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Posted on April 16th, 2014 by in Yoga

Trusting the Wisdom of Yoga

“When the mind is steady, we can see a little truth. When the mind is disturbed, we can’t see anything. Growth allows a portion of the mind to remain an objective witness even in the face of disturbance. This witness is always there, if one can keep a wakeful attitude.” —Swami Kripalu One of the […]

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Posted on December 23rd, 2013 by in Conscious Living, Meditation, Yoga

The Yogi’s Guide to Giving

By Shannon Sexton If you love yoga, you’re probably eager to share the gifts of healthy living, delicious food, spiritual wisdom, and the joys of practice with your family and friends. The good news: If they already have a practice—or are curious about starting one—you can give them meaningful gifts that reflect your values while […]

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Posted on July 22nd, 2013 by in Yoga

Your Yoga Practice: Stress vs. Success

More is better—at least that’s what most Americans are brought up to believe.  If we try harder, work faster, and expend more energy, we’ll achieve better results, more success, and greater satisfaction. I’ve bought into this notion just as much as anyone else.  If I’m looking to take my game to the next level—whether I’m […]

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Posted on July 6th, 2013 by in Teachers Corner, Yoga

Down Dog, Up Dog

Stephanie Knox Cubbon I came to teaching yoga for the same reason many people do—because yoga transformed my life and I wanted to share the gifts it had given me with others. I chose Kripalu, quite simply, because of Stephen Cope. Right around the time I discovered yoga, my cousin recommended that I read Yoga […]

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Posted on July 4th, 2013 by in Yoga

The Benefits of a Home Yoga Practice

There’s not much I enjoy more than going to a yoga class. The energy created from being in a roomful of like-minded people practicing together can’t compare to much else. Seeing the monumental shifts yoga can create in people’s lives is important to witness as a community. For most of us life is very busy […]

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