As much as I love books, I use online resources a lot for my yoga practice. One of the main bonus of online resources is they are often easy to search and access. That search aspect is very nice when dealing with periodicals. At one point I had ten years or so of Yoga Journal’s around the house but you have to remember which issue and find the name of the article, so much easier to search for it on google or the website.
Yoga Journal is probably the most known yoga resource out there. They have been around for awhile now and have wealth of knowledge on their website. If I don’t know I start here. One of my favorite sections is the Home Practice area.
Yoga Dork is a site that covers the serious and the lighthearted. It keeps a finger on the pulse of yoga and what is topical. As a result you will see thought provoking posts along with ones that will make you laugh.
Elsie’s Yoga Kula. If you read my favorite blog sites you saw this one coming. I fracking love Elsie, love her. Elsie has put out some of my favorite podcasts and they are free.
More than once I’ve found myself reading Yoga and Health Archive A-Z on Ravi and Ana’s website. There is a ton of info tucked into that section and it has helped me expand my kundalini yoga practice. How to modify a pose, an idea on how to help tight neck muscles, and so much more.
3HO is a kundalini site. Need a mediation this is my go to. It is a good source for the teachings of Yogi Bhajan who brought kundalini yoga to the west. It also has info on mudras, chakra, and pranayam.