OM Yoga & Lifestyle January 2021

OM Yoga Magazine is your guide for daily yoga practice, from yoga poses to meditations, articles and videos. OM magazine caters for all levels of ability from beginners to intermediate, teachers and professionals. Regular features include: Yoga at Home, yoga changed my file, Yoga & Aromatherapy, amazing spaces, yoga anatomy, plant based food recipes, my yoga business plus lots more to inspire a healthy and active lifestyle.

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welcome

Welcome to 2021. It’s a brand new start for us all, so let’s set our good intentions from the very beginning and make this a brilliant year — you can start right away by downloading all the positive vibes from inside this latest issue of OM. This month, we’ve got a beginner’s guide to starting out on the mat. If you’re new to yoga then this is the best place to be. We’ve compiled some expert insight from top teachers to talk you through the basics, including a few simple moves to follow and what sort of kit you might need. The benefits of yoga are huge: from stress relief and greater peace of mind, to gaining more calm, clarity and confidence in your life. Oh, and yes, if you keep it…

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contributors

David Holzer David is a yogi and professional writer who is the author and ghost writer of more than 20 books on a wide variety of subjects and two novels. He has been practicing for over 10 years, drawing elements from the styles he most appreciates. He is especially interested in the connection between yoga and creativity, particularly writing. He developed and tutored probably the first ever online yoga and writing course, ‘The Secret Writing Mantra’ at at DailyOm (dailyom.com). In this issue, he interviews Stewart Gilchrist for our OMFM section and provides tips on how to unleash your own creative writing power. Find out more about what he offers at: yogawriters.org Elizabeth Richardson Elizabeth is a retired dancer, active meditator and passionate yogini. She’s also a talented musician and an inspiration for…

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om in 30 seconds

Hanumanasana can feel like an impossibly high hurdle. However, the more you sit into the posture, the more your body will begin to make the neurological connection to the undiscovered muscles in the hips and hamstrings that make this deep asana possible. Yoga At Home, Page 30 Yoga will bring you peace, clarity, increased strength and flexibility as well as helping you through this journey called life. You don’t have to be flexible to begin either, you don’t have to change anything about who you are. Yoga For Beginners, Page 48 Ganesha’s biggest lesson is in how we deal with our own obstacles. Look at the tools and skills you have, look at how they can be used. A little creative thinking and those obstacles will be chopped down and you’ll be climbing your…

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my secret place

Yogi: Tania Mackie Photographer: Angus Mackie Location: Dunnet Bay, north coast of Scotland From sea to summit, the Highlands of Scotland is beautiful in every light and season to Tania Mackie of Tall Tree Yoga. “Highland is our home and is where my heart lies,” she says. “It is a unique, exceptional place where we share the beaches and coastlines, the hills and the mountains with the otters and eagles.” And sinking her toes in the sand is one of her favourite things to do. “While my husband (Angus Mackie, Scotland 360) captures the landscape on camera, I play in the sand or balance on rocks.” Dunnet Bay is set against the sweeping cliffs of Dunnet Head in the Far North and the bay is an arc of white sand, backed by rolling waves. “It…

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n@maste

Happy new year Thank you OM for helping to keep me going during the dark months of 2020. I’m so glad we’ve made it through the year, but I couldn’t have done it without my yoga and getting my regular copy of OM magazine through the door. It was great to feel that sense of community with others once again. Yoga is a life saver for me and your magazine has become an important part of that. Let’s all hope for a happier new year in 2021! Jessie, by email Yoga show Just wanted to say how much I missed the OM Yoga Show not taking place in London last year. With so many events and holidays cancelled or postponed, I’m thinking back to the last time I enjoyed events and meet-ups: my mind…

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yoga changed my life

Name: Molly Gould, Age: 25 Occupation: Writer, Yoga Years: 5 Why did you start yoga? I started yoga at a time when I was feeling out of sorts and looking for something that would calm my mind. It took me a while to pluck up the courage to attend a class but from the moment I sat on a borrowed mat, I was hooked. At points in my life where I have felt anxious or overwhelmed, yoga has been my go-to; my mat is one of the few places I can zone out and focus solely on myself. Plus, there is nothing quite like that post-yoga feeling. How has yoga changed your life? I have been practicing yoga for five years now, but it wasn’t until around two years ago that it really changed my…

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