There are different online and printed Yoga publications. The following are the top five:
Santa Monica, California
The publisher and chief executive officer is Douglas Corbett. He has a long and storied career in the magazine enterprise during the last three decades. The editor in chief and president is Felicia Tomasko, an avid practitioner of Yoga and Ayurveda. She was introduced to the practice through meditation, Transcendentalist writings, and asana for training in cross-country running.
LA YOGA Ayurveda and Health Magazine is an excellent resource for the energetic Yoga community of Southern California. It comes in print, digital, and online versions. LA YOGA also circulates a weekly email newsletter for free. The editorial board publishes inspirational articles that connect Yoga and people who practice in the modern world.
Los Angeles and San Francisco
The founders are Jean-Christophe Gabler and Sophie Parienti. Jean-Christophe migrated from France to the USA (LA) in 1993. The man says Yoga was the turning point in his life since it gave the focus and direction he has searched for so long. He founded the Yogi Times Media Group after attending a 10-day Vipassana meditation course and joined the publishing industry with the desire of sharing the joys of yoga, health and growth with other people. Sophie was in the entertainment world for many years before launching Yogi Times (print counterpart of yogitimes.com) in 2002. It operated for six years in San Francisco and LA. The magazine is an ideal vehicle for everyone in expressing their resourcefulness, passion, and enthusiasm. It exists because of and for the community.
Yoga Journal is regarded as the leading authority on Yoga practice and lifestyle for 40 years. It was founded by the California Yoga Teachers Association in 1975. It provides relevant information about Yoga for both novices and experts. Yoga Journal has print and online versions as well as engages with live audience in reporting about meditation, breathing, health, nutrition, and fresh trends. The publication has 12 international editions in 28 nations and five national live events every year.
San Diego, California
The founder is Sujantra McKeever. He was born in San Francisco, California in 1962 and relocated to San Diego in 1980. Sujantra founded Pilgrimage of the Heart Yoga Studio. He founded and operates Pilgrimage of the Heart Yoga Studio. Sujantra took interest in Hatha Yoga during his childhood. Pilgrimage Yoga Online is the source of blogs, video yoga sessions, guided meditations, and discussions about Yoga Philosophy. It has a huge and still growing Kirtan musical meditation tutorial section.
Traverse City (Michigan)
The chief operating officer and publisher is Sara Harding. The founder of the magazine is T George Harris who came from a small tobacco farm in Kentucky. Spirituality & Health was launched in 1998 as a national magazine. The publication (print and spiritualityhealth.com) has sections in podcasts, travel, courses, and events. It comes from wisdom of cultures and traditions emphasizing on the practice of sharing. The magazine helps in providing a perspective for spiritual mission.