Just before our eyes, another year has come and gone!
It’s hard to believe that 2018 is already here!
While I’m excited for another year, what I’m most excited for are those “end of the year” lists. You know, the greatest songs of 2018, the greatest television shows. It’s awesome to look back on the best things you forgot from the last year. And what better way to do that than to make my own “greatest” list?
However, I’m not a musician and I don’t watch too much television. But what I do know is blogging and what I love is yoga. In essence, I’ve created my top ten yoga blogs of 2018.
Do not put these blogs away with the New Year! These bloggers continue to surprise, produce and keep me as flexible as physically possible.
Fellow yogi? Do you even yoga? You will probably recognize some of these blogs as your own favorite! And even better, you’ll find fellow yoga blogs that are equally as awesome.
The Best Yoga Blogs For Finding Your Own Personal Mindfulness In 2017
If you’re like me, you’ll love Allie’s quick videos to get your daily stretches in!
The name says it all. Who doesn’t need their daily cup of yoga?
Stay up to date with yoga news and happenings from the very motivational Yoga Basics
Yoga with a twist of human rights.This blog is a great resource for learning more about Marianne’s travels and her uplifting story of resilience.
Interested in health, relationships, failure, excitement, or passion? Here’s the blog for you.
Do you have a little one you’d like to introduce to yoga?
Do you have a parent or grandparent (or in-law) who could use some Zen in their life.
I check this blog too much to be healthy – it’s too engaging!
She labels herself as a hoppy-ale loving, stay at home, yoga machine. I know some of you can relate to this one!
Wrapping Things Up
Ok, now over to you!
What Yoga Blogs do you think we should be following or are great resources for learning how to perfect your downward dog? As your Vegan Boyfriend, I’ll be the first to tell you that yoga can be great for your heart and body. It’s a great way to destress and rejuvenate after a crazy day.
In fact, if I was to point to one thing beyond Meatless Mondays for keeping me in shape – It would be yoga. I don’t practice daily but getting more than 3 or 4 days of yoga in a week is key to both my sanity and health.
And it’s important that every time you work out you refuel your body and repair your muscles. One way to do this is by ensuring you’re getting your protein. Check out our FREE Plant-Based Guide For Gainz for all the plant-protein you’ll need post practice: