Tag Archives: Kripalu Yoga
Posted on November 4th, 2013 by in Teachers Corner

Yoga, Seva, and Naps

with Micah Mortali, Director of the Kripalu Schools of Yoga and Ayurveda What brought you to your current role at Kripalu? I came to Kripalu for teacher training in 2004. After graduation, I went back to my life in outdoor education, but something in me had shifted dramatically, and I knew I had to come […]

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Posted on October 29th, 2013 by in Teachers Corner

Six Tips for Opening a Yoga Studio

by Janis Bowersox Thinking about taking the next step in your yoga business and opening a studio? Here are some words of wisdom from Janis Bowersox, former owner of Yoga for Everybody, a Kripalu-affiliated studio in Fairfield, Connecticut, and coauthor of the guidebook So You Want to Open a Yoga Studio. 1. Take responsibility. With […]

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Posted on September 28th, 2013 by in Healthy Living, Yoga

The Yoga of Recovery

Research shows that yoga, meditation, and mindfulness are powerful tools for recovery in healing from addiction. We asked three presenters who’ve experienced the impact of these practices to tell us about hitting bottom and the journey back. Aruni Nan Futuronsky has been on the Kripalu faculty for more than 20 years and developed the Kripalu […]

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Posted on August 7th, 2013 by in Ayurveda

Stay Cool the Ayurvedic Way

It’s hot out there! But maybe you don’t need to turn up the air conditioning just yet. Larissa Hall Carlson, Kripalu Yoga teacher and Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist, says that changing up your yoga routine; adding certain herbs, fruits and vegetables to your diet; and even wearing particular colors can minimize the risk of getting overheated. […]

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Posted on August 5th, 2013 by in Yoga

Yoga in the Schools

Kat Olson, guest blogger One of the biggest perks of my yearlong internship with the Kripalu Yoga in the Schools (KYIS) program (an initiative of Kripalu’s Institute for Extraordinary Living (IEL)) is the fieldwork—going into our participating schools to interact with the kids, and working side-by-side with our amazing teachers and researchers. This past January, […]

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Posted on August 3rd, 2013 by in Yoga

Sizing Up: Yoga for Larger Bodies

by Bess Hochstein, guest blogger It’s an all-too-familiar scenario: Someone I meet for the first time is surprised to learn that I have a serious Ashtanga Yoga practice, simply because I don’t look like a svelte “yoga babe.” I’ve got curves, and I do yoga, and I’m fine with that, but even after decades of […]

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Posted on July 29th, 2013 by in Yoga

Yoga to Heal the Healer

Kelly Brooks, guest blogger Stressed out on the job? You’re not alone: 83 percent of Americans feel pressure from work, according to a recent Work Stress Survey. Among the most stressful occupations are doctors, nurses, therapists, and others at the front lines of health care. “These are super-stressful jobs with long hours, unpredictable schedules, and […]

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Posted on July 18th, 2013 by in Healthy Living

The Yoga of Change

Change is profoundly challenging. How many times in your life have you seen change rolling toward you, and deemed it unacceptable, not your plan? Found yourself working wildly to prevent or ignore it? Of course, it happened anyway. And how many times have you felt the urge, the deep internal pull, to change some lifestyle […]

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