We asked readers to share stories of how yoga has impacted their lives. The response was overwhelming, to say the least. From helping to ease depression and suicidal thoughts to ameliorating physical pain, yoga has, without a doubt, the power to change lives. Here, five standout stories of recovery and renewal.
Today, we’re highlighting people from around the world who are incorporating yoga into their lives.
As a child, Ebony Smith survived sexual assault but didn’t have the tools to cope with the trauma until years later, when she found yoga. Now, she’s bringing the practice to her community, and others in crisis.
Did This Week’s Immigration News Make Your Head Spin? Take Action with This International Day of Yoga Practice
Seems like there's no better time than International Day of Yoga to remember our interconnectedness with all human beings—and do something to help promote the well-being of everyone. Here, master teacher Amy Ippoliti shows us how.
Yogis worldwide will be celebrating the Summer Solstice and International Day of Yoga on June 21st. Here, we picked just 10 of the events and festivals around the globe that will be saluting the season and our practice this week.
In honor of the second International Day of Yoga, Yoga Journal is proud to present a peek into the practices of 18 global yogis, photographed in locations around the world by Robert Sturman.
Practice on International Day of Yoga in the Florida Keys with a unique early-morning class, as the full moon sets on one side of the Seven-Mile Bridge and the summer sun rises on the other side.
Grab your mat and practice with yogis around the world for the first-ever International Day of Yoga on June 21, the summer solstice.
This Kundalini Sun Salutation is tied to reverence and prayer and likely looks more like the Sun Salutation the rishis of old might have practiced.