7 Ways Yogis Can Practice Loving-Kindness in Response to COVID-19


The rapid spread of COVID-19 across the globe is causing a major state of overwhelm. Among many, a shared sense of powerlessness and fear persists as countries close their borders and business slows to a trickle, forcing many into unexpected unemployment.

Although it’s easy to panic during this challenging time, it is just as easy to practice compassion and respect for your neighbors, while also saving space for self-care. Here, seven ways to put metta (loving kindness) and ahimsa (non-violence) into action.

1. Support your local studio or yoga teacher

Opportunities for human interaction during mandatory quarantines and self-imposed isolation are at an all-time high. Thanks to digital technology, this opens the door for us to heal as a community in inventive ways. At-home workouts, yoga and meditation practices, and virtual therapy sessions and…

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