My Vinyasa Practice Online Yoga School Blog

Welcome to My Vinyasa Practice online yoga school blog. My Vinyasa Practice is both a studio in Austin, TX and the leading online yoga school internationally. Here you’ll find tons of resources to help you deepen your practice whether you’re a new yogi or an established yoga teacher. Our online yoga school provides teachers all over the world with the resources they need to up-level their teaching and increase their earning potential all from the comfort of their own home. We’ve been offering online yoga teacher training for almost a decade, and we continue to offer new content in the form of certifications, online yoga courses, and free yoga teacher training.

My Vinyasa Practice online yoga school blog content includes articles on Ayurveda, Yoga Asana, Props, Yoga Therapy, Chakras, Yoga Teacher Training, Online Yoga Teacher Training, Lineage in Yoga, Vinyasa Sequencing, and so much more. We encourage readers to interact with us by commenting and sharing blog articles. You might even want to try one of our free courses, like Yoga for Anxiety, and become part of our international community.

We diversify our blog content so that you get multiple perspectives about the practice and application of yoga. Our authors are experts in the field who share their passion for the practice through their unique lens. My Vinyasa Practice online yoga school blog also features guest authors from time to time, and we welcome collaboration. If you’re a yogi blogger who is interested in writing for us you can contact sarahhargis@myvinyasapractice.com for more information.

 

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Aparigraha and Cultivating Balance

As the cooler weather settles in, for most, so does the slower season. The sun begins to set much earlier, and the days feel shorter. When before you may have woken up with the sun, it is likely that you are now having your first sip of coffee while it’s still dark out. The change of seasons and...

Outdoor Yoga and Meditation

Though fall is approaching, we know that the warm weather isn’t over for us here in Texas until around the end of October. You can almost always count on Halloween to be the official marker of I-could-use-a-sweater-weather. This is good news for those looking to get a few extra days in at Barton...

Ayurvedic Nutrition

An Ayurvedic Nutrition Certification can be an excellent complement to your existing wellness certifications if you plan on helping clients with their nutritional needs. An Ayurvedic Nutrition Certification is similar to a traditional nutrition certification except that it includes important...

How To Become A Yoga Instructor Online

Becoming a yoga instructor used to be a distant fantasy for most people. The cost of training and the time it took to immerse yourself in yoga for 200 hours was insurmountable for many. Due to these hurdles, very few people could access quality training to fulfill their dream. Now that Yoga...

Body Love: It’s an Inside Job

by Sarah Maurer Self-Acceptance, Body-Love, & Experiences I have been on a decades-long journey to body-love and self-acceptance. While I do not know if I will ever reach the proverbial finish line, I continue to do the work to remind myself that I am whole. I feel it is important to say from...
Outdoor Yoga and Meditation

Outdoor Yoga and Meditation

Outdoor yoga is a popular offering you can find in most cities. Many times, outdoor yoga is offered for free in city parks. In Austin, there is even a group of yogis who hike together to a destination where they unroll their mats and move and breathe through a led asana practice together. If you are looking to connect to events such as these, you can use apps like MeetUp or Eventbrite to search for what is available in your community. At My Vinyasa Practice, we offer outdoor yoga classes weekly.

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Ayurvedic Nutrition

Ayurvedic Nutrition

An Ayurvedic Nutrition Certification can be an excellent complement to your existing wellness certifications if you plan on helping clients with their nutritional needs. An Ayurvedic Nutrition Certification is similar to a traditional nutrition certification except...

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How To Become A Yoga Instructor Online

How To Become A Yoga Instructor Online

Becoming a yoga instructor used to be a distant fantasy for most people. The cost of training and the time it took to immerse yourself in yoga for 200 hours was insurmountable for many. Due to these hurdles, very few people could access quality training to fulfill...

read more
Body Love: It’s an Inside Job

Body Love: It’s an Inside Job

by Sarah Maurer Self-Acceptance, Body-Love, & Experiences I have been on a decades-long journey to body-love and self-acceptance. While I do not know if I will ever reach the proverbial finish line, I continue to do the work to remind myself that I am whole. I...

read more
Nurture The Nurse

Nurture The Nurse

Yoga for nurses is starting to be more popular as the pandemic continues to rage on, and although people are getting vaccinated there is still a lot of work to do. Everyone needs a place to land and nurture wellbeing, especially nurses. Over the past six years, My...

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Yoga Teacher Certification Austin

Yoga Teacher Certification Austin

Finding Yoga Teacher Training In Austin So you’ve decided that you want to be a yoga teacher, or maybe you want to deepen your practice. The next step, finding the best yoga teacher training in your area. If you live in Austin, you know there are so many studios to...

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Creating a Yoga Sequence at Home

Creating a Yoga Sequence at Home

Creating a Yoga Sequence Have you ever thought about creating your own yoga sequence to practice at home? Where is the best place to practice? What poses should you do? Do these poses go together? Should I have a theme? When we become practitioners of yoga, creating...

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How To Sequence Vinyasa Flow

How To Sequence Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa Flow    Sequencing vinyasa flow is an art that any yoga teacher can master. Vinyasa flow is more than just a style of yoga asana; it’s a combination of the three most prominent lineages in the line of Krishnamaychara. If you’re new to vinyasa flow you can...

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Balancing The Chakras With Massage

Balancing The Chakras With Massage

Did you know that you can balance the chakras with massage? Balancing the chakras with massage is a wonderful way to connect to your experience through all energetic bodies.  If you’re a yogi you’ve probably heard of the chakras or subtle bodies. If you're new to...

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Psychic Abilities

Psychic Abilities

Awakening Psychic Abilities Michelle Young, owner of My Vinyasa Practice, is proud to announce her new Psychic Abilities Course; designed to help you develop your psychic abilities. I started having psychic experiences when I was a small child. When I was around nine...

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Heartfelt Consciousness – The MVP Podcast

Heartfelt Consciousness – The MVP Podcast

MVP has an exciting new feature for you. We started a podcast! Hosted by our very own Laura Bender, Heartfelt Consciousness seeks to have "mindfully authentic conversations of yoga on and off the mat to awaken and inspire the spirit." Laura is an E-RYT-200, RYT-500,...

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Chakra Series – Vishuddha: Throat Chakra

Chakra Series – Vishuddha: Throat Chakra

Vishuddha is the throat chakra. The throat chakra resonates “I speak,” and it’s Sanskrit name, Vishuddha, translates as “pure.” Naturally, the throat chakra is important to our personal expression, communication with spirit, ourselves, and others. As you can imagine,...

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Adaptive and Trauma Informed Yoga

Adaptive and Trauma Informed Yoga

So, what is adaptive yoga anyway? How can we incorporate it into our practice? Is it important to learn about trauma informed yoga? As we move into this New Year, many of us aspire to create a space where yoga really is for EVERY BODY. We interviewed My Vinyasa...

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Self-Care + Self-Love

Self-Care + Self-Love

I’ve had some very interesting conversations lately, particularly about self-care. Is self-care actually an act of self-love? Are they totally different or one in the same? The following is not meant to be the definitive answer but rather prompts to think about as you...

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