Take a moment of stillness to pause and breathe. As we let go and head into a new week, set your intention for mindfulness.
Drive through just about any town these days and you’re bound to see a yoga studio. More and more are popping up every day; a 2012 Yoga Journal survey showed that 20.4 million Americans now practice yoga. Of those, 82 percent are women. The gender imbalance doesn’t surprise Robert Sidoti, creator and cofounder of Broga, […]
What would summer be without lots of fruit and fresh herbs—and fun ways to eat them? Looking for even more ways to use all that mint growing in your yard? Combined with pineapple and cilantro, mint is a quick and easy way to brighten up a carrot salad. This week’s Kripalu Recipe is a perfect […]
By Sera Beak Whether you’re a lawyer, mother, a gardener, a self-help author, or a teacher, our souls are continuously calling us deeper. If we’re willing to shed our skins (over and over again), then layer after layer of our truth will appear anew and demand action. What’s true for us today won’t necessarily be […]
Kripalu Yoga teacher Coby Kozlowski shares her thoughts on karma yoga and inspired action. How can you be of service to the world? What does skillful living look like for you? How can you contribute to make yourself feel more alive?
The practice of nondual yoga helps us remember as adults what was second nature to us as young babies. Apparently, at around 18 months old, we begin to develop a sense of “self” and “other,” but before that time we aren’t able to perceive separation. Our cribs, our toys, our parents—it doesn’t matter—they’re all part […]
Dean of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda Larissa Hall Carlson shares a breathing practice to refresh both the physical body and the mental body. Stay cool during these hot summer months and cultivate time to find balance.