6 Young Women Yogis to Follow in 2016

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6 Young Women Yogis to Follow in 2016

Author: Elizabeth Wellington

As yoginis, we benefit from a community of heart-centered peers who help us to grow toward wholeness. Social media offers the unique opportunity to connect beyond our inner circles to like-minded individuals who inspire us with their grace and grit.

Looking for some encouragement?

Look no further than these six beautiful yoginis, who each embody the spirit of presence in their amazing Instagram accounts:

 

Dana Falsetti

Dana Falsetti

Dana Falsetti made waves in the yoga world with her story of healing. After suffering from anxiety, body image challenges, and binge eating, Dana found yoga. In a world often limited by painful societal expectations, Dana inspires all of us to honor our bodies and our spirits through self-appreciation.

 

Meredith Rom

Meredith Rom

Meredith guides women as a yoga teacher, coach, and mentor, taking a holistic approach to personal empowerment. Meredith’s background in photography and design shine through in every post on her Instagram account — stay tuned for messages that weave the divine feminine into daily life.

 

Racheal Weathers

Rachael Weathers

Racheal came to yoga through Instagram, and her online presence is a testament to her own path. A former gymnast, Racheal believes that yoga brings grace to every aspect of a person, transforming people from the inside out.

 

Ajeet Kaur

Ajeet Kaur

Raised in the Kundalini yoga tradition, Ajeet Kaur brings beauty to sacred mantras with her soulful voice. Follow her Instagram account for sneak peeks at her band’s tour as they promote Ajeet’s newest album, Darshan. And don’t forget to listen, too. Her music will bring an extra level of support to your daily practice.

 

Valerie Sagun

Valerie Sagun

With the #SelfLovingYogis hashtag, Valerie is helping to spark a revolution among young women practitioners. As she shares on her Tumblr, “My practice has been the supporting hand on my shoulder when times get tough. Life happens and all we can do is keep going, and yoga has been the physical and mental therapy for myself.”

 

Alexa Silvaggio

Alexa Silvaggio

Alexa Silvaggio sees yoga as a practice, and ultimately, a discipline informed by an ancient art form. Leading wellness retreats all over the world, she helps connect aspiring yogis with their inner flow. The quotations she shares on her Instagram account help to hold you over between classes, mirroring the beauty of a deep, but candid worldview.




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