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Kripalu's mission is to empower people and communities to realize their full potential through the transformative wisdom and practice of yoga.
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Unleash your calling & move past fear to discover and soar in the work you were born to do! Join at Kripalu for a weekend packed with breakthrough exercises, group interaction and support, personal attention, & passionate mentoring.
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Do you happen to glance at the clock at 1:11 nearly every afternoon? Is it just a coincidence? believes certain number combinations carry divine meaning. Here are his guidelines for unlocking their messages.
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Set your intentions through journaling and creative expression! Join Kripalu faculty members & Izzy Lenihan and open up the creative passion that exists in all of us.
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Lisa Jakub 5h
Starting to get so excited for my weekend workshop at - there is still space available if you want to join me in March!
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There are so many ways to create a mandala and each one is as unique as the person creating it. Kripalu Yoga in the Schools teacher Karen Arp-Sandel shares why what we make is not as important as the process of making it.
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What does it mean to be embodied? Osteopathic physician and Continuum teacher Bonnie Gintis explores the connections between embodiment, spiritual practice, and self-care.
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Nancy Swisher Jan 12
Your Voice Matters | Kripalu Join me at Kripalu March 2-4!
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Kripalu Jan 17
The yamas and niyamas are yoga’s ethical guidelines laid out in the first two limbs of Patanjali’s eightfold path. They’re like a map written to guide you on your life’s journey. Together, they form a moral code of conduct.
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Dani Shapiro Jan 17
Writers, looking for a winter reboot? Come to for a restorative weekend of writing prompts and meditations designed to get you going.
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Kripalu Jan 17
Is there a way to lose weight and keep it off? There is—and it has been road-tested for the last 5,000 years. shares eight Ayurveda tips that can naturally and gently guide you toward holistic and healthy weight loss.
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Otto John Kralovec Jan 16
Join me May 28-31, 2018 for A SHAMAN'S PATHWAY TO THE DIVINE.
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Kripalu Jan 16
We all have patterns and ways of being that create stress and imbalance, for ourselves and for those we love. One of the best ways to begin to bring more self-care into our lives is to recognize that self-care is not an all-or-nothing situation.
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Kripalu Jan 16
Kitchari is used as a cleansing and detoxifying food in Ayurveda. Here’s how to make the perfect kitchari, with vegan and gluten-free variations as well as options for all three doshas.
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Lila Yoga Jan 15
Join Lila Yoga at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in Stockbridge, Massachusetts! April 6-8th, experience a program that creates a beautiful flow of focused energy and calms the mind. View itinerary at: Email admin@lilayoga.com to sign up!
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Kripalu Jan 16
Barbara Vacarr, PhD, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health's CEO talks with for their series “Breakfast with The Eagle.”
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Kripalu Jan 15
How do we get a good night’s sleep when our minds are on overdrive, and our muscles are all bound up? Kripalu presenter offers some tips she's found extremely helpful when it comes to insomnia.
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Kripalu Jan 15
One of the best ways to reap the long-term benefits of is to consume it in foods or teas. Here are 10 creative ways to incorporate turmeric into your daily diet.
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Kripalu Jan 15
How can you open yourself up to feel the presence of your guides every day? You don’t have to be a medium or a psychic to make this happen. shares five steps to deepen your relationship with your spirit guides.
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Kripalu Jan 15
Senior meditation teacher and upcoming Kripalu presenter discusses how to let go of strong emotions when they come up during your meditation practice.
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Kripalu Jan 14
It’s no secret that writing down thoughts, feelings, frustrations, experiences, and life lessons in a notebook, journal, or a computer helps preserve memories for the future. But are you aware that writing in a journal can also have health benefits?
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