Thursday, April 16, 2020

Check Out Accessible Yoga Blog's New Features!

by Priya Wagner

We’re excited to announce that we’ve added three new features to the blog. We’re trying our best to provide you with helpful information during this challenging time, and we hope you’ll find these features useful. Briefly, they are:

1. Resources for Teachers.

A blog page was created that offers pandemic-specific information that we are collecting for you. It also includes excerpts from the Resource Guide, which originated in Accessible Yoga's Community Page on Facebook and was edited by a group of Ambassadors to ensure the integrity of the information. You can find the Resources for Teachers page here.

2. Home Practice Club.

Since the majority of us are currently forced to remain at home, the blog is providing a multitude of posts about home practice and providing links to them on a special page called the Home Practice Club. You can find the Home Practice Club here.

By the way, if you contribute a post or video for the Home Practice Club, you can request a donation to yourself (via PayPal, Venmo, or other app) to help make ends meet while most studios have been forced to shut their doors temporarily. For further information about this, contact Nina Zolotow at

3. Spanish Translations.

Many of the articles posted in the blog are now being translated into Spanish! This is an ongoing process with the hope that many of our current and past posts will be available in both English and Spanish. A new page called En Español has been created on our blog that provides links to all the Spanish articles. We will be adding to this list every time a new translation appears. You can find the En Español page here.

This post was edited by Nina Zolotow, Editor in Chief of the Accessible Yoga blog and co-author of Yoga for Healthy Aging: A Guide to Lifelong Well-Being.

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