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Business of Yoga expert Karen Mozes, who has a lot to be grateful for this season, shares her unique personal practice.
From honoring the moon, prayer, meditation, and ritual fasting, these five yogis show us how they found the connection between yoga and Islam.
One of the nice things about meditation is that when we sit with these moments as they arise, we start to trust in them and in the dark grace.
Lama Tsultrim Allione—one of the first American women ordained as a Tibetan Buddhist nun—shares what she’s learned about love, life, and liberty while researching dakinis, or fierce female messengers of wisdom.
The guiding principle of Qi Gong is the coordination of the eyes with the body movements.
The best part? Pour yourself a cup of tea and you can do it, too.
Whether you’re on the mat or on the couch, these are our favorite quarantine-appropriate podcasts for these strange and stressful times.
Wondering how the sun, moon, and stars might affect your yoga practice or teaching this month? Here are the big, astrological shifts happening right now, plus expert advice on how to get inspired by these seasonal and energetic changes.
Nine leading yoga teachers give us an inside look at how they pray, manifest what they want in their lives, and more.
If you want to reach your full potential, Baron Baptiste suggests starting with self-inquiry.
Do you feel stuck? In part 4 of this kriya yoga series, yoga teacher Laura Riley shares three stages of svadhyaya practice to help you live life as who you truly are.
Baron Baptiste, who leads YJ's upcoming course The Power of Play, explains how yoga clears out old mental and physical clutter, setting you up for new possibilities.
Your relationship with self requires conscious nurturing. In part 3 of this kriya yoga series, yoga teacher Laura Riley shares how your communication with others can get in the way.