Director of the Kripalu Schools of Yoga and Ayurveda
Micah Mortali, Director of the Kripalu Schools of Yoga and Ayurveda and long-time Kripalu Yoga teacher, has been leading groups in wilderness and corporate settings for more than 15 years. With a passion for sharing the empowering, life-affirming practices of yoga and Ayurveda, Micah is dedicated to the idea that there is a power and a limitless possibility within every human heart, and believes that the purpose of life is to awaken and experience that possibility. He lives in the Berkshires with his wife and children, where he enjoys getting out into the hills and breathing the clean Berkshire air.
Self-Observation Without Judgment
Intermediate Yoga Class with Micah Mortali
Micah Mortali, Director of the Kripalu Schools of Yoga and Ayurveda, leads an intermediate Kripalu Yoga class.
Selfless Service—A Reflection on Boston
By Micah Mortali As I write this, it’s April 16, 2013, less than 24 hours since two explosives ripped through the crowd at the Boston Marathon leaving three...
The Yoga of Star Wars
The Yoga of Star Wars by Micah Mortali.
The Practice of Listening
Micah Mortali, Director of the Kripalu Schools of Yoga and Ayurveda, invites you to embrace the practice of listening.
Going Inward in the Season of Darkness
The winter solstice is the darkest, shortest day of the year. Because of this, it has served as a marker for human beings, a day when we have celebrated the turn back toward the light as the days begin to grow longer.
Yoga Practice for the Busy Householder
We all go through phases in our lives and in our yoga practice. People come to yoga for...
Finding Sanctuary in Kripalu Yoga
I was traumatized, exhausted, feeling lost, and awakening to the realization that my soul was calling for something I wasn’t finding.
My Son, the Pratyahara Detector
Micah Mortali, guest blogger, Kripalu Yoga teacher, and manager of the Kripalu Volunteer Program Pratyahara, or turning inward, is one of the eight limbs of...
How to Love Winter
Autumn has always been my favorite time of year. I love the crispness in the air, the warm-but-not-too-hot days, the cooler nights, the vibrantly colored leaves shimmering in the trees. But it’s also a bittersweet time of year—a time tinged with feelings of loss.
Yoga, Seva, and Naps: A Q&A with the Director of the Kripalu Schools of Yoga and Ayurveda
An interview with Micah Mortali, Director of the Kripalu Schools of Yoga and Ayurveda
Pranayama for Riding the Wave
A couple of days ago, I embarked on yet another major life change. I left Los Angeles, where I’ve been living for the last two and a half years, and returned...
Volunteering for a Longer Life
When I think about improving my overall health and increasing my longevity, I suspect I’m not that...
The Path of the Wounded Healer
The practice of yoga not only tones muscles, increases flexibility, and calms the mind, it can also help heal deep-seated wounds.
Yoga’s Ethical Guide to Living: The Yamas and Niyamas
“By firmly grasping the flower of a single virtue, a person can lift the entire garland of yama and niyama.” —Swami Kripalu The yamas and niyamas are yoga’s...
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