Sarahjoy Marsh, MA, RYT 500, is a yoga teacher and author whose teachings are informed by extensive study of both Eastern and Western modalities, including the psychology of yoga, Ayurveda, rehabilitative yoga, interpersonal neurobiology, transpersonal counseling, and art therapy. She is the author of Hunger, Hope and Healing: A Yoga Approach to Reclaiming Your Relationship with Your Body and Food, which integrates powerful yoga and mindfulness tools with contemporary psychological modalities for a comprehensive approach to healing. Committed to supporting marginalized populations and using yoga for social justice, Sarahjoy is the founder of Living Yoga, a yoga outreach program, and the DAYA Foundation, a nonprofit yoga therapy center.
Moving from Love, Not Shame
Love is the force through which any sense of inadequacy is burned away, allowing the blazing clarity of our deepest worth to shine forth.
Savor the Season: Mindful Eating for the Holidays
The way to avoid excess weight is not a drastic diet but lifestyle changes. One of the most constructive changes is to adopt a mindful-eating practice.
Kripalu Perspectives: Mothers and Daughters Find Union in Yoga with Sarahjoy Marsh
Listen in and enjoy inspirational thoughts from Kripalu faculty and invited presenters—leading teachers, writers, and thinkers in the fields of yoga, health, and personal growth.
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