by Lisa Lampanelli Lisa Lampanelli is a professional comedian, writer, and actor who lives primarily in New York City. She began to call Kripalu her second home in mid-2014, when a family crisis led her on a quest to bring new meaning into her life. Since then, Lisa has attended programs and R&R Retreats at […]
Insights on conscious living and holistic principles.
by Randal Williams We all must travel a long distance in this physical body. If we do not care for it, how can we reach our goal? —Swami Kripalu Inspired by yoga’s sister science of Ayurveda, self-care is one of the three guiding principles that define Kripalu’s approach to yoga teacher training. (The other two […]
by Tama Kieves We live in inspired times. The old-school idea of lifelong job security—a job you could count on, even if you didn’t love it, for as long as you needed it—is gone. Still, there is a path of certainty. You were born to do what you love. It’s time to experience your own […]
by Janet Arnold-Grych It’s easy to think that Kripalu isn’t representative of “real life.” Many of us are able to leave responsibility at the door when we come here, and find an ease that eludes our minds and muscles when we’re back home, in the unceasing flow of schedules and to-do lists. But when I […]
by Kim Childs Recently, I returned early from a weekend trip to Cape Cod because my traveling companion had a Sunday appointment. While I typically stay on the Cape as long as possible and come home to jump right into the work week, this time I had a whole afternoon and evening to use as […]
by Renée Peterson Trudeau I was recently at a dinner party and found myself in a corner with a heart surgeon, discussing the concept of self-care. Like many in the health care field, she saw self-care as something you should do for your physical health—exercise, eat well, get enough sleep. But that’s where her definition […]
by Alberto Villoldo In the southern hemisphere, home of the earth-based traditions of the Andes, the Southern Cross constellation occupies a prominent place in the psyche, as well as in the sky. The four stars in the Southern Cross orient the stargazer and symbolically reflect the progression through the four stages of the Medicine Wheel […]