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#TGIF GIVEAWAY! Win a Leaf Health Tracker by BellaBeat

In the spirit of getting excited for the weekend, Yoga Journal and BellaBeat are giving away a Leaf Nature tracker to measure your way to better sleep, breath and reproductive health. Enter here.


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Half-Off on all Yoga & Health Online Courses!

Today and tomorrow, save 50% on our online yoga courses at AIM Healthy U. Don't miss the classics! Rediscover the fundamentals of asana in Vinyasa 101 with Eddie Modestini, foster your inner light in Goddess Yoga with Sianna Sherman, and set up for a tranquil holiday in Yoga for Inner Peace with Colleen Saidman. Sign up now.

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5 Trauma-Sensitive Tips for Speaking to Your Yoga Students

In part three of our series on teaching trauma-sensitive yoga, teacher Daniel Sernicola offers tips for being more considerate with your language and tone in every yoga class.


Ayurveda 101: The Best Pranayama for Your Dosha

You probably know that your diet should change with the seasons, but according to Ayurveda, even your pranayama should be tweaked three times a year, says Larissa Hall Carlson, former dean of Kripalu’s School of Ayurveda and the co-leader of Yoga Journal’s upcoming Ayurveda 101 course.


10 Reasons to Make Time for Yin Yoga When You’re Too Busy

Think you don’t have time to slow down? Yoga Medicine teacher Shannon Stephens makes a case for why yin yoga may be the best practice for your busiest times.


Yes, Yoga Really Can Change the World (We Have Proof!)

In the midst of post-election protests and fear, yoga teacher Daniel Sernicola shares two heartening stories of how people—and the world—really can change and urges yogis to continue doing our part.


Q&A with NYC Yoga Teacher Kat Fowler: On Holidays and Home

Yoga Journal sat down with Kat Fowler to discuss the holidays, home and essential oils.


A Thanksgiving Lesson for the Whole Family from Dolly Parton

In her new children’s book, Coat of Many Colors—based on her classic 1971 song—country music legend Dolly Parton reminds us to be grateful for everything we do have, no matter how modest it may seem.