The New Yoga Journal


NEWS, January 10, 2020 (YOGA NEWS) - Yoga Journal has announced a new women's magazine called The New Yoga Journal, whose first number will be released beginning this year.

We have discovered that this new magazine will be dedicated to the same target group that was once read by the Yoga Journal, but today it is adapted to the modern women of the 21st century.

Yoga Journal was a great magazine in its time - explains Jean Foresthill, one of the editors in chiefs of a future magazine. Yoga Journal was a magazine in which women once have received a handful of tips on food, knitting, childcare and other western yoga affairs. The "The New Yoga Journal" will be a magazine for contemporary women dealing with completely different things, such as Meditation, Kabbalah, Reiki, energy flow through chakras, raising your vibration through Bakasana and other abstract topics. These untouchable themes are especially popular nowadays when the most women are divorced and free to do whatever they want, adds Jean Foresthill.

The title page of the first issue of "The New Yoga Journal" magazine will be a photo of a blond girl in a cloud of energy, and, as we learn, talented journalists in the editorial office will carefully copy and paste all the texts from numerous yoga blogs and sign it with their name and surname.

The old magazine is dead, but nobody told that to Kinno McGregor and Seane Corn, “For us, Yoga Journal was always about a love of magazines, a love of image making; and a desire to create something beautiful, honest and optimistic without an agenda beyond that."

Launching in January 2019, the new magazine will feature a selection of spiritual but not religious items. The new column “Do new things, take risks and embrace novelty,” is expected to be a real hit. It will replace the current column “I get bored if I leave my comfort zone.” The new magazine’s eclectic content features pieces on yoga celebrities, self-psychoanalysis and the benefits of eating the raw mango.

I like the idea that everything gets mixed up,” Jean Foresthill says. “It’s fruitful. We want to be transgenerational and multi-thematic, that’s the essence of modernity to me.” She said there will be more yoga-beach photos in order to gain a strong visual content - “The yoga-beach photos will help readers to realize that it is not everything about the yoga wellness centers; These photos place the importance of developing a clear spiritual point of view.

One of the best times of the year deserves one of the best magazines of the year, and we have full confidence this will be one to look forward to and remember. The New Yoga Journal will be issued quarterly, the retail price is $9.95 per issue, or you can subscribe for a year for $39.80. But if you subscribe now, they are offering a 50% discount.

New Yoga Journal Special Edition

TORONTO, January 9, 2020, (News) - For Judith (37) from Toronto, a yoga Alliance teacher and a long-standing vegan, afternoon meal turned into a true nightmare, when she realized that she had eaten a worm from the apple, thinking she was eating a ripe apple.

She is now concerned of her health, since she imported 3 grams of animal protein into her stomach.

- At approximately 10:30 this morning, we received the phone call from Judith with a request to urgently come to her place and perform detoxification, known as gastric lavage, because of suspicion of poisoning - said Dr. Johnny Castellani from Toronto's ambulance service.

The mobile team of the St. Joseph Hospital hospitalized Judith, who admitted that her homeostasis was seriously compromised, and that the consequences for her organism were unimaginable if these proteins of animal origin reached the bloodstream. Shortly thereafter, Judith was declined the hospital service and she was escorted out of the hospital without the required therapy. Judith  was outrageous. Her yoga students have a lot of understanding for her dissatisfaction.

- Shame they did not provide her with the required treatment. Judith is a yoga teacher, she finished 200 hours teachers training and she is a very responsible person in her own right. She takes strict care of her diet. In Toronto yoga community, there is probably not a single person who is not familiar with Judith's nutrition, says one of her yoga student.

We looked at the matter ourselves and our research shows that the concentration of worms in apples and other fruits and vegetables, according to certain vegan standards, should not exceed 3 mg, which is one fifth of an average worm. Judith has eaten the whole worm!!! She was not in a position to make statements for the media.

The NGO "Vegga Eatt", which promotes veganism and animal protection, sharply condemned this barbaric act of killing a worm.