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Planet yoga

Stories from around the weird and wonderful world of yoga

USA: Stinky yoga

A new survey shows that nearly one third of American gym goers and exercisers do not wash their kit before wearing it on a repeat visit to the gym. And guess what? Yogis are the worst offenders. The survey, by the website Treadmill-Ratings-Reviews.com, states that yogis are the least likely to wash their clothes after their practice. According to the survey, 35% of yoga participants admitted that they did not wash their kit after a workout, compared to 29% for cardio, 30% for weightlifting and 33% for swimmers.

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Welcome to the November issue of OM Yoga & Lifestyle magazine. We’ve got a bumper 164-page issue for you this month, crammed with all sorts of yoga goodies. That includes a special report on yoga for the menopause, looking at some of the tips, tricks and natural therapies available to help guide you through one of life’s big transitions. We’ve also got a studio guide to London: check out the 10 amazing centres inside as you explore one of the yoga world’s great capitals. There’s lot of practical yoga instruction and anatomy inside too, as well as other useful health and wellness advice covering everything from recipes and nutrition through to mindful living. You’ll also find meditations, spiritual insight and lots of inspirational figures. They include Charlotta Martinus, the creator of Teen Yoga, who’s taking yoga to more and more teenagers at a time when youngsters are under ever-greater stress from school, social media and society generally. Yoga is awesome for everybody! I hope you enjoy this month’s issue, folks…it’s one big yoga read.

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