Yogacurrent began with a vision to "be in multiple places at once," teaching effective, methodical, and insightful yoga sessions for people to learn from the comfort of their own home.

Focusing on musculoskeletal action, alignment and joint articulation, the methods create unique, far-reaching tone that you can feel throughout the body - in stillness and in movement.

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Dynamic Stretching and Balance

  Train with dynamic stretching and balance The exercises below include dynamic stretching and balance. They will help to stabilize the pelvis and tone the abdominal core. They can also be used to heal sacroiliac joint dysfunction by relieving tension in the hips, improving circulation, and relaxing the nerves. Dynamic balance occurs when the body […]

Daily Yoga Vasisthasana

Daily Yoga Vasisthasana Preparation

My featured routine this month is a Daily Yoga practice to prepare for Vasisthasana. This routine sculpts the thoracic chest and shoulders with balance, strength, and alignment. This is the foundation for developing and toning the more advanced position, Vasisthasana.   Honestly, I feel so happy and grateful to be practicing yoga again at home. […]

Starting Yoga At Home

Now that you have considered different times of day for yoga, and you are discovering when yoga can fit into your life… the question becomes, “Now that I’m here on my yoga mat or rug, how will I know what to do?” Start yoga at home This next stage is about figuring out what you […]

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When To Do Yoga

Time to get on your mat? When cultivating a yoga practice at home, one of the most consistent questions is, “What is a good time for yoga?” I think this question is so often asked aloud, because it is something that needs to be considered (and reconsidered) pretty regularly. And even when you find a […]

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  1. Roland Rodriguez January 25, 2017 Reply

    Howdy Courtney. I wanted to let you know how much I’ve enjoyed your Yoga videos. Even if the do contain excruciating boat poses. As primarily a runner, I find by following your videos my running times have improved and soreness is not nearly as bad or as long.
    BTW, keep the curly hair. : )

    • Courtney Bell January 25, 2017

      That’s great to hear! Excruciating boat pose?! Couldn’t be! I’ve never heard anything like that before, lol. Yes… it is excruciating for a while, but your practice will continue developing the strength and flexibility needed to make it a breeze! Also, thanks for the vote – definitely keeping the curls!

  2. Kay January 19, 2017 Reply

    Hi Courtney,

    I love your “Beginners Power Yoga for weight loss”. Breaking a sweat while remaining calm. I’m not that flexible and just recently started practicing yoga. How can I improve my forward bend and avoid bending from the shoulders while trying to get my head to the ground.

    • Courtney Bell January 25, 2017

      Hi Kay! Thanks for writing. Keeping up with your practice is the best way to improve your forward bends. Yes, there are some specific tips I can share for getting out of the shoulder portion or the stretch and getting into your hips more. I will keep you updated as I am developing a program where you can stay in touch with me as I continue making videos and instructing classes for people to reach their goals in Yoga.

  3. Courtney Bell January 17, 2017 Reply

    Hi Ashley, that’s great to hear! So many people think it either looks too easy or looks too hard, and so they never try – never get to feel how great it is. So, I’m glad you did! 🙂

  4. Ashley January 12, 2017 Reply

    Hello, I have been wanting to try yoga for a while now, I just tried it this morning for the first time with your weight loss video on YouTube. I didn’t think I would feel my muscles doing what looked like simple exercises, but I am feeling it and it’s great! Thank you for sharing your videos!

  5. Gayl January 10, 2017 Reply

    Hello Courtney just finished your 30 min yoga for back pain and sciatica…I did modify the pose on the wall. Was able to get my foot position but not yet knee bent. I know I have a long road ahead but motivated to stop pain meds. I also have herniated disks lower back. So thank you. Will continue on a daily routine if possible. My pain level is at an 8. Gayl

    • Courtney Bell January 17, 2017

      Hi, thanks for writing! I wish you the best on your journey to be free from pain, and I am happy that the video is helping. Please let me know if there is anything that you need.

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