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Join Us: An Evening with Deepak Chopra, YJLIVE in New York City

What happens when modern science reaches a crucial turning point that challenges everything we know about reality? Join New York Times bestselling author Deepak Chopra as he shares new insights from his latest book, You Are the Universe, exploring important questions about our place in the world. Don't miss him at Yoga Journal LIVE! in NYC, April 21. Get tickets.


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Our March 2017 Issue Is Here!

Indulge your wanderlust with YJ this month: 16 teachers divulge their favorite yoga escapes. An editor takes us on her pilgrimage to India. Discover how to draw on practices from around the globe using nature's five elements. Incorporate healing spices from Indian cuisine into your regular meal rotation, and so much more.  

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Ayurveda 101: 3 Ways to Cleanse Your Body for Spring (and Burn Fat)

The first day of spring is still two weeks away, but it’s already time to start changing your diet for “nature’s new year,” says John Douillard, co-leader of Yoga Journal’s new online course, Ayurveda 101.


The Pros and Cons of Delving into Politics as a Yoga Teacher

Yoga Journal LIVE presenter Amy Ippoliti explores where politics fit into the yoga space.


Dharma Mittra Aims for Most Headstands Ever for World Peace

Looking for a yogic way to spread the word that love is the answer? To raise awareness for world peace, Sri Dharma Mittra and yoga teacher Mark Kan will attempt to gather the most people ever in Headstand in London.


Out There: Find Your Yoga Soundtrack at Treefort Music Festival

Boise’s Treefort Music Fest combines the vibrancy of a music festival with the ultimate communal yoga experience for an inspiring, spirit-lifting weekend.


Yes, You Can Land Vacation Benefits as a Yoga Teacher

While yoga careers come with plenty of perks, paid vacation isn’t usually part of the package. Some companies, however, are offering yoga teachers pretty appealing travel opportunities—if you’re willing to work for them.


8 Steps Yogis Can Take to Turn Political Anxiety Into Mindful Activism

Feel like you’re spinning in circles lately or worrying without recourse? Seek out ways you can serve others. In these times of especially inciting politics, our country needs yogis. Here’s how to breathe and fight on.