Instagram is not just a place for you to post pictures of your lunch, cute outfit, or feet while you are relaxing beside the pool. You can also use it to improve your health. Case in point is the increasing number of yoga accounts on Instagram.
Here are some of the best ones that you should follow if you are into yoga or just starting to get into it.
DownDog Yoga @downdogyoga
More than just motivational pictures and quotes, DownDog Yoga is an actual yoga studio. During this pandemic, the studio has been doing quite a lot of live streams on their Instagram channel. They provide live online classes from Monday to Friday so just drop by their channel if you want to participate.
Colleen Saidman Yee @colleensaidman
Colleen Saidman Yee is one of the most popular yoga instructors in New York City, and she also happens to be the yoga teacher to the stars. However, her fame came, first and foremost, from her talent. Regardless if you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner, you will find tips and lessons within this channel.
Valerie Sagun @biggalyoga
Who said yoga is just for skinny people? Certainly not Valerie Sagun. Her Instagram account does not only teach yoga poses that absolutely anyone can do but also promotes body positivity and self-love, which everyone needs right about now.
Boys of Yoga @boysofyoga
The creator of Boys of Yoga, Michael James Wong, started this Instagram account in order to get more men into practicing yoga. Wong felt that a lot of guys do not want to practice yoga because they think that it makes them look less masculine. In his channel, Wong informs everyone that one can become a better man because of yoga. This Instagram account features pictures of men practicing yoga from all over the world.
Laura Kasperzak @laurasykora
With over 1 million Instagram followers, Laura Kasperzak is one of those that many people look up to for yoga inspiration. Her Instagram page contains a lot of solo poses, but she also has pictures of her with her children doing it. Lately, she has been posting a lot of tutorial videos as well.
Yoga with Adrienne @adrienelouise
Adrienne is behind the hugely popular YouTube channel that shares the same name. Although the Instagram account does not have as many followers as her YouTube channel, it is quickly catching up. Here, you will find not just motivational photos, but also weekly challenges. She also posts some of her YouTube videos here.
You will never go wrong by visiting any of the mentioned channels of Instagram. All these channels are highly informative, walking you through everything that you need to learn about yoga and guiding you all throughout your journey towards mastering it.