So you may be thinking… What is Yoger? What does it mean? Why is it spelt funny?
Yoger is a free online resource connecting the yoga community.
Its like a lovely big information source where you can find a directory of all your local classes, schools and studios. You will also find blogs, articles, information, reviews, events, workshops and all sorts of interesting tips and tricks, everything is based around my huge love of yoga.
We are excited to be kicking things off with our first version in our home city of York. We have an amazing yoga community that we are really excited to shout about.
We are big believers in that Yoga is for everyone and that this comes in all different shapes, sizes, abilities and ages. It is well known that Yoga gives us lots of benefits in mind, body and spirit and we want to share all that with you here.
It has been claimed that over 300 million people around the world practice yoga and we are excited to be involved in this amazing community and to share everything that we know and everything that we learn in one place.
So if you have always wanted to give yoga a try but haven’t yet, we will provide all the information you will need to make you feel confident in taking that first step on to your mat. Using our directory we will help connect you to all the amazing Yoga Teachers, Yoga Schools and Yoga Studios in the York area.
We will also be providing information for yogis who have been practising for years too and information on how they can improve their practice and can fully embrace yoga into their daily lives and connect with other yogis in York.
On top of all that we will also be sharing with you our favourite yoga friendly businesses, foodie places and products on our Yoger Life page because Yoga is not just about poses, bending and standing on your head. It is a way of life, it is all about being kind and caring towards yourself, others and the world. It is about finding your true self and living your best life.
As our business and platform grows and develops we will be expanding further a field, so please share with us your favourite Yoga teachers and studios so we can add them to our ever growing directory. Also let us know about your favourite ‘Yoga friendly’ businesses too.
We would love to hear from you if you would like to work with us or having something to add to our online yoga world.
p.s If you are intrigued as to where the name Yoger came from, take a look here