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  • LAST MINUTE DISCOUNT BOOK NOW RECEIVE $300 OFF SPECIAL: $300pp Discount for Yoga Journal Readers Welcome to the healthy holiday you’ve always wanted. Bali is enchanting and home to the world's most relaxing and enriching yoga and meditation retreats and also home to big hotels, gorgeous villas, swim-up bars and...

  • Looking for magic through meditation? You may be trying too hard, writes Paul Bedson Watch yourself closely as you are preparing to meditate and as you are meditating. Notice how much of your time is caught up with the subtle hope that something should happen… something transformative, wonderful, magical, mystical,...

  • A brilliant initivitive is helping the world breathe and do yoga. "We have fallen in Yogi Peace Club’s new Eco Initiative and their new yoga mat collection for Summer. Every Yoga Mat they sell they plant a native Australian tree! This collaboration is with the Australian not for profit company Carbon Neutral Charitable Fund. But...

  • Did you know you can already understand some Sanskrit? by Brett Parris  By the time you’ve taken your first yoga classes you are likely to have heard some Sanskrit words, even if it’s just the greeting namaste from the teacher, maybe a long oṃ to finish the class, or that sweet relief of śavāsana. The names for yoga poses almost all end in āsana,...

  • YJ talks to some of this year's BaliSpirit Festival attendees to see how the experience changed them In our fast-paced world, it requires a commitment to make time for oneself, for daily meditation and rituals, or exercising. Taking time to attend healing, yoga or recreation workshops and programs once in a while is a great act of self-love which...

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BOTANNIX YOGA 200 HOUR TEACHER TRAINING COURSE 2020 (FEB – MAY)

ABOUT THE COURSE Botannix Yoga Teacher Training course is an internationally accredited Yoga Alliance 200 hour Teacher Training course. Created by senior teacher Katie Rose (Manitsas); Botannix Yoga Teacher Training course offers an integrated approach to yoga incorporating hatha yoga practices (asana, pranayama, bandha) with jnana (scriptural studies), dhyana (meditation), bhakti (devotion) and nada (sacred sound), emphasising physical...

How to Host a Retreat

The in's and out's a planning and executing a successful yoga retreat The idea of hosting your first retreat can be both daunting and exhilarating. There are so many variables to consider. As yoga teachers and lovers of all things wellness, our expertise can often be far from that of the business-minded. The pressure is...

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How to Choose the Right Yoga Mat

What to look for when choosing your first yoga mat So you’ve decided to buy your own mat? Good for you. Your mat will become a place of peace and pain, pleasure and determination, a place of solitude and introspection. That humble rectangle will be there when you are at...

HOME PRACTICE: Understand the Psoas and Your Tummy Will Thank You

Yes, a toned core is great for bikini season. But, when you learn to access the deepest muscles, you will get benefits that are more than skin deep. Summer is not far off—and chances are good that people all over Australia want to tone up their tummies, and they’re adding...

Yog-ahhhhhhhh

If you haven’t already experienced the soothing powers of yoga firsthand, there’s ample evidence to support adding the practice to your pain-fighting arsenal. Neck pain Meditation may be the answer to easing recurring or chronic neck pain, a 2o15 study in The Journal of Pain 
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