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Posted February 8, 2011
I trust their information on how to do yoga and practice being more yogic. What I like best is two of their regular features - one is a focus on a particular pose, where they have an experienced teacher break it down for you and they use a series of pictures. The other is similar but is more about a short practice to help with a part of the body or issue - also with several pages of pose-by-pose illustration. The rest is also useful and I agree with the other reviewer that I do read _every_ part of the journal. Afterwards I always feel more like practicing and maybe even somewhat enlightened about how to improve my outlook/feelings/spirituality. (They are not overly hokey new age although there are features about spirituality sometimes.) They have been delivering serious and well edited information and inspiration for long before the "fad" took hold in the 90's. Also they list where to find studios for all types of yoga.
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Posted June 17, 2014
I have been a reader for years but will never again pick up this magazine or attend one of their conferences again.
This "health and wellness" publication just published a pro-drug article in its pages (June 2014).
Do we really live in a world where I cannot get away from permissive views of idiotic and harmful behaviors like addictive drug use?
Even for a second? While trying to read about yoga? I was shocked, dismayed and frankly livid and thought others should know before they subscribe.