Wise Words from Our Women’s Week Presenters

Explore articles and videos by our amazing lineup of presenters.

November 10–November 15

The Revolution Within: Women’s Week at Kripalu

Join us for a week of solidarity in a program that's designed for all womxn and embraces an intergenerational, multicultural, multiracial, non-partisan community.

Jun 01, 2020

Your Liberation Is On the Line

Rev. angel Kyodo williams writes, "The construct of white supremacy is an illness. And we must commit to being the cure."

Angela Farmer on Yoga, Activism, and Reconnecting with the Body

Inner activism, says Angela Farmer, means practicing internal healing to prepare for action.

3 Lessons of Revolutionary Love in a Time of Rage, with Valarie Kaur

Valarie shares three moving stories that taught her how love can be a force for social justice.

How Mindfulness Supports Women's Empowerment: A Conversation with Kate Johnson

Women need to build trust across our differences, and engage in self-examination and deep dialogue from a place of mindful awareness, says meditation teacher...

How Yoga Supports Women's Empowerment

Kripalu CEO Barbara Vacarr sat down with four Women’s Week presenters to discuss what "the revolution within" means to each of them, and why...

The Yoga of Living: Leadership, Love, and Freedom

Yoga is a process, a way in which we engage with life, says Coby Kozlowski.

Women, Power, and Being the Change

Wise words from Maya Breuer and Jana Long, cofounders of the Black Yoga Teachers Alliance.

Reclaiming the Divine Feminine: A Conversation with Alexandra Roxo

To fully embrace our power as women, says Kripalu presenter Alexandra Roxo, we need to reclaim the divinity that is simply part of who we are.

Kripalu Perspectives: Ancient Healing for Women’s Health with Dr. Claudia Welch

Find out how tools from Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine can impact women’s health.

Zelda Hotaling’s Sacred Dream Circle Project

A photo essay featuring Zelda's harmonizing and healing works.

If You Can Talk, You Can Write: Telling YOUR Story

We all have stories. What keeps us from writing them down?