Top Five Yoga Instructional Podcasts
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Top Five Yoga Instructional Podcasts

Millions of people across the world, including an increasing rate of Americans, have found solace and relaxation in the exercises of Yoga. Yoga emphasizes thoughtful reflection, embracing of quiet and calm, and stretching of ones muscles and extremities.

Millions of people across the world, including an increasing rate of Americans, have found solace and relaxation in the exercises of Yoga. Yoga emphasizes thoughtful reflection, embracing of quiet and calm, and stretching of ones muscles and extremities. No wonder that the fabric of these ideals has become a welcome recess from the stress and agitation of life. One fast growing section of independent media has focused on this growing sensation. Here are five of the top podcasts centered on Yoga.

1. The Yoga Journal to Go Podcast is a publication of audio emphasising development of spiritual and physical core. This podcast, as with most centered around yoga, offers visual aids through videos posted on the associated website http://www.yogajournal.com/podcast. Kathryn Budig is the host of the series, usually shot from the aesthetic backgrounds of Santa Monica, California. So far, 12 episodes have been made available online, so there is quite a wealth of information available for the viewers to catch up on. Two or three demonstrators help introduce you to new poses and stretches set to soothing ambient music.

2. Hillary’s Yoga Practice is a podcast accompanied by a blog. Currently 68 episodes are available for your listening pleasure at http://hillarysyogapractice.wordpress.com. One of the benefits of Hillary’s site is length and quantity, many lessons are one hour long. Thought videos are scarcer than the previous, still photos and occasional youtube links create an audiovisual nature of the site.

3. Next up is Yoga Podcasts. This site is a little tougher to navigate but this site offers a ring of tools and resources to learn more about the essence of Yoga, This site is located at http://yoga.podcast.com. There are a few yoga lessons embedded within, but use this site more of a resources to get more information about your new activity.

4. Yoga Today is a fast growing podcast on this subject. Hour long lessons are posted weekly at http://www.yogatoday.com. Yoga guru Neesha Zollinger. Bright images assist relaxation techniques, and the hosts frequently describe images of serene mountains and peaceful grasslands. Check out this site when you need a little inspiration for mental thought planning while exercising.

5. Finally, the Power Yoga podcast offers several types of Eastern influence and explanations of various Yoga techniques. This site offers various rotating hosts, offering variety along with its lessons at http://poweryogapodcast.com. Podcasts are updated daily from users and publishers alike, so you can refresh your routine regularly and keep things fresh,

Enjoy your lessons.

 

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