Take this moment to simply breathe. Find your center and let it carry you into the day.
In this edition of Ask the Expert, Priti Robyn Ross, a faculty member for the Kripalu School of Yoga, and Kripalu Yoga teacher for more than two decades, deconstructs Warrior I (yes, the knee bone is connected to the hip bone!), discusses hip openers, and offers tips for easing into Savasana. Q: Can you recommend […]
by Arnie Kozak My basement was a disaster for months, a dumping ground for junk: empty boxes, retired appliances and gadgets, books, old LPs, outdoor gear. Each time I walked through the clutter, I felt anxious. I also felt stuck. And, because my studio is down there, no creative work was getting done. Perfectionism can […]
By Reyna Eisenstark One Saturday morning not long ago, I was eating a toasted sesame bagel with butter and a big mug of coffee, when suddenly it occurred to me that maybe I was doing everything all wrong. This was the sort of ordinary breakfast that everyone used to eat, but now the idea of […]
This Indian-Thai fusion dish uses coconut oil, one of the most beneficial overall fats, according to Kripalu Healthy Living faculty member John Bagnulo. Coconut oil is known for improving heart health, boosting metabolism, promoting weight loss, and supporting the immune system. Chickpeas offer a combination of protein and fiber that seems to be a natural […]
by Sarajean Rudman The cold months, coupled with a heavier, acidic diet, often induce feelings of lethargy and inertia. To counteract the sluggishness (which might be seen as a kapha imbalance through the lens of Ayurveda), try incorporating three simple routines into your morning. Regular practice will pacify the heavy kapha elements of earth and […]