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YJ's February Issue

Prep for 2017 with yogic wisdom and tools from our February issue—before it hits newsstands. Cover model Heather Lilleston offers a practice to fuel your willpower for transformation. Then discover how to use your enneagram number to inform your practice. Deepen your knowledge of the psoas, your body's all-important hip flexor. Then work it in Heron Pose (Krounchasana).


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Study Finds Yoga Injuries Are on the Rise (Plus, 4 Ways to Avoid Them)

If you’ve gotten hurt during a yoga class, you’re not alone. A new study found that yoga injuries are on the rise, especially among older adults. Here are 4 ways to avoid getting hurt.


The Yoga Of Photography: 5 Tips For Taking More Intuitive Pics

Photographer Mindy Véissid shares how listening to your gut and intuition can help you take the perfect photographer.


7 Things To Know About Katonah Yoga

Don’t know Katonah? Meet the upstate New York yoga style, incorporating Taoist principles, Chinese medicine, and sacred geometry, that’s trending all the way to LA.


Bikram Choudhury Ordered to Turn Over Business Proceeds, Car Collection

Things just keep getting worse for Bikram Choudhury. A judge has ordered the Bikram Yoga founder to turn over the proceeds from his business to go toward a $6.8 million judgment his former employee won against him last year.


Ayurveda 101: 5 Ways to Eat Dairy (Without Tummy Trouble)

If you feel uncomfortable after consuming milk or cheese, the true culprit might not be dairy itself, but HOW you’re eating dairy, says John Douillard, co-leader of our new Ayurveda 101 course. Here, he offers 5 tips for eating dairy to help you reduce digestive discomfort and improve your health.


Trend to Try: Rise and Rave at a Daybreaker Event

While most dance parties end in the wee hours, these trending events starting at 6 a.m. are inspiring yogis across the country to rise and rave—minus the alcohol and drugs.