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Many thanks for buying this magazine and your support. We are delighted to feature some great content. We caught up with the Rock-star of the Yoga world, David Sye whose had various titles
Yoga Series For Young adults Facing or who have Faced cancer in Southampton and London
Cancer charity Trekstock have launched a restorative yoga series for young adults in their 20s and 30s who are directly a effected by cancer.
Monthly classes are now running in London and
Eden Hot Yoga founded by Rachel Park opened its doors in Essington, Staffordshire in April 2013. Due to the success and the overwhelming desire to o er their clients the best, April 2016 saw the relocation to a new state of the art purpose built
Seth’s unique background of tness, yoga, physiology, authentic and true to my core being, reminding me that and philosophy makes him stand out in the yoga everything I’m searching for, and all the answers I ever community. From a young age, Seth has been called an
Winter is finally here! It’s time to take out your jacket, scarf, snow boots and enjoy the cold weather! Isn’t it exciting? Though the cold weather may not be of some people’s preference, we strongly believe that all seasons have their unique charm. And before
How To Perform
• Begin in Warrior II with your left leg forward.
• Flip the left palm and inhale, rotating your arms so that your left arm reaches up to the sky and your right hand rests on your right thigh.
• Sink low in
In last September’s issue, Yoga Magazine teamed up with Kingfisher Sailing to launch a reader competition to win an exclusive seven day sailing and yoga retreat for two. Lucy Walker was our lucky winner and within a month found herself sailing along the beautiful coastline
As complementary and alternative medicines and yoga continue to enjoy a boom in popularity so does the need to raise standards and improve practice. The study of medical sciences is an essential part of the education of all complementary and alternative medicine practices including Yoga.
Get ready for a perfect yogic combination by
Since it was set up last year, Wild at Heart Foundation has worked tirelessly to support animal welfare projects, in particular to reduce the world’s 600 million stray dog population. It aims to achieve this by funding neutering programmes and cultural-change initiatives across the globe.