Are you a yogi and a writer? Write for Us

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Write for Siddhi Yoga

If you are a yogi and a writer, we might be interested in publishing your work. Our main demographic is women between 18-35, and we want articles that are 2,000 – 5,000 words. They should be research-based and engaging.

Topics we Accept

Yoga, Ayurveda, Nutrition, Healthcare. You must be a qualified professional in the respective fields. Ayurveda articles are accepted from qualified ayurvedic doctors only, and similarly, Nutrition related articles are taken from Nutritionist only.

How to Apply

If your work meets the standards described above, please familiarize yourself with our guidelines below. They directly impact whether or not an idea is accepted. Once you’ve edited your work to meet these guidelines, please send a list of proposed topics or a completed article to contact[at]siddhiyoga.com. We will be in touch. We receive a lot of requests every day. If you do not hear from us within seven working days, please do not waste your time sending reminders.

Content Guidelines

  • Articles must be based on facts and data, not personal opinion.
  • Link authoritative sources and references for any specialized knowledge. Reputable publications should be cited, not Wikipedia or blogs.
  • All sources can be hyperlinked over the text to which they are referring.
  • Avoid filler language and repetitive words. Every sentence should add valuable information.
  • Assume our readers already have a general knowledge of yoga.
  • Be as detailed and specific as you can be.

Formatting Guidelines

  • Break the article into natural headings and sections to improve readability.
  • Keep paragraphs concise, using around three sentences.
  • Avoid extremely long sentences.

Style Guidelines

  • Any number over nine is written numerically: (10, 11, 12, 50,000, 75). Any number under nine is written out (nine, eight, seven, six, one).
  • Do not use the Oxford comma.
  • Always explain the first use of Sanskrit words, unless it is common knowledge. Examples: 1. “It’s a difficult asana (yoga pose).” 2. “It’s a difficult asana or yoga pose.”
  • Use only one space between sentences.
  • Use long dashes (—), not short dashes (-).
  • Spelling and grammar should be perfect. We won’t accept grammatically incorrect work.
  • All photography must be cited appropriately or public domain. Include this information with your submission.
  • Sanskrit words must be Italic.
  • Format your headings/sub-heading properly with H1/H2/H3/H4 etc.

Sample Template: SEO-Based List Post

This is an in-depth list post. Every list item needs to be developed into something that gives actionable information in relation to the article’s title. The goal is to create a post that is entertaining, informative, and easy to read.

Examples:

  • 10 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Intermittent Fasting
  • 12 Amazing Health Benefits of Turmeric

Section 1: Introduction

50 – 100 words

  • Include the exact keyword as naturally as possible.
  • Explain why the topic is essential.
  • Be enthusiastic without including fluff (“amazing” “very” “extraordinary”).
  • Keep it short, concise, and light.

Section 2: List Items

100 – 250 words per list item

  • Each list item should have a subtitle.
  • Example: 5) Kale Helps You Lose Weight
  • Write the list item and back it up with sources. Consider visual sources like video and photography, too.

Section 3: Conclusion

50 – 100 words

  • Conclude with a call-to-action directed towards Siddhi Yoga’s training programs or newsletter.
  • Consider including a question about the reader’s response to the topic of the article.