Our Wellbeing is Interconnected

It’s an honor to practice ease with you daily on Strala Home, and whenever the mood strikes you. When I log for our LIVE yoga sessions and see friends from the Midwest, all over Europe, Asia, India, South America, to up the street in Brooklyn, and beyond, I wonder, how is it that we are all awake at the same time, and wow, this feels pretty darn close to our in person gatherings. In person is magic, but online is pretty great. We work with what we’ve got and this time has reminded us that community is everywhere.

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100+Hour Shiatsu Training

This training is a special chance for renewal and discovery of new practices for healing – through shiatsu, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and holistically.

For leaders interested in carrying new skill-sets into your work, it’s also a Leadership Training which provides a 100+Hour Healing Leadership Certification. You’ll graduate with a formal diploma, and your hours and degrees are all confirmed on our site.


Ceizer x Strala for GARDP

We’re honored to collaborate with my friend Ceizer to bring this limited edition Strala Yoga x Ceizer Feel Good Gang t-shirt to you, to raise funds for the Global Antibiotic Research and Development Partnership. GARDP mobilizes resources and partners to develop lifesaving treatments for drug-resistant infections. 100% of the profits from these shirts will go to GARDP to help save lives. Grab a shirt, grab one for a friend, share on social, and let’s do this together.


Resources and Connection

Community is essential to our wellbeing, and we’re experiencing our need for connection now more than ever.

Enjoy our FREE practice library of yoga, meditation, tai chi & shiatsu.

Tara is offering free yoga practice on Sundays at 8am on her personal Instagram.

Our live studio, Strala Home, is ready for you to practice anytime.

Welcome home to your ease.

“Strala Yoga is an elegantly simple and sophisticated way to move our breath, and our whole self into the state we need, to create who we want to be:
the optimal expression of ourselves.”

– Dr. Rudolph Tanzi –

Chair of Neurology at Harvard and Director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital

About Strala Yoga

Strala Yoga combines the movement and healing wisdom of tai chi with the practice forms of yoga, tai chi, qigong, and Traditional Chinese Medicine, as a way to help people release stress, heal, and move more easily through all kinds of challenge.

Strala Yoga is practiced in more than 100 countries, and thousands of people are leading Strala Yoga in studios, gyms, and schools worldwide. Even more Strala Yoga Training graduates bring what they learn to their office, team, healing practice, and across all of life. It’s an inspiring group of leaders in business and government, art and architecture, schools and families.



Thank you for teaching everyone the tools to heal through your work. I cannot explain how shocked I am that taking your approach has so rapidly changed something that in the past I’ve spent thousands of dollars seeking experts to help “fix” and would have left me in debilitating pain for weeks, followed by significant impairments in day-to-day functioning for months. I am truly grateful to have found Strala. It’s a relief not to have that mental weight of chronic pain, and liberating to know I don’t have to hold so much fear around it.


Nutritionist and Wellness Guide

I have been doing yoga for 30 years. I have had teachers of all kinds. Taking lessons from Tara has been more useful to me than taking yoga from anyone else.

Dr. Deepak Chopra

Mind-Body Medicine Pioneer

Strala is a powerful and revolutionary approach to self-care that decreases our stress burden, supports what’s right with our bodies, and leads to astonishing levels of both health and fitness.Our sense of connection to our true inner self comes naturally with the easygoing process of Strala Yoga. This is the yoga revolution that readily brings spiritual practice into our everyday lives.

Dr. Rudolph Tanzi

Harvard Professor of Neurology and Director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital