Coby Kozlowski

Coby Kozlowski, MA, E-RYT, a graduate and faculty member for the Kripalu School of Yoga, has been featured on the cover of Yoga Journal and Mantra Yoga + Health, and was named “one of the seven yoga teachers who have changed the practice of yoga.” Her vibrant style as a life coach trainer; yoga, dance, and meditation educator; inspirational speaker; and transformative leadership expert is infused with intelligence and heartfelt humor. Coby is the founder of Karma Yoga Leadership Intensive: A One Degree Revolution, Souluna Life Coach Certification, and the evolutionary program Quarter-Life Calling: Creating an Extraordinary Life in Your 20s.

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Resources

  • Growing Your Garden

    You are here to learn how to recognize your own callings, and to explore. Like the sunflower is called to be the sunflower, you are called to something...

  • Practice as the Portal to Growth

    Through the sincere, disciplined practice of yoga, we can each have a direct experience of ourselves and the world.

  • Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Coby Kozlowski

    Get into the flow with dynamic Kripalu School of Yoga faculty member Coby Kozlowski.

  • Five Ways to Dance with Life

    When we dance with life, we take energy in and give it back to the world in a graceful exchange, says Coby Kozlowski.

  • Four Things Yoga Teachers Should Know About Kripalu Vinyasa

    Kripalu Vinyasa might look a little different, but it’s still got the Kripalu DNA, says School of Yoga faculty Coby Kozlowski.

  • The Yoga of Living: Leadership, Love, and Freedom

    Yoga, ultimately, is so much more than Downward-Facing Dog. Rather, it’s a process, the way in which we engage with life, says Coby Kozlowski.

  • Inspired Action

    Kripalu Yoga teacher Coby Kozlowski prompts us to ask ourselves, How can we be of service to the world?

  • Life Is Perspective

    Kripalu Yoga teacher and life coach Coby Kozlowski says that we can approach our experiences as "the observer, the witness, open to seeing the way we frame our own experience in the belief systems that we’ve codified in our perspective.”

  • Yoga for Your Health

    Many of us have experienced the immediate results of practicing yoga: less stress and a sense of calm. But regular practice could also yield long-term health benefits.

  • The Path of Personal Growth

    As interpreted through the lens of yoga, personal growth is a gradual and permanent shift in how we relate to ourselves and to the world.

  • Decluttering, Mentally and Physically

    How to clear your head—and your life—of all that stuff. For their book, Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century, a team of researchers at the University of...

  • What’s New in the Kripalu Schools

    Ready to get back to yoga school—or enroll for the first time? Here's all the news from the Kripalu Schools.

  • How to Take a Digital Detox

    In the 21st century, the digital detox has become a vital tool for well-being. When we put down our devices, we look up, engage, and come back to the world, and to ourselves.

  • Making Space to Just Be: A Q&A with Coby Kozlowski

    Coby Kozlowski, a life coach, expressive-arts therapist, and faculty member at Kripalu, talks about how to create space in your life.

  • Yoga and Parenting: Breath, Self-Care, and Letting Go

    Parenting is an incredible and rewarding learning experience. And it’s not for the faint of heart. Yoga, mindfulness, and meditation can all support the journey.

  • Paying it Forward, in Two Languages

    During my first visit to Kripalu in the summer of 2010, Kripalu Yoga teacher Coby Kozlowski hit me over the head with what...

  • Life as a Practice: A Q&A with Coby Kozlowksi

    Coby Kozlowski, a life coach and faculty member at Kripalu, answers questions about trusting your instincts, making big decisions, and finding the right life coach for you.

  • Compassion and the Path of Self-Study

    One of the reasons Kripalu School of Yoga alum Ilana Beigel practices yoga (on and off the mat) is for svadhyaya (self-study). She has found the curriculum for this topic to be infinite.

  • The Power of Play

    The warmer months can brings us back to the freedom of childhood, when summer meant school-free, carefree days. But as adults, finding the time to be...