Los Angeles-based teacher Sesa O'Connor talks to YJ about her spiritual upbringing, raising a little yogi solo, and the booming yoga industry.
Lauren opens up about about the recent loss of her father to pancreatic cancer and how her yoga practice helped her navigate his final months.
Trust your gut. Follow your instincts. Do what your heart tells you. There are so many ways we talk about heeding our intuition, and yet for many of us it remains a challenge. Below, Los Angeles–based yoga teacher Caley Alyssa shares ways to boost self-confidence and tune in to the voice within—both on and off the mat.
Part of our mission at Yoga Journal is to expand the conversation and include a more diverse group of yogis in print and on the web.
Last year’s Live Be Yoga Tour was so inspiring, we’re doing it again—only this time it’s all about capturing a snapshot of the unique yoga culture in each city we visit. To help us out: our intrepid new ambassadors, Rosie Acosta and Brant Williams.
Los Angeles-based SmartFLOW teacher trainer Tiffany Russo reminds us how our yoga practice can help us all stay grounded and cultivate community again.
Meet February cover model Heather Lilleston, cofounder of Yoga for Bad People.
Longtime yoga teacher and this month’s cover model Giselle Mari is no stranger to change. While many of us might resist the unknown and cling to the past, she’s accepting change with a refreshing passion and inspiring lightheartedness.
Not only is Liz Arch's practice powerful, she also has an incredibly kind spirit despite having been the victim of domestic violence. Find her story here.
After Elena Brower's mother passed this year, she found a deeper connection to her meditation practice and with her family.
Urban Zen helps sick patients and their caregivers overcome pain, anxiety, nausea, insomnia, constipation, and exhaustion through yoga.
Vinyasa teacher Mary Beth LaRue is one of those instructors you just want to practice with in the hopes that some of her vibrant energy will rub off.
Alexandria Crow learned the hard way about yoga injuries. Now, she focuses on therapeutic yoga to heal and transform her body.
Yoga Journal editor-in-chief Carin Gorrell gets candid about her own fears and insecurities pre-YTT. Sound familiar?