|EDITORIAL: The Origins of Yoga
Yoga is regarded around the world as a path to health and spiritual insight. Many people are aware of its origins in India. But the motivations that compelled countless individuals to pursue yogic paths over the past 2,500 years are less well known.
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This year is special to us as it marks the 15th year our existence. Thank You!