Mark our words - 2022 will be the year of yoga. So many people have picked up yoga throughout the lockdown period, but there are still so many people who are just starting to get to grips with the practice, and that is great! We wanted to make your leap into yoga a little bit easier by rounding up a handful of our favourite products, websites, and services that make yoga more fun and simpler. We've previously written about the best books about yoga which are great for getting started too. Let's get into the list:
Kati Kaia - best for beautifully made yoga mats
A good yoga session starts with good kit, and you don't need to look any further than Kati Kaia in that regard - their yoga mats are not only beautiful to look at, they're also very well-made and made from a 100% natural rubber base. What we also really like about these mats is that they're slightly wider and longer than most regular mats, which gives you a little extra wiggle room in case you still find yourself wobbling during a one-handed tree pose. These mats are also machine washable, making them really hygienic and easy to keep clean.
Explore the full range of mats from Kati Kaia here - katikaia.com
Tiwari Yoga - best for a retreat that'll show you the ropes and help you relax & recharge
If you like the idea of practicing yoga as part of a group, then you should definitely take part in one of the retreats from Tiwari Yoga. Ran by Angie Tiwari, a yoga expert, these retreats are ideal for anyone looking to deepen their yoga experience and learn as part of a group. Angie brings her passion and expertise to every session, making the retreats very memorable and positive.
These retreats sell out quickly, so your best bet is to sign up to the waiting lists. You can learn more by visiting this page - tiwariyoga.com
Yoga Alliance Professionals
If you're totally new to yoga and you're not sure where to start, then definitely check out Yoga Alliance Professionals - this organisation makes finding yoga professionals really simple and straightforward, whether you're looking for a teacher to carry out a session at your workplace or you're looking for a trainer to show you how you can become a yoga teacher, Yoga Alliance Professionals makes it simple. All of the teachers listed in their directory have had to complete quality training, so you know you're only dealing with professionals.
Get started by filling in the form on this page - yogaallianceprofessionals.org
The Yeh Yoga Co. - best for a virtual yoga session wherever and whenever you need it
Covid has definitely changed things for many people, and it's probably fair to say that some of us don't feel as comfortable participating in group activities as we did a few years ago. Luckily, there are some great virtual yoga options, with the service from The Yeh Yoga Co. being our absolute favourite. With teachers based around the world and a variety of options in terms of classes and sessions, what we love about The Yeh Yoga Co. is that their virtual sessions are just as engaging as any session in-person. Even if your team members haven't got a yoga set up in their homes, the team at The Yeh Yoga Co. can still help everyone unwind with meditation and desk yoga sessions.
If you want to book a 10-minute no-obligation discovery call to learn more about the offering from The Yeh Yoga Co., or you just want to dive in with their sessions, then visit this page - theyehyoga.co
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