You have to be dedicated, courageous and a bit exhibitionist to want to lay out your yoga practice in a blog. Writing about a physical and spiritual practice is a tall order because it takes time and openness about one’s personal life. You have to give the most accurate description of the practice. It’s time-consuming and can sometimes get to be chore.
But there are thousands of yoga blogs out there and it’s impossible for one guy to keep track of them. I am registering only a handful of blogs that I enjoy and read often.
- Ashtanga Yoga Mother Earth – Claudia practice her yoga all over the world — Thailand, Argentina, New York, India,
- Alan Little is no longer updating his blog, but see his Ashtanga vinyasa yoga links and his photo of Pattabhi Jois, a real mean lookin’ dude.
- Diary of a yoga nobodhi: “For God to visit there must be nobody home” A journal of
- days in my lives: An Ashtanga practice journal by okrgr, “a middle aged hacker trying to absorb the many lessons of Ashtanga yoga”
- Accidental Yogist (She’s switched to Facebook and audio chat) – LA yoga,
- It’s all yoga, baby
- Leaping Lanka – Ashtanga yogi
- Playin’ the Edge
- The Joy of Yoga – yoga sequences for the home and studio practice
- Yogic Muse
- Yoga and a Latte
- Daily Cup of Yoga
- My Itchy Third Eye – YogaDawg finds the time to be inventive and funny. Now on Facebook
Most forums will require prior registration to have full access. There are new kinds of online interactions, like the Tribe link below.