Staying inspired is part of my job and believe me, it is hard work!
I spend a lot of time searching for content that gives sense and depth to yoga classes that could easily turn into routine or become superficial. Of course I have a daily yoga practice that helps me teach from my current experience, but I often need more insight, and though I attend at least one workshop per month, the web still offers some of the best ways to accessing good, informative and inspirational sites. Read up!
- Yogaglo– a platform with more than 2,000 yoga classes, organized per teacher, tradition, length and level. The instructors are great. Great value for a not-so-big monthly fee!
- Yogaeasy and Yogamehome have a similar concept with classes in German.
- Meditation partner Insight Timer helps you keep track of your sitting practice, make you feel part of a larger community and offers set meditations for free.
- Yoga International provides articles, classes and courses on a diverse range of subjects (asana, philosophy, nutrition & meditation), much of it is for free.
- Yogauonline specializes in Yoga Therapy with some of the biggest names in the field. They also have a lot of free material available.
- Yoga Healer, Cate Stillman, is an inspiring woman who puts out systematized and accessible information about Ayurveda, nutrition and lifestyle.
- Oh she glows and The Green Kitchen Stories are beautiful Blogs with tons of recipies that are both healthy and delicious.
This keeps me on track. What inspires you?