Take a moment to pause and find serenity. Breathe into the moment and know that spring is on its way. As we inhale and exhale into this moment, set your intention for this connection, self-care, and inquiry.
This time of year, in the final stretch of winter, can leave us craving soothing, warming snacks. Today’s Kripalu Recipe is a sweet and tasty vegan treat, perfect for breakfast or an afternoon pick-me-up. 2 slices good-quality bread Vegan Hazelnut Cocoa Spread (recipe below) 1 banana Sprinkle of cinnamon (optional) About 1 tablespoon Earth Balance […]
by Danna Faulds Looking back, it’s not surprising that my first encounter with Kripalu Yoga was so impactful. I was in the midst of a difficult divorce and grappling with anorexia. In other words, I was ripe for transformation. What does surprise me is that 30 years later, Kripalu Yoga is still as relevant to […]
By Sarajean Rudman In a society that constantly inundates us with the next best diet, it can be difficult to stay focused and know what’s actually beneficial and effective for healthy weight loss. Stress is one of the most significant causes of weight gain in our society, so the last thing we need is to stress […]
Allow yourself to simply be in this moment. Do a body scan and release tension, if you notice any. Take three deep breaths and embrace the present. See if you can infuse your day with the awareness that this moment has brought.
by Jennifer Lang Over the past two decades, I’ve taken yoga classes in some far-flung places—Berlin, Lausanne, a tiny village in southern Thailand—as well as in Los Angeles, New York City, and Santa Fe, New Mexico. While every class was special in its own way, it was a Sunday morning vinyasa flow class in Philadelphia […]
This week’s Kripalu recipe is a hearty and nourishing option for any meal of the day. Makes about eight cups. 1 cup pearled barley, rinsed well 1 cup celery, sliced 3 cups large white mushrooms, sliced 1 cup white onion, sliced 1 cup leeks, sliced ¼ cup carrot matchsticks 4 cups vegetable stock ¼ extra […]
By Tiffany Cruikshank Because every person is so unique, I don’t advocate one specific diet. Instead, I advise a diet of whole foods with plenty of variety. I do highly recommend eating small meals every three to four hours to stoke the metabolic fire while not overloading the digestive system. Usually the hardest part is […]