Top 20 Yoga & Wellness Blogs to Follow (2020)

Are you searching for inspiration yoga blogs follow in 2020? Navigating through the internet can be a tall order for many people. Also, even if you find a blog on the first page of Google, how do you determine if the information written there is accurate, updated, and valuable. Thankfully, you don’t have to search or identify quality blogs worth your click, because we have done the hard work for you. So you can relax. 

How did we come up with the recommended list? We considered blogs on factors such as the number of readers a blog attracts per month, how often blog is updated, choice of topics, the quality of research and writing, etc. We also considered blogs that provide their followers with rich content in the form of workshops, videos, yoga classes, free challenges, online store, guided meditation, and more. In a nutshell, we picked blogs that offer incredible value to the yoga community you belong in. Want to check out our list? Here are 20 of the best yoga blogs in no particular order. Enjoy!

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Thai Yoga Massage – The Ultimate Guide To (2020)

Are you feeling stressed, tense, or lacking energy? A Thai Yoga Massage may be the solution you need to regain your health condition and vitality. Often referred to as Thai yoga massage, the practice started in Thailand over 2500 years ago and is regarded as part of Traditional Thai Medicine. It appears to borrow heavily from Indian, Chinese, and Buddist traditional practices.

This type of massage involves the use of stretching techniques and the gentle application of pressure to relax and heal the whole body. It embodies aspects of acupressure, energy work, and yoga traditions. Aside from relieving stress, pressure, and revitalizing the body with energy, this type of massage is known to be effective in treating physical injuries and is particularly popular with athletes worldwide.

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Top 11 Tips on Dealing with Loneliness

We all experience loneliness at some point in our lives — maybe you just moved to a new neighbourhood, you’re under quarantine, or you’re breaking up with your lover. People of all ages can get lonely, not just the elderly. In fact, according to the Signa loneliness’ survey, people between 18 and 22 are lonelier than any other population. This is the generation that spends most of their time on the phone, and you’d think they are satiated and never alone. 

Tchiki Davis – the author of Outsmart Your Smartphone: Conscious Tech Habits for Finding Happiness, Balance, and Connection IRL, found that the more you spend time online, the more you feel disconnected. It’s, therefore, understandable why generation Z is the lonelier than any other group. Learn more

12 Reasons for A Digital Detox (MUST READ)

How many hours do you spend  away from the technological screen? You probably spend most of your time on screen,right?Technology is running the world today, and it’s hard to stay away from a smartphone or computer. These devices have become part of us that we feel naked when we’re not around them.

As much as there are a lot of  benefits that come with interacting with technology, getting engaged overly with the digital world is toxic. It’s not good for the brain, and you need a break. Or in other words you need  digital detox. Learn more

Best Yoga for Anxiety and Depression (NO MORE STRESS)

Why Yoga is Increasing Becoming the Favorite Remedy for Depression and Anxiety Disorders? If your feeling stressed make sure you read on. 

Anxiety affects millions of people worldwide. In the US, over 40 million adults suffer from anxiety disorders; this translates to roughly 18 percent of Americans aged 18 and above.

 Not to mention, even people who haven’t been diagnosed with anxiety medically suffer from occasional stress, anxiety, and tension. On the other hand, depression affects over 260 million people globally. It’s the leading cause of suicides each year. 

It’s normal for a person suffering from an anxiety disorder to be depressed and vice versa. Nearly 50 percent of the people diagnosed with depression also suffer from anxiety disorders.

While there are plenty of remedies for treating depression and anxiety symptoms, very few are as effective as yoga. Learn more

Yoga Teachers Salaries Explained

How much do yoga instructors make in 2020? In short, it depends on how many hours you work, your experience, and your location will also dictate your hourly salary as a teacher. Per hour typical rates can vary between $7.25 and $69.25 an hour, although the average at least in the west is closer to $25 dollars per hour and up. We give you the low down on not only yoga salaries but some general tips on how to excel and where to learn YTT, so let’s get started!

Yoga instructors are some of today’s most sought-after professionals as they help students de-stress, stay strong, flexible, and balanced.

Yoga is a fast-growing industry, and teaching yoga is one noble calling. In 2016, there were over 36 million yoga instructors in America, and over a third of Americans intended to take up yoga within a year.

These days, yoga is offered almost everywhere. The ancient practice is carried out in our schools, offices, and even healthcare facilities. It’s used to help war veterans, cancer patients, and underprivileged kids find relief.

So what of yoga practitioners who’ve helped support the growth of this billion-dollar industry? How much can they make per year?

While most yoga instructors aren’t only after making money, the real world, they live in demands that they earn a real-word living.

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Yoga Teacher TIPS and Training: (13 Tips to Consider)

Are you interested in becoming a yoga instructor? We explore how to prepare for yoga teacher training with a list of tips to get you started on the right foot on your potential new career. 

Becoming a yoga teacher is one of the most in-demand skills you can have right now. With yoga becoming increasingly popular around the world, more and more people are interested in becoming yoga teachers or trainers.

According to a study done in 2018, over 300 million people actively practise yoga around the world. In the United State alone, it’s estimated that 36 million people practised yoga in 2018, the figures are expected to increase in 2019 and beyond.

So what do these figures mean? What these numbers reveal is that there’s an overwhelming demand for Yoga services and products globally. More and more people are using yoga for exercise and meditation. Naturally, these numbers also hint that’s there a huge demand for yoga training.  Learn more

Travel to Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast has Never been Easier!

Many people would be surprised to discover that Costa Rica’s South Caribbean coast is very different from the Pacific side. From the beaches and vegetation to the overall culture, you will find a totally different travel experience with just a 30 minute flight from one coast to the other. Avoid the commercial and overcrowded tourist traps of the Pacific coast and experience authentic Pura Vida lifestyle in a breathtaking setting off the beaten path. Learn more

Costa Rica’s Blue Morpho Butterfly

Considered one of the most beautiful and impressive butterflies in the world, the Blue Morpho is also the biggest butterfly in Costa Rica. Found throughout Costa and on both coasts, it is most often spotted along habitat edges of forests, fields, rivers, or near the ocean, and if you’re lucky enough around our retreat premises. It is a favorite sight for many of our guests as they hike along the many trails within Samasati’s rainforest sanctuary. They are easily spotted by their large and beautiful bright blue wings that reflect light as they rise and dip lazily along the forest edges.  Learn more