OM Yoga & Lifestyle June 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

Hello sunshine, welcome to our June issue! Inside this month we’ve got some amazing and inspiring articles for all of you: from yoga sequences and anatomy, to simple meditations and easy, accessible spiritual insight. You’ll also find the latest cool new yoga kit, healthy recipes and nutrition tips, plus life hacks and everyday wisdom from some really awesome people. That includes Zakiya Bishton, who’s featured in our OM Meets section, as well as four inspirational characters who have all battled adversity in some shape or form — all with yoga on their side! If you’re looking for tales of resilience during these uncertain times, then look no further… yoga can always help you to live your best life. In this bumper issue, we’ve also got a special report looking at all aspects…

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om in 30 seconds

When the student is ready, the teacher will emerge. If you’re ready to step up to the next level then maybe it’s time to consider yoga teacher training. Find out all you need to know in our special report this month. Yoga Teacher Training Guide, Page 87 Representation matters, especially in wellbeing. We need to diversify the yoga world and create culturally-aware teachers, studios and systems to ensure people feel welcome from all backgrounds. Yoga is social justice in action. OM Meets Zakiya Bishton, Page 34 Mantra chanting has a wealth of physical, mental and emotional benefits. Not only is it a beautiful spiritual practice helping us feel grounded and connected, but we now have proof that mantra chanting soothes all of our main bodily systems. The Power Of Mantra, Page 52…

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contributors

Natalia Mańk Natalia is a yoga teacher, mindset coach and a lead lecturer on yoga teacher trainings in the UK, Spain and India. She obtained her Master's degree in Indian Studies 20 years ago, spent two years studying in South India and goes back whenever possible. She teaches Sanskrit, yoga philosophy, mantras, chakras, classical Tantra and runs her own mantra coaching programme. Her life-long mission is to empower others to connect to the most peaceful and powerful version of themselves. Visit: yogaorigins.online or connect on Instagram @yoga_origins Jenya Di Pierro Jenya is a professional herbalist and naturopath with a qualification in herbal medicine from the College of Naturopathic Medicine. She also founded Cloud Twelve, a London-based wellness and lifestyle club, and receives patients there for herbal consultations. In this issue, she writes about simple…

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my secret place

Yogi: Eva Kristlova Photographer: Sarah Carmody Location: Cuckmere Haven, East Sussex, England The photo shows yogini Eva Kristlova in East Sussex, where the glistening Cuckmere River cuts through the green fields and the beautiful South Downs meets the sea. “This is my special place,” she tells OM. “Climbing the rolling hills with my yoga mat and enjoying this breath-taking view as I settle down for sunset has been one of my daily self-care practices.” It’s the perfect spot for a gentle yoga practice in the evening watching the sun go down behind the hills, or in the morning to wake up the body with a few sun salutations. “The view never gets boring, as I watch the bunnies hopping around, sheep munching on the grass, paddle boarders gliding on the river, dog walkers…

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n@maste

Mums rule Hey! I just wanted to send a message and say what a massive fan my mother in law is of your magazine. I buy her a subscription for Mother’s Day every year and she loves it. She calls it her little treat every month. She had very bad sciatica and in the end had to have a hip replacement but she swears by the fact that her yoga kept her going! She’s 65 and fighting fit now! And still loves her yoga! @kayshennabelper via Instagram Be the change Great to read about the connection between yoga and caring for our planet in your last issue (A Yogi’s Guide to Saving the Planet: Issue 117, May 2021). It goes far beyond what yoga mat or clothing we choose for our practice and into…

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yoga changed my life

Name: Emma Wykes Age: 48 Occupation: COO, Seedlip Drinks Yoga years: 21+ Why did you start yoga? My yoga journey really began 21 years ago with Bikram Yoga at the Chiswick studio. I had just run the London marathon and my body was in so much pain. My good friend, Clare, suggested I come and try this new yoga in a heated room. I went to my first class and although I struggled to even stay in the room, I was hooked. There was something about the heat, the movement, the struggle, the mental focus that kept me coming back for more. The hot 26 became a constant in my life. Favourite yoga haunts? Yogavenue in Oxford for the last nine years, a lovely studio with a great community. I had just had a baby and…

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