Posted on March 12th, 2014 by in Conscious Living, Relationships

Five Lifestyle Practices for Creating a Thriving Relationship

By Prana Regina Barrett My husband Rene and I have been together 17 years now.  Friends often look to us as the couple who has made it work and are still truly happy together.  I’m glad that we can be that model for others but, most of all, I’m grateful for our 17-year partnership.  Rene […]

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Posted on March 11th, 2014 by in Meditation

The Healing Power of Meditation

By Erin Casperson Meditation. How many of us know that it’s good for us, but avoid the experience like a root canal? I avoided it for years. I would practice asana, chant, do pranayama, anoint my body with oil according to Ayurveda teachings, cook all-organic meals, study classical yoga and Ayurveda texts, but meditation … […]

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Posted on March 10th, 2014 by in Conscious Living, Yoga

Emotional Balance

Do you give yourself permission to be real? Bo Forbes shares her thoughts on emotional balance and resilience. Join Bo at Kripalu in April.

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Posted on March 9th, 2014 by in Moment of Quiet

A Moment for Mindfulness

Take a moment to breathe. As we head into a new day, set your intention for mindfulness.

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Posted on March 8th, 2014 by in Healthy Living

Sugar: America’s Favorite—and Most Dangerous?—Drug

In early 2012, Kripalu’s Healthy Living department held a series of lectures for the community on nutrition and lifestyle medicine. Because I focus primarily on the prevention of diabetes and other chronic disease, the topic of my talk was sugar. When I came up with the title—“Sugar: America’s Favorite and Most Dangerous Drug”—I was intending to be […]

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Posted on March 7th, 2014 by in Ayurveda, Kripalu Kitchen

Kripalu Recipe: Almond Date Balls

An important component to any celebration is the inclusion of a little something sweet, created with loving intention. In the Kripalu tradition back in the day, that little post-celebration sweet was often a small ball of dried fruit and nuts rolled in coconut or more nuts. In the Indian tradition, when food is offered as […]

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Posted on March 6th, 2014 by in Conscious Living

Melting Writer’s Block

By Madelyn Kent “In Sense Writing, you follow the end of your pen, the tips of your fingers, the nerve endings in your body—the place where you end and the world begins is a fuzzy place full of possibility and story.” —Jean Rhode, Sense Writing student Often, the way we have been taught to learn […]

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Posted on March 5th, 2014 by in Healthy Living

Yoga and Mindfulness for Weight Loss

We are a country of excess. Our desire for more and more is evident in the increasing size of our homes, cars, and meals over the last half-century or more. Our waistlines have followed suit. Two-thirds of American adults are now overweight or obese. But there’s more to it than that. Aruni Nan Futuronsky, who […]

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