Ashtanga blogs

Louise and I were chatting about Ashtanga blogs at our Moon day meet-up last night. I went through a phase a few years ago when I was really into reading pretty much anything anyone wrote about Ashtanga Yoga. I think it was also a way of trying to get a better understanding of what I was going through in my practice. The web is an amazing medium for bringing people together, particularly those with niche interests like daily Ashtanga practice.

So here are some fascinating (if you like reading about Ashtanga Yoga practice that is!) blogs from some of my friends from the Twitter Shala. I’ve never met any of these people but feel a strong identification through the shared trials of our daily practice reformatted into blog posts or tweets!

If you read any other Ashtanga blogs please lets have them. Happy reading.

Yoga Mama London

Skippetty Street

Life on and off the mat

Ashtanga yoga Helen

Ashtanga Vinyasa Krama Yoga at home

Donuts Zen Mom


The journey of my practice

4 Responses to Ashtanga blogs

  1. grimmly2007 28th May 2010 at 8:46 am #

    Thanks for the mention. Here’s three more (confined myself to three). Picked these three just because they are predominantly Ashtanga blogs and updated regularly.

    The Reluctant Ashtangi

  2. gstar
    gstar 28th May 2010 at 5:11 pm #

    Hey grimmly2007,

    Thanks for the comment and the blog links. I checked out your latest blog post about the Vedanta podcasts, will be giving them a listen over the weekend.

    Have a great bank holiday weekend! 🙂


  3. gstar
    gstar 28th May 2010 at 5:18 pm #

    Mel also recommends Susananda

  4. gstar
    gstar 6th June 2010 at 8:53 pm #

    I had an email from Kevin (The journey of my practice) He recommended this blog written in English by German Ashtangi, Ursula – It’s called My Yoga blog and worth a read.

    Kevin also mentioned that some of the bloggers meet up for lunch from time to time. It’s cool to mix the virtual with the real! I love how the web can bring people together.

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