Venues: Teach/Take

Below are places for practitioners to find – or- for professionals to list  yoga classes, workshops, retreats on these sites. Some require a membership.

Websites

Facebook

The premier social media site with billions of members. Create an event and invite Facebook friends.

MindBody Online

An online resource for running many studio tasks related to signing up students, tracking studio metrics and more.

Yelp

Local business directory for large urban areas.

Yoga Alliance

Mission is to promote and support the integrity and diversity of the teaching of yoga.

Yoganonymous

An open platform for yoga-enthusiasts of all different shapes, sizes, levels and trebles to stay in the flow with all of the latest and greatest community news, articles, events and more from the mat and beyond.

Yoga Trail

A global yoga directory with ratings for thousands of yoga studios. Teachers can post schedules and create special event listings.

Other Venues

These sites offer insight into other venues for teaching or taking Yoga classes.

Pop Up Yoga

Across the nation yoga teachings are showing up outside studios and other designated areas. To find one in your area search “popupyoga” and the name of your town.

Gorilla Yoga

Yoga Gorillas is an urban movement, a migration to yoga beyond studio walls, for example in parks.

Festivals

Calendar of Yoga and other related Festivals  worldwide.

Packing for a Festival    

Helpful tid-bits  before heading off to a yoga festival.

Festival Experience    

One person’s first festival experience and what she learned.

4 Sure-Fire Ways To Beat Post-Festival 

Now that festival season is over, the tiredness begins to kick in, and you begin to realize how exhausted you really are. Although buzzed from your incredible experiences, it is hard to keep the excitement up when you suffer from post-festival blues.