Posted on March 20th, 2013 by in Conscious Living

Turning Point: Donna Eden

Donna Eden has been a pioneer in energy medicine for more than 30 years and is among the field’s most sought-after, compelling, and authoritative spokespersons. Her best-selling book, Energy Medicine, was the 2008 Health Book of the Year in the Nautilus competition and has been translated into 18 languages. Jean Houston called Donna’s approach “perhaps […]

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Posted on March 18th, 2013 by in Words from the Wise

Why Failing Is Good for You

Life lessons on the yogic path by Jennifer Mattson, guest blogger “If you’re not failing, you’re not trying anything.” —Woody Allen Nobody likes to fail. But whether it’s falling out of a headstand in yoga class, or trying a new recipe that ends up in the garbage, failure is inevitable—and it’s how we learn. We […]

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Posted on March 17th, 2013 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Quiet

Take a moment to pause, to breathe, and to exhale into the day. As we let go and head into a new week, set your intention for self-care, connection, and inquiry.

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Posted on March 16th, 2013 by in Conscious Living

There’s Weather Up Ahead

by Laura Didyk Travel and I do not have the best relationship. I love point A. And I love the experience of point B. I’m just not that fond of the trip from one to the other. A large part of the conflict is rooted in my lifelong susceptibility to motion sickness. On a bad […]

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Posted on March 15th, 2013 by in Healthy Living, Kripalu Kitchen

A Kripalu Intern’s Guide to Mindful Eating and Surviving the Dining Hall

Kat Olson, guest blogger Living and practicing yoga in Boston for five years before accepting a yearlong internship with the Kripalu Institute for Extraordinary Living in November 2012, the two things I heard most often about this yoga haven were “the Berkshires are so beautiful” and “the food at Kripalu is amazing.” Now, three months […]

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Tools for Taking Yoga Off the Mat

In this edition of Ask the Expert, Aruni Nan Futuronsky, life coach, Kripalu Yoga teacher, and advisor for Kripalu Healthy Living programs, answers your questions about using yoga philosophy to address the challenges of everyday life. Are there tools you recommend for finding closeness with our partners in this hectic pace of modern life? I feel […]

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Posted on March 13th, 2013 by in Outside Our Walls

A World Traveler Finds Adventure on the Path of Yoga

Kripalu Yoga teacher Katie Hagel recently discovered that her first American ancestor was born on the Mayflower and was named Peregrine, from the Latin for “pilgrim” or “wanderer.” It’s no surprise, then, that travel and adventure are in her blood. While working as a travel guide in China, Katie discovered yoga. She was usually the […]

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Posted on March 12th, 2013 by in Ayurveda

Ayurveda for Anytime: Get More Ojas in Your Life!

Erin Casperson, guest blogger and Kripalu School of Ayurveda Intern According to Ayurvedic philosophy, ojas is the life-sustaining vitality that promotes immunity in the body. Ojas can keep you healthy during flu season and prevent depletion during a stretch of overtime at work. It takes a long time to build this nourishing substance, but, in […]

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Posted on March 11th, 2013 by in Life Lessons

My Son, the Pratyahara Detector

Micah Mortali, guest blogger, Kripalu Yoga teacher, and manager of the Kripalu Volunteer Program Pratyahara, or turning inward, is one of the eight limbs of classical yoga, and it has always been an important part of my practice: diving deep and exploring my internal landscapes, observing what can be seen when the eyes close and the […]

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Posted on March 10th, 2013 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Peace

Take a moment to pause, to breathe, and to exhale into the day. As we let go and head into a new week, set your intention for self-care, connection, and inquiry.

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