This issue contains a sweet diversity of food for thought—part of our inspiration for the exuberant cover—as well as plenty of conversation starters. Our featured article is a foundational piece that will no doubt inform many future discussions: Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani, Marlysa Sullivan, Matthew J. Taylor, and Amy Wheeler recommend a “common language to present yoga therapy” that includes an ability to accurately articulate key biomedical concepts to clients and other stakeholders in our services. Chronic pain is one such concept, and the first of a three-part Science for the Yoga Therapist series offers help understanding current pain science from the perspectives of biomedicine, psychology, and yoga. Other noteworthy pieces include key takeaways from a fruitful public-school collaboration, qualitative research methods in correctional settings, and a recap of SYTAR 2019. You also won’t want to miss our Member News reports on the second Global Consortium on Yoga Therapy, an interesting meeting on yoga accreditation in higher education held this spring at the UN, and much more. Enjoy!
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