Yoga Magazine’s November issue 2014

Although there’s nothing better than practising in a good yoga class, a home practice can be just as beneficial. Esther Ekhart provides some simple tips to make a home practice comfortable and effortless.

US teacher Jill Satterfield shows how we can use refined awareness of working with the breath for a more insightful practice, and we also investigate how knowing your Dharma type can help determine your diet and spiritual path.

As our British Yoga Festival is just around the corner, we profile the event and take a look some of the teachers who will be hosting classes and workshops – and don’t forget that you can still purchase tickets on the day or from

Our guest teacher Andrea Marcum, guides us through Ardha Matsyendrasana (Seated Twist), Eka Pada Koundinyasana 2 (Arm Balance) and Adho Mukha Vrksanana (Handstand), before a ‘Prepare for your flight’ sequence which includes inversions and arm balances that can help with depression and burnout.

We also take a look at yoga asanas and

spirituality, we chat to Mastin Kipp, founder of and there’s a fantastic competition to win one of three Mammoth V-Max Mattresses worth up to £799 each.

I hope you enjoy reading the magazine, and I look forward to meeting with you next month.

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