Take a moment to pause, to breathe, and to exhale. As we let go and head into a new day, set your intention for self-care, connection, and inquiry.
Kripalu Moroccan Mint Tea, a perennial favorite in the Dining Hall, is a cooling and refreshing beverage for the warmer months. If you have fresh mint growing in the yard, top off this tasty tea with a sprig for added flavor, aroma, and color. Makes 6 cups. 6½ cups water ½ cup fresh mint (stems […]
Timothy McCall, MD, guest blogger How does yoga work? Why is a system that has been used for more than 5,000 years still flourishing? Where do science and spirituality meet? In this article, medical doctor and yoga practitioner Timothy McCall explains how the millenia-old practice of yoga creates sustainable positive change. Although medical knowledge is […]
Every year, we look forward to supporting the ecstatic festival that is Wanderlust. The chance to be in the Vermont hills—soaking up the mountain energy, reveling in yoga immersion, and communing with our peers and community members, is a high time of the year. 1. Community: Wanderlust brings so many different people together, and we […]
Jenny Sansouci, guest blogger We all wake up in a bad mood once in a while. It’s part of life’s journey to experience ups and downs—but if you often feel anxious or depressed and can’t seem to shake it, there’s a chance your diet may have something to do with it. Food and mood are […]
Love—it’s the supreme human emotion. Babies need it to survive, it can improve brain function and health, and it’s even essential for animals (one study showed that rats that were licked more often by their mothers grew up to be calmer and more curious than their less-pampered counterparts). Love may feel more like magic than […]