Yoga Journal recently caught up with Los Angeles-based yoga teacher, health and wellness expert, and certified raw food chef, Sophie Jaffe about finding your happy place. As a mother of two and entrepreneur, finding the balance between work and life is at the forefront of her ability to create and spread happiness to those around her. From where she lives, to those moments that create vibrancy, here are her tips and tricks to creating a smile and passing it on.
The Live Be Yoga team headed to secluded Gambier Island in British Columbia, Canada, last week to meet beautiful Gaia instructor Kate Potter. We could tell right away that Kate was kind; she exudes a sense of pure contentment and delight. What we didn't anticipate was how warmly and swiftly she would wrap us up into her close and genuine group of neighbors.
Trisha Meili, the woman who became known as "the Central Park jogger" after she was brutally beaten and raped in New York City in 1989, says yoga and mindfulness have helped her recover from the traumatic brain injury she suffered as a result of the attack.
Urban Zen helps sick patients and their caregivers overcome pain, anxiety, nausea, insomnia, constipation, and exhaustion through yoga.
It's officially the heart of summer, and with sunny days comes a thirst for adventure: road trips, campouts, and outdoor activities (SUP yoga, anyone?). With all this excitement, it can be easy to let go of your total health and wellness. Here are 5 tips for keeping your energy level high, your mood calm, and your body healthy.
In the past three months, the Live Be Yoga tour has been inspired by so many yoga many practitioners from all walks of life. But former professional snowboarder Kevin Pearce taught me that matter what happens to us, we can deliberately choose to give back, save lives, and hold on to the purpose we’ve been given, even if it turns into something we never could have imagined.
Live Be Yoga Tour Ambassador Tarah Stuht says goodbye to her stuff and hits the road with Yoga Journal and Gaia. First stop: New York City.
Yoga teacher-training programs are bursting at the seams with students looking to delve more deeply into their practices, supplement their income, or change careers entirely. New statistics from Yoga Alliance provides at glimpse of the landscape for these trainees.
Last October, yoga teacher Lisa Rueff headed to Haiti to help out after the earthquake. "Haiti has truly captivated my heart," she told Buzz. "The Haitian people exemplify gratitude, strength, and perseverance. Amidst so much heartache, the Haitians choose to...
It isn't often that your doctor takes off his coat, puts on shorts, and leads a yoga class. Unless your doctor is Loren Fishman, MD. Fishman is the medical director of Manhattan Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in New York City,...
Birch's method is the yoga of choice for many athletic Americans.