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Posted on April 20th, 2014 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Stillness

Take a moment of stillness to pause and to breathe. As we let go and head into a new week, set your intention for mindfulness.

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Posted on April 18th, 2014 by in Kripalu Kitchen

Kripalu Recipe: Maple-Walnut Scones

This scone recipe is from our recipe book Kripalu Breakfast: Savory and Sweet. These scones are a delicious vegan treat that will satisfy omnivores as well. And they offer benefits beyond taste, since they include nutrient-dense ingredients like walnuts, soy, and rolled oats. Makes 12 scones. 1 cup cold non-hydrogenated shortening ¼ cup soy or […]

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Posted on April 17th, 2014 by in Meditation, Yoga

Embracing Beginner’s Mind

by Janet Arnold-Grych One of my favorite stories about yogic luminary B.K.S. Iyengar is that, decades into teaching and practicing, he continued to tell his students that he hadn’t yet perfected Mountain pose. Mountain pose, for a man who did headstands into his 80s, was probably not physically challenging. But Iyengar knew that asserting mastery […]

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Posted on April 14th, 2014 by in Teachers Corner, Yoga

Yoga in Schools Isn’t Just for Kids: How Teachers Benefit

By Jane Rosen Two years before the end of my 36-year career as an educator, I started practicing yoga and sharing it with my fourth-grade class. In those two years, I saw the profound effects of yoga on my students’ learning, the emotional climate of my classroom, my interactions with students, my satisfaction with teaching, […]

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Posted on April 13th, 2014 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Quiet

Take this moment of quiet to simply breathe. Find your center and let it carry you into the day.

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Posted on April 11th, 2014 by in Kripalu Kitchen, Nutrition

Kripalu Recipe: Red Pepper Polenta

Garlic has a range of cardiovascular benefits, protects against cancer, and can even help promote healthy weight, due to its flavonoids and a unique set of sulfur-containing nutrients, in addition to vitamins C and B6, selenium, and manganese. For good measure, bright lemons and red bell peppers are rich in a variety of detox-supporting, health-enhancing […]

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Posted on April 10th, 2014 by in Ayurveda, Healthy Living

10 Ways to Make Turmeric Part of Your Daily Diet

By Sarajean Rudman The bright yellow, herbaceous perennial known as turmeric, originally from South India, has America enamored with its oft-trumpeted health benefits. Lately, it’s been hailed for its ability to prevent anything from the common cold to cancer. Harvested mainly for its rhizomes, or roots, turmeric is closely related to ginger, another herbal powerhouse […]

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Posted on April 7th, 2014 by in Ayurveda, Yoga

10 Tips for Finding Balance in Your Yoga Practice

by Sarajean Rudman Does this sound familiar? The alarm clock rings, and you hit the ground running. You speed through a frenetic morning routine, and on to your rushed commute. At work, you just make it to your first meeting, and then you skip lunch to meet a deadline. Finally, at the end of your work […]

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