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In-depth interviews with yoga trendsetters, thought leaders, and prominent yoga teachers on all aspects of Sadhana - yoga as a spiritual and transformative practice. 

The last Sunday of the month, join us to explore the rich world of yoga! Get inspiration for your practice, new insights for your teaching, stay in touch with what's going on in the yoga world! See details below:


Get Inspired * Deepen Your Practice * Gain New Insights * Celebrate Spirit

There are many styles of yoga and numerous lineages from which each style derives. But everyone passionate about their yoga practice shares a common bond: The love of yoga as Sadhana – a deeply transformative practice for personal growth and expansion.

Every day small miracles occur on and off the yoga mat. Be it a small insight, a newfound sense of empowerment, a recommitment to what’s most important in your life, a moment of solace, or deepening sense of presence. Whatever it may be, the world of yoga contains thousands of untold stories that are no less important just because they are never shared.

Sadhana Sundays is a free series of interviews offered by YogaUOnline as a courtesy to our community. Join some of yoga’s most experienced teachers and leading luminaries for a celebration and exploration of all things yoga, and deepen your understanding of the potential of yoga as a transformative and even (for those who so prefer) spiritual practice. We look forward to having you join us!

“Sadhana is a self discipline of the mind and body to serve the soul. In the Aquarian Age, the motto is “I Know, Therefore I Believe.” In order to know, one has to speak from personal experience, and so all of the yogic knowledge, exercises, meditations, insights, remedies, etc. must be put into practice in Sadhana.” ~Ramdesh Kaur

Judith Hanson Lasater

All Alone By Myself: Developing a Home Practice in the Midst of a Busy Life

John Schumacher

Prana and the Transformative Power of Yoga

Colleen Saidman Yee and Rodney Yee

Opening to Your Inner Yoga—Moving Beyond Posture

Natasha Rizopoulos

The Benefits of Regular Yoga Practice – The Art of Quieting the Mind

Ana Forrest

Romancing Your Soul—Learning to Walk in Beauty

Cyndi Lee

May I Be Happy—Teaching Yoga from the Inside Out

Tias Little

Finding the Stillpoint in Your Yoga Asana Practice

Devarshi Steven Hartman

Inner Alignment vs. Outer Alignment – The 5 Stages of Yoga

Dr. Timothy McCall

Yoga and Healing: Building the Body's Innate Ability to Heal

Dr. Baxter Bell

Yoga and Healthy Aging: The Evidence and the Promise

Julian Walker

Awakened Heart, Embodied Mind

Rama Jyoti Vernon

The Way of the Peaceful Warrior


Rick Hanson

Change Your Brain, Change Your Life

Prudence Farrow Bruns

A Different Kind of Tiger Hunting: 20 Minutes Twice a Day

Benjamin Lorr

Hell-Bent: Obsession, Pain, and the Search for Something Like Transcendence in Competitive Yoga

Kaoverii Weber

Teaching Trauma-Sensitive Yoga - What You Need to Know