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The Best Yoga Mom Blogs You Should Be Following

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The thousands-year-old tradition of yoga sprouted yogini wings out of India in the ‘80s and swept the rest of the world — the west hasn’t been the same since. Yoga comes in many diverse forms with just as diverse practitioners, but the heart of the practice stays the same.

Moms and yoginis go together like salt and pepper these days, and yoga does wonders for mom bods and souls.  The following 10 yoga mom blogs talk about it all: natural living, pain relief, fitness, maintaining a yoga practice with kids, and using mindfulness to get through birth and the day, among much more.

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Spoiled Yogi

Spoiled Yogi gives pregnant yogis and new mamas to-the-point wisdom straight from pre/postnatal yoga instructor Erica. She takes you through all you need to know about safe yoga poses for moms and how to stay focused on your practice with kiddos running amok. Definitely check out the Yoga Humor category for kicks, snickers and uncontrollable giggles.

Gigi Yogini

That’s her blog name — don’t wear it out. In real life, Gigi is Brigitte Kouba, who lives in Santa Monica, California, and talks about her experiences as a new mom and yogi. She offers leadership circles and pregnancy body-image tips. Her charming, honest and hilarious tone will give you the positive boost you need on a tough day.

Naturalbabydol

Turkesha McIvy’s Naturalbabydol blog covers her yoga journey, parenting, healthy eating and natural living. She celebrated her two-year yogaversary last year and encourages others to honor their emotions and get back on the horse as a mama warrior.

Whoorl

Sara James is a writer, mom and wife with a love for yoga, mindfulness, beauty and natural living. James started her first class in 2013 after 10 years and never looked back. She talks about her favorite products, places and poses — some of which her two kids eagerly jump in on.

BEXLIFE®

Rebekah Borucki, known as Bex, is the owner of BEXLIFE® and does it all: mom-of-five, meditation guide, yoga instructor, birth doula, author, TV host and speaker. Her blog explores multiple categories but offers in-depth information on meditating during labor and with your kids, feeling sexy during and after pregnancy, and other parenting and yoga-focused topics.

Whole Mama Yoga

Lauren and Alexandra run Whole Mama Yoga, and their blog apologizes for nothing. They go over the awkward and great parts of being a mom, eventually getting shut-eye and using yoga to recover postpartum and stay happy and fit in general.

Yoga Mamas

The Yoga Mamas blog built itself out of the two passions of yoga and motherhood to form a tribe of its own. The blog is run out of Australia and discusses everything from including mudras in your yoga practice to paying attention to your pelvic health as a mom. They also help you find time when you think you have none. Who knows? You may join the tribe on one of their many Yoga Mamas retreats.

Yes Yoga

Tessa Welsh runs Yes Yoga and writes primarily about listening, acceptance and self-care as a mama and yoga practitioner. If you don’t take care of yourself, then how can you support your family and baby?

Curious to know about using yoga to prepare for birth or relieve pregnancy heartburn? Check out Welsh’s blog where she discusses yoga, birth, birth stories and self-love. She also holds workshops and teaches yoga.

Jenny Rolls Yoga

Jenny Rolls uses her knowledge as a mama of two and registered yoga instructor to dive right into mama yoga life and practice. She’s studied pre/postnatal yoga, yin yoga and kripalu yoga. Her posts cover such topics as doing yoga around the munchkins and yoga for self-love.

Peace-Filled Mama

Mama, domestic goddess, yoga instructor and adventurer Kelly Carboni-Wood believes mothers shouldn’t do the mom thing in isolation — it’s a community effort — and her blog offers a support system. Carboni-Woods found yoga through a yoga magazine, and since her first pose, she kept going and dedicated her life to natural living and joy with her son.

Yoga gives you one hour out of your day where directions, theoretically, actually get followed. If you take part in a class, you experience the beautiful flow of form and energy as bodies and spirits synchronize. If at home, you balance your munchkin like a goat on your back, but you still flow — or try to flow. Hey, remember: Goat yoga is a thing, and that’s probably how they came up with it.

Your day probably flows normally from thoughts of “Did I feed the cat?” to “What will the kids wear today, and do I really need a shower and clothes?” Yoga unites the chaos and encourages you to breathe through it all. Being a yoga mom is pretty sweet at the end of the day.

