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Hugging Meditation: Deepen Your Practice with a Mindful Embrace
Hugging meditation, made famous by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, is rooted in the belief that a good hug can have transformative effects. Learn how.
The Art of Teaching Yoga: 5 Things Your Students Wish They Could Tell You
Our Art of Teaching Yoga trainers offer insight into 5 things yoga students wish their teachers would do more (or less) of.
What Your Sign Says About Your Love Life
Turns out, how you feel about Valentine’s Day—and your love life in general—is influenced by your sign, or more specifically, your “element,” says author and astrologer Debra Silverman.
Gabrielle Bernstein’s Kundalini Meditation for Oneness
Like it or not, you can’t avoid people or parts of yourself that seriously frustrate you. The key to peace? Feeling even more connected to them through this meditation.
Inside YJ’s YTT: Discovering the Power of the Breath + the Mind
Yoga Journal associate art director Abigail Biegert shares two lasting lessons she learned in yoga teacher training this week.
Is Floating the New Meditation?
Float Therapy is on the rise. Find out why this womb-like experience just might elevate the way you meditate.