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YOKE Magazine

posted by Hannah Dawson October 9, 2014

YOKE is based in Sydney, Australia and prides itself in being an independently published, eco-friendly, biannual print magazine, which believes in ‘the power of creativity and unity to inspire transformation.’ Having released their first issue in January 2014 titled ‘Love-Loss’, YOKE magazine has explored and celebrated a collection of refreshing ideas focused around the publication title and how they are unfortunately connected.

‘We all connect with love and loss during our lifetime, and how we learn to love and let go is an intrinsic and vital function of growing and being human. We embrace the beauty of love and loss, and the light of death in a way that is personal and stirring.’

YOKE magazine is for people looking to be inspired. Each issue will contain collaborations of insightful images, photo essays, reflections, conversations and interviews with people, artists and yogis from around the world, as well as articles and short stories, all within a deliciously designed publication.

Cynthia Sciberras is the multi-talented designer, marketer, digital creative, editor and publisher behind YOKE and she has a passion for books and magazines along with the touch and smell of quality paper. The paper used for this publication is ecoStar, 100% Recycled Post Consumerwaste; Process Chlorine Free; CMYK inks used are based on a mixture of soy and linseed vegetable oils.

Issue 2 is set to launch on Wednesday 22nd October – Visit their Facebook page for further details and RSVP to their launch party.

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‘The word yoga means ‘to be yoked’ – the spiritual concept of ‘being yoked’ means to join or connect, to form a bond, to unite.’

www.yokemagazine.com
www.facebook.com/yokemag
www.twitter.com/yoke_me
www.instagram.com/yokemag


Hannah Dawson

Hannah Dawson

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