Global tattoo-you Yoga Journal Global By YJ Editor | Feb 29, 2012 Share Facebook Twitter Google Plus Pinterest Email Comments In yoga class these days, students are revealing a lot more than skin; they’re expressing their commitment to the practice with yoga-inspired body art that features images of Hindu deities, Sanskrit mantras, and sacred symbols. Show us your yoga-inspired tattoo for a chance to be featured in Yoga Journal magazine and in a slideshow on Yogajournal.com. Send an email to email@example.com with the following: 1. a high-resolution photo of you and your tattoo (at least 300 dpi at 4×6 inches) 2. your name, age, city and state 3. your phone number and email address (for contact purposes only) 4. a short statement explaining the story of your tattoo. Why did you choose this particular image? When did you get it? How is it related to your understanding and practice of yoga and yoga philosophy? If there are words in the tattoo, what do they say? How does your tattoo inspire you in your practice and your life? Please note that by submitting your photo you give us the right to publish it in print and online. One image will be chosen to appear in the magazine. A variety of images will be displayed in the online slideshow. Photo credit: Clevelandgroove.com for YJevents.com. You Might Also Like Business of Yoga 3 Steps to Building a Powerful Yoga Community Communities can develop by simply having a studio or teaching in an ideal location, but a strong one takes more than that. The Yoga For You Early-Morning Yoga Not Required Neal Pollack never grew used to early-morning classes. So he stopped, and started doing yoga whenever he wants, and it's just fine. Blog Kino MacGregor’s Yoga Practice for Deep Holiday Presence You don’t need to be a master of advanced asana to drop into the deepest level of yourself each day. The star of this sequence is the breath.