one of them is worth watching. The video highlighted here will inspire you deeply to believe in yourself. Be prepared to be touched by her light!

Mad love – Meghan Currie

Watch Meghan Currie practice on a sandy beach undisturbed by the tireless wind blowing and surfers passing by. Artistically moving through arm balances and backbends, she turns her practice into a perfect dance.

The Walk of Life

Yoga is a lifestyle and not only the physical aspect most people tend to get fixated upon. Working from the inside out instead of from the outside in, like our Western minds are made to believe we should, will bring what we all want: happiness (Ananda) so that we can find contentment (Santosha).

“To Enjoy The Process…”

We are so focused on getting things that when we do, we’re already looking into the next thing. This short video reminds us to enjoy the process of getting there.

Arm balances made easy

Mastering arm balances seems to be the most desired goal of yoga practitioners and yet one of the most challenging. Mike Taylor, co-founder of Strala with his wife Tara Stiles, invites you to move with ease and to explore around the pose rather than attacking the pose from a stressed position. Have fun! Yoga videos on Youtube.

AcroYoga at 11,000ft (Wanderlust)

This video was produced by Wanderlust Festival back in 2013. With the beautiful Colorado Rockies as background, Chelsey Korus and Matt Giordano flow through acro yoga poses as if floating on air. Yoga videos on Youtube.

Yoga Transforming Lives | URBAN YOGIS – Deepak Chopra

A little less than 4 minutes featuring stories of the power of yoga in transforming people’s lives. This video is part of the documentary “Urban yogis”.. It collects testimonies of cancer survivors, recovering addicts, celebrities like Russell Simmons, youth living in violent communities and more. Eddie Stern, renowned yoga teacher, hosts and guides these stories.

Why we breathe

This 50 minute documentary is the result of shooting across the US throughout 6 months with the sole purpose of understanding why do people do yoga. It goes into the motivations behind people’s yoga practice and how it has changed their lives. The documentary features inspirational testimonies from Kathryn Budig, Angela Tara Hsu, John and Chris Yax amongst many others.

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