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Yoga Journal

May - June 2021
Magazine

Yoga Journal offers all practitioners—from beginners to masters—expert information on how to live a healthier, happier, more fulfilling life both on and off the mat.

Yoga Journal

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Our Contributors Share How They Build Resilence

Navigate the Drama of Eclipse Season • WE ARE ENTERING eclipse season! Eclipse periods foreshadow themes in our personal lives that need work. When we align with these divine cycles by taking time for self-reflection, we can tap deeply into our purpose and be a stabilizing force and resource for our communities.

Nature’s Rx: Grow Your Green Thumb

3 Ways to Ease Insomina

Deepen Your Practice

Celebrate Summer WITH THIS Veggie Cobb Salad

One Chef's Pandemic Pivot: Feeding Those in Need

A Forest-Bathing Picnic? Yes, Please.

Here’s What Happened When I Binge-Watched Wellness Documentaries

Balance Your Moods by Understanding the Doshas

Shira-Sukham Asanam: Cultivating Comfort and Steadiness

Plank Pose • Strengthen your core, shoulders, and arms while building confidence and body awareness.

Plank Pose Variations

Build a Strong Core Without Sit-Ups

Dial Down Anxiety with This Stress-Busting Sequence

THE IMPORTANCE OF SLOW-FLOW YOGA In a Fast-Paced World

Develop Gratitude with the Gayatri Mantra

The Golden Age of Dr. Gail • Psychologist, author, and yoga therapist Gail Parker’s yoga journey is a study in embracing every stage of your life with grace.

THE YOGI’S GUIDE TO Better Mental Health • We’ve battled a global pandemic. Now experts say our next big health crisis is a mental one. Here, the latest science, expert advice, and mind-healing practices to help you grow and thrive.

Teachers Share Works They Read at the End of Class


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Frequency: One time Pages: 92 Publisher: Pocket Outdoor Media, LLC Edition: May - June 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: May 4, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Health & Fitness

Languages

English

Yoga Journal offers all practitioners—from beginners to masters—expert information on how to live a healthier, happier, more fulfilling life both on and off the mat.

Yoga Journal

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Our Contributors Share How They Build Resilence

Navigate the Drama of Eclipse Season • WE ARE ENTERING eclipse season! Eclipse periods foreshadow themes in our personal lives that need work. When we align with these divine cycles by taking time for self-reflection, we can tap deeply into our purpose and be a stabilizing force and resource for our communities.

Nature’s Rx: Grow Your Green Thumb

3 Ways to Ease Insomina

Deepen Your Practice

Celebrate Summer WITH THIS Veggie Cobb Salad

One Chef's Pandemic Pivot: Feeding Those in Need

A Forest-Bathing Picnic? Yes, Please.

Here’s What Happened When I Binge-Watched Wellness Documentaries

Balance Your Moods by Understanding the Doshas

Shira-Sukham Asanam: Cultivating Comfort and Steadiness

Plank Pose • Strengthen your core, shoulders, and arms while building confidence and body awareness.

Plank Pose Variations

Build a Strong Core Without Sit-Ups

Dial Down Anxiety with This Stress-Busting Sequence

THE IMPORTANCE OF SLOW-FLOW YOGA In a Fast-Paced World

Develop Gratitude with the Gayatri Mantra

The Golden Age of Dr. Gail • Psychologist, author, and yoga therapist Gail Parker’s yoga journey is a study in embracing every stage of your life with grace.

THE YOGI’S GUIDE TO Better Mental Health • We’ve battled a global pandemic. Now experts say our next big health crisis is a mental one. Here, the latest science, expert advice, and mind-healing practices to help you grow and thrive.

Teachers Share Works They Read at the End of Class


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