Posted on February 11th, 2013 by in Yoga

Yoga Across the Ages

How does yoga impact our lives? Its purpose, benefits, and significance tend to evolve as our practice changes and as we grow, age, and learn. We asked nine yogis from different decades of life what yoga means to them. 30s: Kathryn Budig, teacher of a weekly online class at yogaglo.com and on faculty at YogaWorks […]

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

Moment of Calm

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 February 9th, 2013 by in Yoga

Turning Point: Tommy Rosen

  Tommy Rosen has studied and practiced yoga for 20 years, and is a certified vinyasa and Kundalini Yoga teacher who focuses on yoga for addiction recovery. His blog posts and articles have appeared in LA Yoga, Huffington Post, MindBody Online, and The Daily Love. His first book, Recovery 2.0, is forthcoming. Q Describe what you […]

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Posted on February 8th, 2013 by in Kripalu Kitchen

Kripalu House Dressing

As the Executive Chef here at Kripalu and as a teacher of Kriplau programs about cooking, I receive a lot of requests for recipes from the Kripalu Kitchen. The Kripalu House Dressing has been a guest favorite for years. Enjoy it over salads or steamed vegetables. Here, John Bagnulo, PhD, MPH, discusses the nutritional benefits […]

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Posted on February 7th, 2013 by in Yoga

My Imperfect Forward Bend

By Danna Faulds, guest blogger My first yoga teacher introduced me to the Forward Bend in the summer of 1983. Until that afternoon, I’d never paid much attention to my hamstrings, but I quickly made their acquaintance. If I kept my spine elongated and rotated my hip joints as my teacher, Sue, instructed, I could […]

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Posted on February 6th, 2013 by in Conscious Living

Clutter Is a State of Mind; Clearing Is a Way of Being

Stephanie Bennett Vogt, guest blogger Ready for change, one paper clip at a time? In this excerpt from Your Spacious Self, Clear Your Clutter and Discover Who You Are, Stephanie Bennett Vogt traces clutter to its source (your mind) and proposes a new way of getting clear.  Change happens slowly, then all at once.—Unknown “Spaciousness?!? You’ve got […]

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Posted on February 5th, 2013 by in Ayurveda

Stoke Your Fire with Pranayama

Pranayama (breathing) practices are a great way to cultivate inner heat during the winter. Larissa Hall Carlson, a Kripalu Yoga teacher and Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher, shares three of her favorite warming pranayama practices sure to get your inner space heater thrumming. Anuloma viloma is a variation of nadi shodhana (Alternate-Nostril Breathing), with a short breath retention. […]

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Posted on February 4th, 2013 by in Healthy Living

Developing Resiliency From Within

We often get caught up in thinking about what’s not working or what needs improving in our lives, especially when we face difficulties. This piece invites us to look within for hidden treasures and discover the amazing gifts we already have. Who can we become when we are at our most vulnerable? How do we […]

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