On Campus Program

Simple Strategies to Struggle Less and Savor More

For everyone

Translate inspiration and intention into sustainable practices for changing your brain, body, and behavior in this educational and experiential program. Instead of fighting yourself and the moment, Aruni Nan Futuronsky’s model of change is rooted in radical self-compassion. Her approach is body-centered, utilizing the concept of “samskara,” or energy blocks in the body, and offering the practice of presence as a doorway to change and transmutation.

Based on Aruni’s popular and practical book, Not Over Yet: Simple Strategies to Struggle Less and Savor More, this program explores

  • Mindful compassion as a doorway to transformation
  • The right use of will
  • Sankalpa, the yogic practice of intentionality
  • Meditation techniques
  • Movement as metaphor
  • Conscious communication
  • Insight journaling
  • Deep relaxation.

The plasticity of the brain enables you to continually outlive old behavior and establish new ways of responding to the moment. You can choose how you live—nothing is outside the realm of possibility. Learn to become your authentic self in a powerful group experience that fosters connections to self and others.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
All Self-Discovery


Aruni Nan Futuronsky is a Kripalu Yoga teacher, life coach, and Legacy Faculty member for Kripalu R&R and Kripalu programs.

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