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Yoga on Disc: Recently released yoga products

Winter 2008

by Tresca Weinstein


How to Grow Younger: Emergency Stress Relief at Home, at Work, or in Bed
with Yoga Nurse Annette Tersigni, RN

Designed for all ages and for those with a wide range of chronic diseases and stress-related conditions, this CD offers relief in the form of deep relaxation and renewal. Clearly and compassionately guided by Annette, a nurse and certified Kripalu and Integral Medical Yoga teacher, the dozen tracks offer breath energizers as well as stretches to relieve aching backs, strained eyes, and repetitive stress. www.yoganurse.com

Angelena’s Yoga, Using A Chair
Angelena Craig

Ideal for teaching those with limited mobility, recovering from injuries, or in corporate settings, chair yoga offers all the benefits of the practice in a confined and supported space. Angelena, a Kripalu Yoga teacher and director of the NewAging Movement, guides seated breathing, stretching, and meditation as well as postures such as Warrior, adapted for the chair. An optional section offers standing and balancing poses using the chair for support. www.thenewagingmovement.com

Tutorial for Chanting the Yogasutra of Patanjali
Samadhipada Andy Sugerman

A yoga teacher and yoga therapist who studied Sanskrit with S. Ramaswami (a student of T. Krishnamacharya), Andy breaks down the chanting of the Yoga Sutra into 55 separate tracks so you can work with each one separately or as a complete practice. No worries if you have difficulty with the sounds: The final track on the CD is a prayer asking forgiveness for any mistakes made in the pronunciation of the Sanskrit. AndySugerman@aol.com

A New Dawn
Bhavani Lorraine Nelson

When Bhavani sang "Prayer to the Ocean of Life" at the 2007 KYTA conference, KYTA members repeatedly requested that she record this powerful, heart-warming song. On her new CD, Bhavani fulfills that request and adds a dozen more uplifting and soul-searching songs in which her rich voice glows against a tapestry of musical accompaniment by Linda Worster, David Grover, Mark Kelso, and others. www.bhavanilorrainenelson.com

Block Island Yoga: Tidal Flow
Susan J. Littlefield

A Kripalu Yoga teacher and holistic counselor, Susan guides a gentle practice that includes centering with the breath, warming up the joints, the six movements of the spine, energizing standing postures, and a deep relaxation. Flow is definitely the right word for this CD, which offers fluid directions and sequences guided with graceful, clear language. Music by Todd Norian. www.blockislandyoga.com

Fanning the Fire: Intermediate-Level Yoga Practice
Rudy Peirce

Known for his popular Kripalu Yoga: Gentle series, Rudy offers a more vigorous practice here, built around the standing Thunderbolt sequence, originally designed for the Men’s Yoga Quest program. He brings his trademark serenity and heartfulness to this CD, which also includes kriya, a detailed experience of Hero, a pranayama practice, and meditation. www.gentleyogi.com

And check out these talented KYTA conference headliners and their fabulous CDs:
KDZ, The Kripalu Drummers: Slang Rhythm Speak, KDZ Live www.kdzdrum.com
Megha Nancy Buttenheim: Animal Songs, Moontides, Power and Grace www.letyouryogadance.com
Satyaa and Pari: Mukti: Mantras and Devotional Songs www.Satyaa-Pari.com
John de Kadt: Eight, This Rhythm Is Not Mine www.johndekadt.com
Steve Gorn: Rasika with Samir Chatterjee www.stevegorn.com
JoJo Silverman and Yatri Priya: Bhagavan Kripa: A Kirtan of Grace www.musicasprayer.com
Shivananda Thomas Amelio: Mantra Darshan: Sanskrit Mantra Invocations for Meditation and Healing www.shivananda.net

Complete list of articles by this author:

The 1999 KYTA Conference Fosters Excitement and Growth

KYTA's Teaching for Diversity Program

Scenes from a Conference: More than 300 teachers attend KYTA Conference 2000

Snapshots from KYTA Conference 2001

Bindu Source Johnson shares her experience

Coverage of the 2002 KYTA Conference, Oct. 24-27

Tides Foundation awards KYTA $50,000 for yoga teachers serving diverse populations

Yoga on Tape: Reviews of yoga products created by KYTA members

Yoga on Disc and Tape

KYTA Conference 2003 in words and pictures

KYTA Conference 2004

Yoga on Disc

Kripalu implements new approach to program assisting

Complete guide to Kripalu Yoga hits the shelves

Coverage of KYTA Conference 2005

Enhancing your teaching with yoga's sister science: Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist training begins in January

A sneak peek at KYTA's 2006 Yoga Teachers Conference

Yoga on Disc

Green warriors: Laura Cornell's Green Yoga Association blends yoga and ecology

Yogagaia tells the story of the universe

The yoga of laughter: Keni Fine's Sleeping Swami brings giggles and guidance to the world

Yoga on Disc: Reviews of new yoga products created by KYTA members

Changing the world in memory of a daughter: The Rachel Greene Memorial Fund

Yoga on Disc: Reviews of new yoga CDs from our members

Yoga on Disc: Reviews of CDs by KYTA Conference 2007 presenters and entertainers

Reigniting the flame: KYTA Conference 2007

New member discounts are here! Save every time you visit Kripalu

Flow states: Questions for Ed Harrold

Yoga on Disc

Yoga on Disc, Tape, and Paper

Yoga Ed. trainer awarded $150,000 grant to bring yoga to Pittsburgh public schools

Yoga Everywhere: Spotlighting our Teaching for Diversity grant recipients

Yoga on Disc and on the Page

Green Yoga Association takes new form

Yoga on Disc and on the Page: Reviews of recently released products

Yoga and the Imagination: A Q&A with Randal Williams

Yoga on Disc and on the Page

How we got to the KYTA Conference, and what we found there

Yoga Everywhere: A column spotlighting our Teaching for Diversity grant recipients

Yoga on Disc

Profile of a Cross Trainer

Seva CD 2008: The Soundtrack of Kripalu

Restorative Yoga: The Yoga of Meditation

News from the Professional Trainings Office

Deep Green Yoga

Yoga on Disc and on the Page

The State of the Training

Yoga + Ayurveda: The Perfect Formula for Balance

Edi Pasalis and the Institute for Extraordinary Living pioneer a standardized Kripalu curriculum.

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