Accessible & equitable Yoga and mindfulness that is accessible by, relatable to, and available for all.

Accessible & equitable Yoga and mindfulness that is accessible by, relatable to, and available for all.

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Article July 1, 2022

New Look, Same Us.

Embodying our values with a new look and better feel.


Article July 1, 2022

Easy to Use. Easy to Love.

Learn what our new platform has to offer you and your school community.

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Article June 26, 2022

Try Free for 14 Days

Enjoy a free 14-day trial for our online yoga and mindfulness classes. Press play on breathing exercises, yoga poses, games, brain breaks, and relaxation activities for all ages, anytime, anywhere.


Article May 19, 2022

The Benefits of Yoga & Mindfulness on Your Mental Health

While the physical benefits of yoga may bring many people to the mat, the benefits of yoga and mindfulness on mental health are typically what keeps people coming back.

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Article May 13, 2022

How to Overcome 5 Common Obstacles to Accessibility with Chair Yoga

Practical, real-world strategies for overcoming five common obstacles that stand in the way of access and equity in yoga and mindfulness education.


Article May 12, 2022

How Mindfulness & Yoga Can Address the School Mental Health Crisis

Schools are now on the front line for both students and teachers mental health needs. Chronic stress, overwhelm, and burnout are contributing to teacher attrition, student disengagement, and increasing mental health challenges within the school day.


Article March 14, 2022

What is Yoga Education

Our purpose at Yoga Ed. is to support the health and wellness of school communities. The way that we do this is through yoga education, or yoga and mindfulness that is accessible by, relatable to, and available for all. Learn what yoga and mindfulness mean to us, and how these are implemented through our programs and curriculum.


Article January 19, 2022

What is Trauma-Informed Yoga?

As a source of long-term stress, trauma that remains unresolved can impact our physical, emotional, mental and behavioral state. For people who have experienced trauma, there can be long-lasting, chronic effects on how they think, feel, and behave, as well as on their overall health. Understanding how trauma shows up in the brain, and in the body, allows us to address its symptoms, such as depression and anxiety.


Article December 23, 2021

Mindful Journaling

The last few days of a year can be filled with thoughts and feelings as we reflect on how the past year may have gone and contemplate on how we want to create positive change in the new year.


Article November 23, 2021

Yoga Ed. Meets PE and Health Standards

Because our evidence-based curriculum meets national standards for P.E. and Health, our programs are ideal for physical education teachers, health teachers, and homeschooling families. Plus, as a non-competitive physical activity, yoga is a valuable and accessible way to get your students active, no matter their current fitness level.


Article November 18, 2021

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month is a fantastic opportunity for non-Natives to learn and unlearn about Native history and culture. Though many values and traditions may be shared, each Native American nation and community has its own history and culture.


Article October 1, 2021

How to Teach Your Students about the Brain

Understanding what’s happening in the brain is the first step to empowering students with tools to respond and function optimally.

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