Integral Yoga Magazine
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Peace and blessings,
Integral Yoga Magazine
Don't miss the Summer issue! Our most spectacular yet!
Special section for Yoga teachers on the Yoga therapy boom!
Latest research, latest training programs, interfacing with the
medical community, working with special populations and more!
Subscribe by June 15th and receive
the Summer 2004 issue coming in July
* Special feature: Yoga and Health: The Yoga Therapy Boom. Dr. Dean
Ornish previews his cutting-edge research and Dr. Timothy McCall
reviews Yoga therapy research. Dr. Amrita McLanahan talks about the
medical benefits of Yoga. Smith Farm's Shanti Norris, Dr. M. Mala
Cunningham, Jnani Chapman, R.N., and Nischala Joy Devi discuss the
latest trainings and programs for Yoga therapists.
* Meera Kerr's new Big Yoga program and tapes.
* Feng Shui and Vastu expert Bhaskar Alan Deva on "Healing Our
Environments, Healing Ourselves."
* Roshi Bernie Glassman discusses common boundaries in mysticism
between Judaism and Buddhism, as well as his spiritually-based social
* Spirituality and Psychotherapy: Common BoundariesA Yogic
Perspective on Psychological Trauma by Laura Sevika Douglass.
* and much more!
We've made it easier to subscribe now
* Online via our Web site: www.iymagazine.org
* By secure 24-hour phone order line: 434-969-3121 x 242
* By mail: $20 ($36 outside USA) payable to IY Magazine, Dept.SP,
RR#1, Box 1720, Buckingham, VA 23921.
It's about your spiritual practice, study and inspiration!
A quarterly journal for seekers who want to deepen their practice of
Integral Yoga and their understanding of the many faith and wisdom
It's a wealth of Sri Gurudev's teachings on Integral Yoga. Every issue
of Integral Yoga Magazine (IYM) features outstanding articles that
reflect the breadth and depth of the Integral Yoga tradition, yet
always hit the central point deepening your practice on and off the
mat. It's discovering all that we share as a community.
No matter what faith tradition we come from, we're all seekerswith a
common heritage and a growing sense of community. In IYM, we'll get to
understand other faith traditions better and share what we've learned
on our journey.