YJ's March 2016 Issue

Heal thyself with our March issue packed with holistic hints and tips to restore your body, including a roundup of DIY remedies for common aches and pains, four recipes for the classic Indian comfort food dal, a feature on why more western doctors are prescribing yoga, a yoga sequence to train your brain to relaxand cover yogi Alexandria Crow's Yogapedia sequence leading to the all-soothing Headstand


Which Reader Should Be on Our Cover?

Last year, Yoga Journal launched a campaign to find one passionate and dedicated yogi to pose for a special cover of the magazine. We were flooded with inspiring applications from readers. Narrowing it down to five nominees was hard to say the least. Now we call upon you to make the final decision: Who would you like to see on a YJ cover this summer? Read their stories and vote now.


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.

The Fruit You Need to Reverse Osteoporosis

Move over, milk: Turns out dried plums (a.k.a. prunes) are a great way to prevent—and even reverse—osteoporosis, according to a recent study in the British Journal of Nutrition.

3 Ways The Art of Teaching Yoga Will Make You a Better Teacher

We asked Alexandria Crow, who will lead our upcoming Art of Teaching Yoga workshop, for 3 ways this groundbreaking course will make YOU a better teacher.

Why a Tiny Home May Make You More Present

Tiny homes are sprouting up everywhere, and financial liberation is only one of the perks.

Inside YJ’s YTT: 7 Self-Care Tips for Success in Teacher Training

From the philosophy lessons and inner work to the homework and teaching practice, a YTT is a transformative experience. A few key self-care strategies can really help.

Yoga Girl’s 5 Tips for Cultivating a World-Changing Spirit Within

Rachel Brathen says you can let your personal challenges and trauma obscure the big picture or use them as motivation to create change.