Where are the articles? Good content when you can find it, often squeezed between ridiculously large advertising banners. Longer articles are sectioned into thin columns or just sliced off and continued at the end of the magazine as an afterthought. For being a yoga publication, it doesn't bring great balance - and certainly no calm, after being bombarded with photo after photo of young beautiful bodies doing dancer stretches. I didn't feel this was a serious publication, but more of a shopping catalogue. The two or three articles dealing with the actual practice of yoga were fine, which adds to the feeling that this could have been a really lovely magazine.
Disappointed first time reader I haven't read the paper version of the magazine, so I didn't know what to expect. It seems like 50% advertisements, and the rest of it focuses more on New Age living than the practice of yoga. There were a few good articles about asanas and meditation, but not as much as I was expecting.
Yoga journal The digital edition looks and works fine, the magazine content is just way too full of ads. There isn't much content because there are so many ads.
Good articles but too many adverts The articles are great but you shouldn't have to wade through 6 pages of adverts to get to them in a mag this thin
Google ripoff! Of course you don't know it till you've paid for it!
Yoga journal I just love this magazine it helps your mind and soul the yoga is good for your muscles if your muscles aches.