In this divine Spring issue, we look to our homes, since so many of us are stuck in them, and how we remain healthy, happy and active in these strange and challenging times. Full of home practices, poses, Ayurvedic tips and feel-good yogic ponderings, this issue is a valuable tool in lockdown
We’re still battling the pandemic, but the end is in sight. But our next big crisis is a mental health one, say the experts. This issue has a special section on the latest science, expert advice and mind-healing practices to help you and your students grow and thrive.
The pandemic has seen a drastic rise of online yoga teaching, from zoom classes to apps, as we all search for ways to stay connected. We take a deep dive into the yogic cyberspace to find out what’s working and how can cope better.
The moon has a rich symbolic significance in yoga mythology. In hatha yoga, for example, the sun and the moon represent the two polar
The full version of Vasisthasana, as taught by BKS Iyengar, with the top leg raised perpendicular to the floor, is beyond the capacity of
When Pamela Stokes Eggleston became her war-wounded husband’s primary caregiver, she gave her practice away. That wasn’t good for either of them. PHOTOs: Christopher Dougherty
Creating your own home practice can be daunting, but the results will nourish and sustain you throughout the year.