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OM Yoga Magazine

12 issues per year Write Review Designed to inspire and to energise, OM magazine wants to help you enjoy a more active and rewarding life, drawing on the physical and mental disciplines of yoga, an ancient practice just as popular today as it was thousands of years ago.
We take our exercise seriously but this is more than a health and fitness magazine.
At OM, our goal is to both entertain and to enrich, to nurture your soul at a time when the world around you may be pre-occupied with more material concerns. Each issue contains easy to follow yoga sequences plus instructions for achieving individual poses.
A wealth of meditation, nutrition and wellbeing articles to help guide you in your lifestyle choices.

In every issue we aim to nourish body, mind and soul, to galvanise you into action, and to challenge how you feel about the world around you and the people and things in it.
OM magazine is not just about doing yoga – it’s about living yoga

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OM Yoga Magazine  |  May 2020  


What strange times we are living in. Yoga studios closing their doors, teachers going online to try and earn a living, and odd new terms like ‘social distancing’ and ‘self-isolation’ entering seamlessly into our
day-to-day vocabulary.
I doubt anyone predicted quite how the early months of 2020 would unfold, and yet here we are. This has happened, it is now up to us to deal with it.
Stocking up on loo roll may have been a good initial response, but moving forward we’re going to need more than just luxury soft 4-ply paper. Embedding positive behaviours, finding new routines, keeping active, these are all things we can control during this difficult time and you’ll see this reflected in OM (100% digital and free this month).
In the most challenging of times, yoga and meditation are still available to all. No, maybe we can’t wander down to the local studio, but there is so much we can do at home, even if that’s just a few simple breathing exercises. If you have access to an outdoor space, then use it: feel the sun on your face, breathe the fresh air, roll out a mat. If not, pretty much everything in yoga can be done indoors too. Tune in to some of the many online yoga tutorials we’ve highlighted in this issue for an instant uplift.
What I do know is that yoga has been around for thousands of years and that it will be around for long after the present-day crisis has passed. And all things do pass.
And where there is crisis, there is opportunity (the Chinese symbol for both words is the same). In this case, it is the opportunity to reflect on how we’d like to see our planet, our lives in the future, as well as the chance to adopt new, positive health and wellbeing behaviours. Take this time to invest in yourself, to nourish your body and your mind.
Designed to inspire and to energise, OM magazine wants to help you enjoy a more active and rewarding life, drawing on the physical and mental disciplines of yoga, an ancient practice just as popular today as it was thousands of years ago.
We take our exercise seriously but this is more than a health and fitness magazine.
At OM, our goal is to both entertain and to enrich, to nurture your soul at a time when the world around you may be pre-occupied with more material concerns. Each issue contains easy to follow yoga sequences plus instructions for achieving individual poses.
A wealth of meditation, nutrition and wellbeing articles to help guide you in your lifestyle choices.

In every issue we aim to nourish body, mind and soul, to galvanise you into action, and to challenge how you feel about the world around you and the people and things in it.
OM magazine is not just about doing yoga – it’s about living yoga
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in OM Yoga Magazine May 2020.

Welcome What strange times we are living in. Yoga studios closing their doors, teachers going online to try and earn a living, and odd new terms like ‘social distancing’ and ‘selfisolation’ entering ...
Contributors Kirstie Bird Kirstie is a London-based yoga teacher and modern calligrapher running her own business called Ink and Flow. She teaches both disciplines separately and also combines the two for ...
` Mysecret place Location: Ravi Yoga, Polem Beach, South Goa, India Yogi:Ravi Dixit Photographer:Mosalik Studios The photo shows yogi Ravi Dixit in the retreat he created in India, the birthplace of yoga. “...
Namaste Love OM magazine and want to tell the world? Here’s your chance Thanks and yes please I loved this article! Well said Jane Lambert! As a fuller-figured yogi I have people making judgemen...
Yoga Changed My Life Saori Funawatari found a place of calm, relaxation in her yoga practice, even in difficult times NAME: Saori Funawatari AGE: 39 OCCUPATION: Yoga teacher and practitioner YOGA YEARS:17 Why di...
Home working out Top tips for exercising when you’re at home It’s never been more important to look after yourself, to remain both physically and mentally healthy, especially if faced with self-isolation. Exerc...