Chair yoga teacher and YU member Stacie Dooreck knows there’s no “wrong” way to have an asana practice, as long as it’s safe for your body.
J Miles is a yoga teacher, social justice activist, and helping to change what our community means by community investment.
Why join Yoga Unify? What can we do for you? We’re building the first-of-its-kind organization, and you can help. Read on for more.
Yogis are often depicted as above the fray of disagreement, but having tough conversations is crucial to steward evolution of the practice.
With even more downtime at home than usual, it’s a great season for catching up on those yoga books you’ve been putting off reading.
Governing Council for Consequential Ethics councilor Oneika Mays discusses how Yoga Unify is creating a new paradigm for ethical yoga.
Sometimes going back to basics is what it takes to ensure a supported and safe practice—for teachers and students alike.
As the world has evolved—as practice has evolved—is there a place for relationships such as those enjoyed by ancient sages?