An open yoga community supporting positive relationships across identities.
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Setu’s intention is to amplify the understanding that yoga is for everyone — all gender identities, sexual identities, ethnicities, races, and body types.

Visit our yoga teacher directory to find teachers around the world who actively use their practice to support the health and wellness of all people to extend care and respect on the mat and beyond. Learn more about them on our blog.


Browse our directory to discover diverse teachers of different backgrounds. Click through to each teacher’s page and read their bio to learn about their style of yoga. You can even learn where they teach locally.


Read interviews and personal stories from teachers in the Setu community.

So if the issue of diversity and inclusion have been posed, and we haven’t been able to include people on a yogic level, then what are the next steps? Sara Clark says what comes next needs to start with representation.  “I really think any type of wellness company needs to look at their staff. Who are they hiring? They need to question their diversity. There needs to be more voices in this. Just by hiring more people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, and people with differences of ability can make a shift.”

Read our interview with Sara on the Setu blog


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