MY FAVORITE YOGA BLOGS 2016

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A few weeks ago I wrote a post about my favorite travel blogs and I promised you that I would follow up with my favorite yoga blogs 2016. Here they are (in no particular order):

The best yoga blogs in 2016:

Yoga Blogs 2016 The Journey Junkie

The Journey Junkie

The Journey Junkie is a new beautiful yoga blog with lots of yoga information, yoga tutorials, travel tips and more. Definitely one to check out!

http://www.thejourneyjunkie.com/

 

Yoga Blogs 2016 Yoga bei Candace

Yoga by Candace

This yoga blog is beautiful, well written and full of great content. It’s a great place to get motivated to get your butt into shape.

http://yogabycandace.com/

 

 

Ypga Blogs 2016 Ju Yogi

JuYogi

Ju is a young yogi from Austria and shares yoga insights, healthy recipes and more on her blog. She describes it as „a blog for happy hearts and healthy souls“ and that really fits.

http://juyogi.com/en/

 

Yoga Blogs 2016 Jayne Becca Yoga

Jayne Becca Yoga

The best thing about Jaynes blog are her yoga videos. I really love her flows, they are always great. She also shares playlists and recipes.

http://www.jaynebeccayoga.com/blog/

 

Yoga Blogs 2016 Rachel Brathen

Rachel Brathen aka Yoga Girl

Everybody knows her Instagram account (which I love), but she’s blogging, too. I especially love her yummy recipes!

https://rachelbrathen.com/blog/

 

Yoga Blogs 2016 Daily Cup of Yoga

Daily Cup of Yoga

On Daily Cup Of Yoga you will always finds something interesting. There are lots of articles every day and inspiring posts from great guest authors like Silvia Mordini.

http://www.dailycupofyoga.com/

 

 

Yoga Blogs 2016 Do You Yoga

Do You Yoga

DoYouYoga is a light, fun, and energetic blog that offers thousands of articles and videos related to yoga and healthy living.

http://www.doyouyoga.com/

 

Yoga Blogs 2016 Elephant Journal

Elephant Journal

This online yoga powerhouse is one of the longest standing resources for yoga online and a must-read. I love that Elephant Journal is still down to earth and relatable, while at times edgy and always compelling.

http://www.elephantjournal.com/