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 [email protected] for more information.

 

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Returning To Work Post Pandemic

Many employers have wellness departments, especially employers with more than 20 employees. Research has proven that it's profitable to invest in the health of your staff. The mental health of the world suffered over the last two years due to numerous lock-downs and knee-jerk reactions to an...

Inviting Diversity In Yoga

Diverse Voices Inviting diversity into our yoga classes is so important. When Vivekananda came to the United States his intention was to spread Yoga. He was a non-dual teacher and believed the key to reducing or ending suffering altogether was the realization that there is no separation. This...

Teaching Trauma-Informed Yoga

Trauma-Informed Yoga & Scope Of Work Human beings are animals and as animals, we have what is sometimes called a trauma response when we experience trauma. Our nervous systems are designed to help us integrate traumatic experiences, but many of these involuntary responses are shamed by society...

Making Yoga Financially Accessible

Making Yoga Financially Accessible It was not Indra Devi’s intention to turn Yoga into a commodity, nor was it Vivkiananda’s or Yogananda’s intention for Yoga to be inaccessible. Yoga was brought to the United States in an attempt to globalize the ancient wisdom teachings found in the Yoga Sutras...

Root Chakra Sequence

For many of us who embark on the journey of Yoga, we start to notice subtle energetics within our body. One of the subtle shifts in our awareness is the sensitivity to the Chakras, or energy centers, within our subtle body, also called the Pranamaya Kosha (Energy Body).  These centers of energy...
Releasing Limiting Beliefs

Releasing Limiting Beliefs

Most people experience limiting beliefs in their lifetime. Others may wonder what limiting beliefs are. A limiting belief is something that keeps you from your fullest potential, holding you back with fear and misunderstanding. It could be that you can’t dance, that...

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Clairvoyance

Clairvoyance

Siddhis  To understand clairvoyance, we should first define psychic energy. Psychic energy is an example of subtle energy. In the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, subtle energy, or subtle bodies, can be understood as vibrations that manifest as thoughts, feelings,...

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Researching the Best Online Yoga School 

Researching the Best Online Yoga School 

The Best Online Yoga Teacher Training When looking for the best online yoga teacher training, it is necessary to conduct thorough research on the programs available. You’ll want to make sure that the lead trainers facilitating the training are well-trained and have...

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How To Write A Yoga Nidra Script

How To Write A Yoga Nidra Script

How To Write Yoga Nidra Many people know the benefits of Yoga Nidra, and many practitioners are integrating it into their offerings as yoga teachers and yoga therapists. You can find many books on Amazon that give you scripts written to convey a multitude of themes,...

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Leveraging Pranayama In Yoga Therapy

Leveraging Pranayama In Yoga Therapy

Yoga Therapy addresses the whole being of your body’s needs, life energy, emotions, thoughts, and spirit of the higher self. We already possess everything we need inside of us but might need help accessing these parts of ourselves on the spiritual level. Yoga Therapy...

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Crown Chakra Vinyasa Sequence

Crown Chakra Vinyasa Sequence

What is your crown chakra? Known in Sanskrit as Sahasrara Chakra, the crown chakra is the seventh chakra. It sits at the top of the chakra system connecting us to universal consciousness and ultimate truth. In yogic philosophy, the chakras are subtle bodies, or energy...

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Egyptian Neopaganism

Egyptian Neopaganism

Neterism, The Original Kemeticism Kemetic Yoga is one of the practices associated with the ancient religion of Kemet, or Neterism meaning deity, practiced 5,000 years ago in ancient Egypt. Due to recent popularity, the rise of Egyptian Neopaganism blossomed with...

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Mindfulness In Pregnancy

Mindfulness In Pregnancy

Whether snuggled safely in the womb or cradled in our arms, mothers will, at many points, pause in awe at the preciousness of life. Moments when it’s impossible to take for granted the creation of a heart that beats, eyes that see, hands that will grab and squeeze us...

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Yoga For Nurses

Yoga For Nurses

While the past few years have been trying for everyone, healthcare professionals have taken the brunt of the load. Working long hours on their feet, bending over beds, and taking care of those in the midst of struggle, nurses deserve time for rest and healing. Yoga is...

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Third Eye Chakra Vinyasa

Third Eye Chakra Vinyasa

What is your third eye chakra? Known in Sanskrit as Ajna chakra, the third eye chakra, according to Samkhya philosophy, is represented by the element mahat, or maha tattva. It’s important to note here that according to yoga and Samkhya philosophy, the earth elements...

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Throat Chakra Vinyasa

Throat Chakra Vinyasa

What is your throat chakra? Known in Sanskrit as vishuddha chakra, the throat chakra is represented by the element ether or space. In yoga philosophy, chakras are subtle bodies, or energy centers, located along the base of the spine. Vishuddha is the fifth of seven...

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The Benefits Of Golden Milk

The Benefits Of Golden Milk

Golden Milk is a traditional Ayurvedic Nutrition elixir that’s been used for thousands of years in both yoga and Ayurveda to promote health. For centuries, Ayurveda has relied on golden milk to help with improved digestion, circulation, clearer skin, joint health, and...

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Heart Chakra Vinyasa

Heart Chakra Vinyasa

What is your heart chakra? Known in Sanskrit as Anahata chakra, the heart chakra is represented by the element air. In yoga philosophy, chakras are subtle bodies, or energy centers, located along the base of the spine. Anahata is the fourth of seven chakras and is the...

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Solar Plexus Vinyasa Sequence

Solar Plexus Vinyasa Sequence

What is your solar plexus chakra? Known in Sanskrit as manipura chakra, the solar plexus chakra is represented by the fire element. In yoga philosophy, chakras are subtle bodies, or energy centers, located along the base of the spine. Manipura is the third of seven...

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