Yoga Journal

Time Out

This issue is about rest. It’s about slowing down and finding refuge in your practice and yourself so that you can feel whole—harnessing energy when you need it, cultivating the ability to down-regulate on demand, and building resilience—wherever you go. Easy, right?

Right. It’s one of the hardest things I’ve tried

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