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We have news! Maybe you already heard. Perhaps you listened to YD founder Jennilyn Carson's episode on J. Brown's podcast? If you stuck it out until the end you might have caught the part about something brewing. (To be fair, there are a few things brewing—like a new YD offshoot website we're also super excited [...]


Did you know there was a Thich Nhat Hanh documentary? The international trailer was just released and we have it here. Shot over the course of three years, "Walk With Me" is the Thich Nhat Hanh story you haven't read in his vast collection of inspirational books. The film, directed by Max Pugh & Marc [...]

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Among longtime yoga professionals, there are some well-kept secrets. The reasons for these truths to remain unspoken are rooted in protecting both personal and professional interests. But, for many, the veneer has worn too thin and what once was an article of faith now feels like perpetuating myths. For those untangling the mess of confused emotions and experiences, honesty is our only saving grace.


Middle school is a crazy time. There's more independence, more responsibility, more pressure and more expectation. In short, just more to BE and DO. On top of this, middle school-aged kids are dealing with their own changing bodies and hormones which can be confusing and frustrating and often times difficult to navigate. We know. It [...]


Old McYogi had a farm...om-ee-om-ee-ooom. There's yoga with cats, yoga with dogs, even yoga with bunnies and now there's yoga with goats! It's actually a bit sweeter than it sounds (though we imagine a little bit smelly). For Lainey Morse, owner of a No Regrets Farm in Oregon, pairing yoga and goats  makes perfect sense. [...]


There are all sorts of reasons cats are known for having the greatest sense of humor of all pets ever, especially when it comes to yoga. For Deb Keller, she just wanted to check out her urdhva dhanurasana practice so she decided to record it. Like all the wise yoga kiboshing kitties of YouTube history, [...]

Eartha Kitt, 1970s.

The history of yoga is a fascinating and oft revered topic. How many times do you hear about the "ancient" and sacred practice that's thousands of years old? And how this Eastern practice and philosophy made its way West to eventually evolve into what we've come to know as modern yoga? But what we know [...]

Afrocentering "care session"  with Aimee Meredith Cox. | Photo credit: New Museum, NY.

Yogactivism comes in waves. When there's a cause, there's sure to be a swell of yogis there to fight for it. But when it comes to the Black Lives Matter movement, the majority of the yoga community for whatever reason has gone from om to mum. Perhaps it's too political? Too controversial? While inclusivity and [...]

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How can you become ultra spiritual? There are so many rules! So many steps on this sacred path. Luckily JP Sears lays it all out for us so that we, too, can achieve our most ultra spiritual selves. In case you missed it, JP has been delivering his stellar tips on living the ultra spiritual [...]