Yoga Magazine’s October issue 2014
This month we dispel the myths and reveal the magic of practising yoga in India, and we feature some calming yoga techniques to help during emotional conflict, and we have a brilliant competition to win a two-night break at the breath-taking Alpine Spa Hotel in Austria and £250 worth of Wellicious clothing.
Our guest teacher Alanna Zabel guides us through the Extended Pigeon and Rising Pigeon poses to prepare for the King Pigeon Pose (Rajakapotasana), before a strengthening and stretching ‘Moving Through Your Core’ sequence.
Plus we take a look at yoga as a cross training alternative and we begin a three-part yoga philosophy series on dharma. And there’s also a look at Chamunda Devi – the angry Goddess, and how anger can be both beneficial and necessary for spiritual growth.
And don’t forget to buy your ticket for the British Yoga Festival HERE. It’s taking place on Friday 5th – Sunday 7th December 2014 at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London. (Free tickets have already been taken.) The festival promises to be a fantastic event with a stellar line-up of workshops and classes from teachers including Simon Hass, Howard Napper, David Sye, Yogi Ashokananda, Sonia Doubell, Claire Missingham, Carolyn Cowan and many more.
I hope you enjoy reading the magazine and I look forward to meeting up with you next month.