One Word This Yogi Swears By For Living A Joyful Life
Move the way that feels good. Tara Stiles, founder of Strala, has centered her work around helping people find ways to be easeful and joyful through yoga. For Tara, peak performance is about taking yoga off the mat and into relationships, teaching, and love. Doing this is one way to move through life in a way that’s natural and authentic.
Strala means "to radiate light" in Swedish. Living by example, Tara has grown an international presence and interest in Strala Yoga, which has led to book deals, international growth, and unprecedented opportunities to reach thousands through her teachings.
Most recently, Tara has become a new mom, facing a new set of challenges with raising a toddler. Watch this video to find out how she finds ease and grace and what inspires her to keep practicing.
Tara Stiles is the founder of Strala Yoga, a revolutionary approach to healing through movement. She's also the author of Clean Mind, Clean Body. Thousands of guides are leading Strala classes around the globe in partner studios, gyms, and clubs. Strala has been illustrated in a case study by Harvard Business School, and its philosophy of ease and conservation of energy are incorporated by business leaders, entrepreneurs, and well-being professionals.
Stiles teamed up with W Hotels on Fit with Tara Stiles—a program bringing Strala Yoga classes and healthy recipes to W properties around the globe. She collaborated with Reebok, working closely with the design team on their yoga lifestyle range, as well as developed a line of knitwear and homeware with Wool and the Gang. Stiles has authored several books including Yoga Cures, Make Your Own Rules Cookbook, and Strala Yoga, all translated and published in several languages. She has been profiled by the New York Times, Times of India, The Times.