Pull out your mat, grab your cell phone, and get inspired wherever you are!
Whether you’re looking for motivation, instructional videos or just some beautiful photos, these 10 yogis are sure to liven up your Instagram feed.
From beginners to professionals and all levels in between, these accounts extend a helping hand with tips and inspiration to take your practice to the next level.
Next time you’re feeling a bit frantic, ditch the stress for a moment of zen and remember: Ready, set, scroll!
1. Rachel Brathen, @yoga_girl
This yoga girl is all about the art of letting go. Follow her for some inspiring tips on releasing the negativity within.
2. Kerri Verna, @beachyogagirl
This yogi is all about making anything a yoga friendly environment. Follow her for some moves on the beach or at home.
3. Caitlin Turner, @gypsetgoddess
This nature loving goddess makes yoga on mountain tops look easy. Follow her for some yoga motivation.
4. Robin Martin, @robinmartinyoga
This yoga instructor emphasizes the importance of progress. Follow her for some tips on how to start small.
5. Amanda Bisk, @amandabisk
This yogi makes exercising look beautiful! Follow her account for some stunning tips and inspiration.
6. Dylan Werner, @dylanwerneryoga
This yogi is all about inspiring ways to find balance in nature. Follow his account for some tips and fitspiration.
7. Patrick Beach, @patrickbeach
This yogi makes us feel like every man should do yoga. Follow his account for some yoga motivation.
8. Michael, @misterely
This yogi master is all about sparking inner balance. Follow his Instagram accounts for tips on how to find yours.
9. David Romero, @theyogidr
This USC professor and yoga instructor is all about finding your inner peace. Follow his account for some body and soul inspiration.
10. Jared McCann, @wearejared
This yoga instructor is all about finding strength within chaos. Follow his account for some tips on how to feel grounded.
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