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100 Best Yoga and Meditation Blogs – We made the cut!

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tpir-winnerYippee! YD made it on the list of Top 100 Yoga Blogs! Thanks to nursing site LVN to RN who created the list. It’s a good one. As with any accolades, like the mention in Yoga Journal, ahem, we are honored and grateful to be amongst such prestigious company. Shout outs to Roseanne (at It’s All Yoga, Baby), Yoga Rants and Raves, Everything Yoga, The Accidental Yogist, Yoga Journal’s Buzz Blog who also made the list.

We think they may have missed a few (where’s YogaDawg? and Ms. Linda and her Yoga Journey? Drishti? Svasti ? ele? we could go on…) but we’re pleased as punch to have made the cut. So many great yogi blogs on the interwebs and we’re super psyched to be a part of the conversation.

By the way, YD made it into the “Best Yoga and Meditation Blogs by a Professional” category, which if you know us, is quite the compliment if ever we’ve heard one (and also kinda sounds like we are somewhat uncategorizable. is that a word? who cares!)

“These professionals range from studio owners to masters of the practice. Read their blogs to learn more about yoga, meditation, and more.” Rock on. We’re particularly pleased with the ‘and more’ part.

See the full list here. Who did they miss?

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34 comments… add one

  • Yeah, where’s Ms. Linda? Sure wouldn’t want to get on her D List side…:)

    Congrats YogaDork

  • Kind of you, but my blog isn’t strictly a yoga blog as such… more occaisionally yoga themed! Ah, there will always be lists and more names than can fit of said lists.

    But hey, if you wanna use your new-found-ever-increasing-blog-fame for the good, how about interviewing Ms Linda re: her upcoming Yoga in Africa adventure? ;)

  • Yay, congrats!! Just don’t go getting all “professional” on us, YD! Thanks for the props, also. I love being part of this dynamic interweb community of yoga bloggers. And I agree, many worthy bloggers were overlooked (and watch out, student nurses – you don’t want to be on Linda’s bad side ;)

  • I’ll always be on the D List….like Kathy Griffin….two Chicago homegirls who get no respect….;)

  • we’ve just launched meditation and yoga content (and still have a way to go) but would hope that’d we make a list like this in the future.

  • Congratulations, YogaDork! I feel like the kid sibling, dreaming of one day joining my awesome big brothers and sisters in the major league. (This means you, too, YogaDawg, Linda, roseanne, Svasti, and others whom I’m recently met.)

    Thanks also for the links and list, although they’re creating more homework for me and my month-long foray into the blogosphere.

    Best,
    Y0ga Spy
    http://www.yogaspy.wordpress.com

  • “And you’re a top ten yoga tweeter, gosh darnit!”

    and I’m the Rodney Dangerfield of yoga bloggers….;)

  • Congratulations. Well deserved!

    Bob Weisenberg

  • They missed the newly launched YogaVibes.com – I guess the Twitter feed of yoga-related quotes is more active than our blog, but I could consider the new videos posted all of the time as good as any text-based blog :) .

  • Among all Yoga blog few are good those having valuable information but few are useless that have the repeated info.

  • The list nice list of 100 posting of meditation and yoga and we are very thankful to you for such a nice postings.

  • Most of blogs having same posting but includes the several necessary posting and all keeping the informative information and important too.

  • yes, I am agree with you your all blogs are very informative and vital if any one really want to take advantages from these one…

  • All 100 blogs are very good but now they need to become popular over the internet! so don’t be delay just start to promoting them..Nice post

  • Very fantastic blogs listing, good one..

  • Congratulations YogaDork I enjoy following your tweets too. Planet Yoga http://planetyoga.com is just growing their blog posts…but the ones that appear there I think you will think are good quality and growing. Someday I think Planet Yoga will be up there with you big guys.

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  • It is fantastic list and very good to user those are really serious to learn something about yoga, it is a gift for the users..Wonderful list..

  • The above providing listing is very good and informative too, I think these list should be used by all yoga performers for the good results.

  • I am new meditate. The site nice site of spiritualeyes. It is actually the practice to relief your mind by pushing out all the thoughts and thinking and focusing completely on a point, whatever it can be. But it’s just the concept yet.

  • The listing you are providing here are very valuable and all blogs are seems very good and having lots of important information as real yoga performers are required. thanks for sharing with us.

  • I am new to meditation. I have been practicing Japa meditation for about a month now. I began meditating as a way to relax me before I go to sleep. I have insomnia. I really began to enjoy the experience and so I do 20 minutes in the morning and 20 minutes at night. Today I had a very unusual experience. About 15 minutes into the meditation I began to experience something through my body. The only way I can explain it is that my body was “vibrating” from the inside out. It was not a shaking or a shivering as when you are very cold. It was a physical sensation that I have not experienced in my life. I am 57 years old. I was not imagining it. It was a real physical sensation. It was as if my whole body was vibrating. I opened my eyes but I could not see my body moving. It began to concern me and it eventually stopped. Is this normal? Should I be concerned? Has anyone else had this experience? Can anyone tell me what this might be?

  • Great list! How wonderful to see so much activity and interest in meditation. If only we could convince the world at large to reap the benefits of meditation, what a different place the world would be!

  • Hi
    i have read your blog it is reaally informative and you have shared much information about meditation.Thanks for sharing this informative guidline related meditation.

  • Wonderful list of yoga blogs, thanks being a part for users.

  • Bob

    Wonderful yoga and meditation blog list, all are very very wonderful and informative blogs list, thanks for sharing with us

  • Thanks for this resource. Very great resource to save someone a lot of searching! btw, we do a rather unconventional style of guided meditation to help people relieve pain due to holding onto harmful emotions, especially grief. We’re not a business and not selling anything. Blessings!

    For the latest exercise meant to supercharge the three bodies (mind/body and soul) with a toxic cleanse, please see:

    http://www.breathofsadness.blogspot.com/2012/02/four-element-five-element-rebirth.html

  • Yes, it is good to know that these sites exist in the web. Thank you for all the resources. Great list of Yoga blogs. Do know of any good yoga blogs in South Korea? I have been looking but so hard to find.

    I have just started my site, soon it will have a wack of meditations, it does not fall into yoga but the teachings are certainly amazing i hope i can end up here ^^.

  • The best place for practice YOGA is in peruvian amazon. There is a special place call KAPIEVI. KAPIEVI is a little family ecovillage with a special area on the top of the tree for practice YOGA with the jungle energy. http://www.tambopataecotours.com/stays-kapievi.html

  • …. I wish *we* were on the list of 100 best yoga and meditation blogs… Then again, since our website is in dutch, I guess the audience is a bit smaller ;) Anyway, congratulations!

  • Rakesh

    Meditation is equally important with yoga.. check this out http://www.21articles.com/index.php/homeScreen/News/981/How-to-Meditate-11-Important-Tips

  • Hi,
    congrats yogadork and its great to know the message..this would be a great information for yoga learners and practitioners..
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