Tag Archives: yoga
Posted on September 22nd, 2014 by in Conscious Living, Words from the Wise

Creative Expression for the Care of the Soul

By Dan Leven Sometimes my creative spirit is like a bear hibernating; at other times, it’s like a blossoming field of sunflowers. When I teach Kripalu Noon Dance, I often find myself in that field of sunflowers. This creative state is not just a frame of mind, it encompasses the body and breath as well. My […]

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Posted on September 13th, 2014 by in Relationships

Relationships as Spiritual Practice

Not long ago, a student asked me, “What do you think has been the most healing experience of your yoga practice?” The question gave me pause. My mind started scrolling through a list of my favorite practices. Was it nadi shodhana? Asana? Meditation? My experience of Ayurveda? Slightly stumped, I replied that it was probably […]

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Posted on September 4th, 2014 by in Ask the Expert, Yoga

Yoga, Anatomy, and the Art of Connection

In this edition of Ask the Expert, Kripalu School of Yoga faculty member Michelle Dalbec discusses how anatomy affects your yoga practice, how yoga translates off the mat, and what to be aware of when starting a home practice. Q Does anatomy really affect what postures we can do, or does our mastery of postures […]

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Posted on August 27th, 2014 by in Outside Our Walls, Yoga

Family Yoga and Finding Your Own Way

by Zac Hills-Bonczyk My mom was the first family member to become a Kripalu Yoga teacher. She completely immersed herself in the yoga and Ayurveda lifestyle after her cancer diagnosis and during her subsequent recovery. After completing the 200-hour training, Mom plunged straight into the 500-hour, and started a yoga studio in our house. Word […]

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Posted on August 23rd, 2014 by in Yoga

Remembering B. K. S. Iyengar, a Man Who Was Once the “Anti-Advertisement for Yoga”

by Shannon Sexton Fierce. Kind. Creative. Iconical. These are some of the words used to describe B. K. S. Iyengar, who until his passing on August 20 in Pune, India, was regarded to be one of the greatest living yoga masters. Why? Because back in the 1950s—long before 20 million Americans were practicing yoga and […]

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Posted on August 9th, 2014 by in Conscious Living

Making Schools Happy, Healthy Places

A Q&A with Edi Pasalis, Director of the Kripalu Institute for Extraordinary Living In April, the Kripalu Institute for Extraordinary Living (IEL) hosted the first Yoga in the Schools Symposium, presented in partnership with the University of Virginia’s Contemplative Sciences Center and Curry School of Education. Edi Pasalis, Director of the IEL, shared highlights of […]

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Posted on August 3rd, 2014 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Quiet

Take a moment of stillness to pause and breathe. As we let go and head into a new week, set your intention for mindfulness.

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Posted on August 2nd, 2014 by in Yoga

Broga: Men’s Yoga for Mind and Body

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, […]

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