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Yoga Journal

March/April 2019
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.

Quiet Time

Inside the Meditation Technique Some Call A “Brain Orgasm” • ASMR meditation has developed a serious following. Here’s what happened when senior editor Lindsay Tucker tried it for a week.

Hooray for Hemp • CBD—THC’s non-psychoactive cousin—has gone from taboo to total-wellness staple. Here, seven spiked treats for spring.

Empowered Youth • The nonprofit Konscious Youth Development & Service New Jersey teaches children and adults in Asbury Park how to live mindfully and bring positive change to their community.

Respect Your Curves • Your spine was built to support you. Learning how to maintain its natural shape means you breathe better, stand taller, and can sit in meditation for longer.

Seated Poses

Cyndi Lee • Combining asana and Tibetan Buddhism, the founder of OM Yoga Center gives us a glimpse into how she sequences slow flow vinyasa classes with a contemplative touch.

A MOMENT FOR DETOX • Yoga Journal sat down with yoga and meditation teacher Chelsey Korus to share a simple detox meditation that can be done anytime, anywhere, with your next cup of tea. Watch the guided video meditation at yogajournal.com/chelseydownshift.

Ardha Parivrtta Agni Utkatasana • Half Rotated Standing Fire Log Pose (If Ankle-to-Knee and Utkatasana had a baby)

SPRING CLEAN YOUR DIET WITH AYURVEDA

Delicious Dal • Try this tri-doshic dal from yoga teacher Eoin Finn, founder of Blissology Yoga, and his wife, yoga teacher and Ayurvedic cook Insiya Rasiwala-Finn.

FREE YOUR MIND

Mind Matters • Thoughts have powerful frequency and the ability to transform reality. Here’s how you can—and why you should—work with your own thoughts to manifest a bright future.

Mind, Body & Spirit

Improving Breath In Your Practice

Into the Mystic • Psychedelics are having a moment. Psychiatrists are administering magic mushrooms in medical centers while yogis host ceremonies with psychoactive tea. This resurgence in research and recreational use may have something to teach us about spiritual enlightenment. Here, we explore the latest frontiers in altered consciousness.

teachers(plus) • Teach with peace of mind knowing we’ve got you covered with affordable yoga instructor liability insurance. Plus elevate your teaching with online courses, premium content, benefits, discounts and more—all with your Teachers(Plus) membership!

Can You Buy Your Way to enlightenment? • We examined the science behind five high-tech meditation aids to find out if they're worth the hype.

YOGA JOURNAL studio community • GET FREE PRODUCT INTO THE HANDS OF YOUR STUDIO MEMBERS! Join Yoga Journal’s Studio Community and we’ll connect you with leading yoga, health and wellness brands to have new product releases and exclusive discount offers delivered right to your studio to be displayed at registration. No catch. No cost. Just free stuff!

yj to go • Follow Yoga Journal for daily exclusive content on the topics you care about most. Browse our encyclopedia of yoga poses, study up on Ayurvedic practices, learn in-depth anatomy, and deepen your practice with our online yoga classes.

Get Meditated • Keep standing up your date with that meditation cushion? Until you find a meditation style that resonates with you, it can be tough to stick to a consistent practice. Enter Yoga Journal's month-long meditation challenge. Whether you love a simple guided session or want to explore the subtle body’s depths, here’s what you need to know about five meditation styles and how to try each, so you can (finally!) establish a daily practice.

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Frequency: One time Pages: 92 Publisher: Pocket Outdoor Media, LLC Edition: March/April 2019

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: February 12, 2019

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.

Quiet Time

Inside the Meditation Technique Some Call A “Brain Orgasm” • ASMR meditation has developed a serious following. Here’s what happened when senior editor Lindsay Tucker tried it for a week.

Hooray for Hemp • CBD—THC’s non-psychoactive cousin—has gone from taboo to total-wellness staple. Here, seven spiked treats for spring.

Empowered Youth • The nonprofit Konscious Youth Development & Service New Jersey teaches children and adults in Asbury Park how to live mindfully and bring positive change to their community.

Respect Your Curves • Your spine was built to support you. Learning how to maintain its natural shape means you breathe better, stand taller, and can sit in meditation for longer.

Seated Poses

Cyndi Lee • Combining asana and Tibetan Buddhism, the founder of OM Yoga Center gives us a glimpse into how she sequences slow flow vinyasa classes with a contemplative touch.

A MOMENT FOR DETOX • Yoga Journal sat down with yoga and meditation teacher Chelsey Korus to share a simple detox meditation that can be done anytime, anywhere, with your next cup of tea. Watch the guided video meditation at yogajournal.com/chelseydownshift.

Ardha Parivrtta Agni Utkatasana • Half Rotated Standing Fire Log Pose (If Ankle-to-Knee and Utkatasana had a baby)

SPRING CLEAN YOUR DIET WITH AYURVEDA

Delicious Dal • Try this tri-doshic dal from yoga teacher Eoin Finn, founder of Blissology Yoga, and his wife, yoga teacher and Ayurvedic cook Insiya Rasiwala-Finn.

FREE YOUR MIND

Mind Matters • Thoughts have powerful frequency and the ability to transform reality. Here’s how you can—and why you should—work with your own thoughts to manifest a bright future.

Mind, Body & Spirit

Improving Breath In Your Practice

Into the Mystic • Psychedelics are having a moment. Psychiatrists are administering magic mushrooms in medical centers while yogis host ceremonies with psychoactive tea. This resurgence in research and recreational use may have something to teach us about spiritual enlightenment. Here, we explore the latest frontiers in altered consciousness.

teachers(plus) • Teach with peace of mind knowing we’ve got you covered with affordable yoga instructor liability insurance. Plus elevate your teaching with online courses, premium content, benefits, discounts and more—all with your Teachers(Plus) membership!

Can You Buy Your Way to enlightenment? • We examined the science behind five high-tech meditation aids to find out if they're worth the hype.

YOGA JOURNAL studio community • GET FREE PRODUCT INTO THE HANDS OF YOUR STUDIO MEMBERS! Join Yoga Journal’s Studio Community and we’ll connect you with leading yoga, health and wellness brands to have new product releases and exclusive discount offers delivered right to your studio to be displayed at registration. No catch. No cost. Just free stuff!

yj to go • Follow Yoga Journal for daily exclusive content on the topics you care about most. Browse our encyclopedia of yoga poses, study up on Ayurvedic practices, learn in-depth anatomy, and deepen your practice with our online yoga classes.

Get Meditated • Keep standing up your date with that meditation cushion? Until you find a meditation style that resonates with you, it can be tough to stick to a consistent practice. Enter Yoga Journal's month-long meditation challenge. Whether you love a simple guided session or want to explore the subtle body’s depths, here’s what you need to know about five meditation styles and how to try each, so you can (finally!) establish a daily practice.

Companions for...


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