Prenatal Yoga Center

The Prenatal Yoga Center, which offers yoga classes for pregnant moms online and in New York City, runs a fantastic blog with tips about how to practice yoga while expecting. Their teachers are certified experts in pregnancy and baby care, and the posts on their blog are in-depth and well-researched. The blog features different moms and how they integrate life and yoga, but it also provides tips on topics such as taking time for your own well-being and family bonding time. They also have a podcast that complements the blog.

Summer Perez

Summer Perez is a Las Vegas mom of two young children. She started her blog to show yoga poses and how to incorporate your children into your daily routines. She’s since moved her posts to Instagram in more recent years, where she shares poses and moments from her life, such as her doing a yoga pose with her nephew in the shot. She might show a yoga pose you can do with a small child, for example, or feature one of her children to give short tips on how you can work out around your daily activities.

Yoga Mom

Run by a mom seeking to establish a life-long yoga habit and mindset, Yoga Mom blog focuses on poetry related to living a yoga lifestyle. It’s a bit different than some of the other yoga mom blogs out there because it simply provides insights into the thinking of a mom practicing the ancient art and provides inspiration for other yoga followers. While you won’t find tips on how to perfect your pose, you will find words that speak to your yoga-loving soul. If you ever wanted to see inside the mind of a yoga mom, this blog provides that opportunity.

Vegan Yoga Mom

Vegan Yoga Mom shares her take on living a vegan lifestyle and practicing yoga. She is also active on social media, sharing posts and images about her daily life. In addition to yoga topics, you’ll also find information on feeding vegan to your family, dealing with issues such as postpartum depression and why yoga is about so much more than the perfect pose captured in an Instagram post. The blog is about a lifestyle change that’s more than just exercising occasionally. It’s about the mindset behind both yoga and veganism.

The Mommy Yoga

Jessica Millar is a registered yoga teacher and mom of two. Her goal is helping women find “peace and strength through yoga.” She shares healthy living tips on her blog. You’ll find information on doing yoga properly alongside product reviews, healthy recipes and tips for reducing stress in your life. You’ll find videos with 10-minute workouts and discussions of how to release tension through meditation. Jessica also has two ebooks on her blog titled “Prenatal Yoga Precautions” and “Yoga Strong.” She has more ebooks coming soon on topics such as “Yoga for Beginners,” “Using Yoga to Prepare for Pregnancy” and “Postpartum Yoga.”

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10 Comments

  • Reply Sharon Rosa November 12, 2018 at 10:58 am

    Hi Jennifer
    What a fantastic and informative blog! I enjoyed reading this, and I must say your blog is great! Keep up the excellent work.

    • Reply Jennifer November 12, 2018 at 4:02 pm

      Hi Sharon,

      Thanks for your encouraging words! I’m glad you enjoyed the post.

  • Reply Turkesha McIvy November 27, 2018 at 5:28 am

    Aww Thanks Love for the feature! Sending Love and Positive Vibes your way!

    • Reply Jennifer December 13, 2018 at 4:06 pm

      Hi Turkesha,

      Glad you enjoyed the post! I hope you have a fabulous day!

  • Reply Kerry Murphy January 25, 2019 at 10:32 am

    Wow, you have put all the gems in the single basket. Well, great post!

    • Reply Jennifer February 22, 2019 at 8:09 pm

      Thanks so much, Kerry! Glad to hear you agree.

  • Reply KDW Apparel March 6, 2019 at 8:25 am

    Thanks for the lovely post!

  • Reply Nikki Walsh April 16, 2019 at 6:23 pm

    Hi Jennifer! Love your blog.

    I’m a mom of two and I use the Kelee Meditation App. It’s a five-minute meditation and I just sit down, plug in my earphones and listen to the meditation to quiet my mind. It’s easy and was less than your go-to Starbucks order!

  • Reply Priyota Parma May 28, 2019 at 2:54 am

    Hi Jennifer,
    It is a great resource for all yogis. You put all the yoga centers on a list. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.

    Priyota Parma
    thebeginnersyoga.com

    • Reply Jennifer May 29, 2019 at 2:39 pm

      So pleased to hear you enjoyed this post, Priyota!

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