Micah Mortali, Director of the Kripalu Schools of Yoga and Ayurveda, invites you to bring compassion and full presence to your communication with others. Can you embrace the practice of listening?
Discover ways that meditation allows you to stop, breathe, and pay attention to both your inner world and your active mind.
Kripalu Yoga teacher Steven Leonard guides us in an inclusive meditation. Notice any tension in your body, as well as any areas of comfort, and breathe without needing to change or alter anything. Allow your mind to find balance in the spaciousness. Allow yourself to simply be—right here, right now.
An excerpt from Tending the Heart Fire: Living in Flow with the Pulse of Life by Shiva Rea The universe began in fire, an explosion so powerful that we are still basking in its radiance. Our very own bodies contain traces of elements that exploded outward to birth our galaxy at the moment of the […]
by Jennifer Lang When I first began practicing yoga almost two decades ago, there was little to no chanting in class. On a rare occasion, a teacher led a call-and-response or an “om.” Class after class, year after year, I bowed out. With my eyes closed, I sat and listened. Part of me envied my […]
By Bhavani Lorraine Nelson There’s nothing lovelier than a walk in the warm summer air, with green all around and the flowers blossoming. But there’s another kind of walking that can be equally delicious: walking meditation, an opportunity to slow down and luxuriate in the smallest detail of a process we usually take for granted. […]
By Rolf Gates It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that they are difficult. —Seneca The moment satya (truthfulness—one of the five yamas, or ethical guidelines, of yoga) is brought up at a workshop, a heated discussion about truth always ensues. What if […]