In this excerpt from her book Wave Rider, Kripalu Yoga teacher trainer Coby Kozlowski offers reflections that encourage us to pursue life with intention and openness. You can cultivate the garden you want to live in. Start with the idea—the seed—of what you want to cultivate in your life, take the steps to create the […]
Kripalu Yoga teacher Coby Kozlowski shares her thoughts on karma yoga and inspired action. How can you be of service to the world? What does skillful living look like for you? How can you contribute to make yourself feel more alive?
What does it mean to dance with life? When we dance with life, we take energy in and give it back to the world in a graceful exchange. We engage with every aspect of life, at every moment, with every breath. Here are five practices to take you deeper into the dance. 1. Celebrate who […]
Through the sincere, disciplined practice of yoga, we can each have a direct experience of ourselves and the world. Practice—whether it’s asana, mantra, meditation, or pranayama—can be the portal to this firsthand knowledge, giving us a deeper understanding of the ways in which we navigate through our daily lives. Rather than asking us to sign […]
In this edition of Ask the Expert, Coby Kozlowski, a life coach, expressive-arts therapist, and faculty member at Kripalu, answers questions about trusting your instincts, making big decisions, and finding the right life coach for you. I’m feeling stuck in my job. Any tips on how to figure out if this is a good time […]
In this edition of Ask the Expert, Coby Kozlowski, a life coach, expressive-arts therapist, and faculty member at Kripalu, talks about how to create space in your life—and how to get up and get moving! As a busy mom, wife, full-time employee, and budding yogi, I’m having a hard time finding space for myself lately. […]
Yoga, ultimately, is so much more than Downward-Facing Dog. Rather, it’s a process, the way in which we engage with life, with our experiences, both on and off the mat. Yoga teaches us to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, and with the mystery of life. It offers us a map to help us get on the path of living our lives to the fullest, and finding the leader within—the inner voice that guides us into discovering who we really are.
The yoga of living asks fundamental questions such as:
What kind of world do I want to live in?
How can I create my own existence?
How do I say yes to my life?