We are delighted to start 2019 with a magazine packed with informative and interesting features, tips and plenty of yoga, both practical and theoretical. In the coming months YOGA Magazine will cover even more yoga articles and ways in which you can practically apply it
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This month we look at the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit to see whether its use is important for our yoga practice, and with today’s modern technological society full of stimulus and distractions such as social media, it’s important to take some downtime to concentrate
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This month we feature three Kundalini meditation exercises for improving our prosperity so we can achieve success and a harmonious life, for the benefit of ourselves and others, and there are some excellent yogic tips to help you transition from autumn to winter.
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YOGA Magazine brings you news, features, celebrity interviews and everything that’s new in the world of yoga. YOGA Magazine was launched in February 2003 and recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Regular features include our Teacher of the Month master class, with poses and sequences for
DORSAL FIN POSE
(ARDHA PINCHA MAYURASANA VARIATION)
HOW TO PERFORM
From Tabletop pose, lower the forearms to the floor, wrap opposite fingers around the shoulders to check the right distance for the elbows on ground.
Place the left hand behind the line of the right elbow with the left
INTENSE SIDE STRETCH POSE
HOW TO PERFORM
From standing Tadasana (Mountain pose), inhale to step right foot back and turn it out to about 45 degrees.
Keep both legs firm and straight. Exhale to ground your feet.
Inhale, spread toes and activate your legs (if doing full pose bring
RECLINING BUTTERFLY POSE
(SUPTA BADDHA KONASANA)
HOW TO PERFORM
Lie back and step your feet in so knees are pointing up to the ceiling.
Carefully lower the knees towards either side with the soles of the feet touching. Rather than pressing the knees towards the floor allow them to