February 27, 2019

When leading Yoga Nidra workshops, I often begin by asking the students: “Is there anyone who doesn’t feel stressed?” Interestingly, nobody ever responds to this question other than by laughing. It's a question that doesn’t need to be answered.

It was my own stress that...

August 4, 2017

Mindfully walking in a forest or a city, we can lose our way, just as in the mind we can become lost inside ourselves, confused, and lose touch with what’s true and with our values. Following a walking path is often easier than achieving clarity in the mind and in life...

August 4, 2017

Walking in natural places affects us differently than moving through man-made environs. A forest or meadow untouched by human design plugs into something uncomplicated in the mind and heart. They speak to us, not in words or ideas, but by reflecting something in us we’...

August 4, 2017

One of the most rewarding things about teaching yoga in the workplace is seeing the tangible relaxation appearing on the faces of participants in the first session. What a win-win for employee and employer— the benefits of stress reduction, refreshed energy, and mental...

August 4, 2017

Kripalu Yoga is perhaps best known for its unique focus of balancing physical strength, flexibility and radiant health with enhanced self-awareness.

Typically, a Kripalu Yoga teacher will incorporate breathing, physical postures and meditation techniques into a class, t...

August 1, 2017

MOON SALUTATION – CHANDRA NAMASKAR

There are times when we need a more restorative, quieting and soothing practice. Moon Salutation invites you to calm the nervous system, go inward and cultivate introspection. Combine it with pranayama, and follow by meditation to help...

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