The New York Times has a special ongoing section dedicated to the current news about yoga. One recent article includes a slideshow with a preview…
“For some yoga practitioners, the body is a sacred vessel that should not be tainted. For others, the skin represents a blank, movable canvas for tattoos displaying thoughts, texts and deities that inspire and inform their practice. These works of art, stretched across shoulders, chests, arms and legs, may be tucked away during the workday. But when clothing comes off, as it often does in yoga studios, they are on display for all to see.”
Here are a few more fresh articles from the New York Times yoga section:
By MARY BILLARD
Outdoor yoga, once mostly confined to resorts, is spreading in the New York area to rooftops, parks and beaches.
It pays to know about methods of prevention and treatment for orthopedic problems that are low-cost and rely almost entirely on self-care.
In recent years, “yoga for fertility” classes have become increasingly popular.