Yoga asks us inquire into our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual selves. For the preschool students attending the Fitzgerald Institute, this exploration process begins at an early age.
For six weeks, Ebb n' Flow Yoga welcomed these little butterflies into our studio for 30 minute yoga classes. Read reflections from Erin Fournier, the Fitzgerald Institute's Director of Operations and Learning Coach, as well as Kristin Hicks, who co-led the yoga program with the aid of her daughter, Jaelyn.
Do you have a Sadhana? A Sadhana is a daily practice that connects you to your soul and divine purpose. Since September 7, the Spirit Voyage has been hosting a 40-day Kundalini Meditation or Kryia (exercise set), with participants representing over 86 countries and numbering over 30,000 participants.
Read Kundalini instructor Kerry McDonald's personal reflection and invitation to you to join "Falling Into Grace" with Jai-Jagdeesh.
A giant hall filled with people dancing to live drumming - free flowing and un-cued, this atmosphere created a profound shift in my life. In 2012, I attended a retreat at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. One of the most inspiring lessons I took away was the healing power of dance.
What is yoga calling you to become?
For 14 individuals, yoga called them into Embodyoga® Teacher Training, led by Karen Miscall-Bannon. Hear the perspectives from four individuals - Abby, Bethany, Heather and Joy, as they share a glimpse to this part of their yoga meanderings.
Graduation season has got me thinking about knowledge, wisdom and advice. Then I realize, all the best nuggets were ones that were the ones within me all along.
With that frame, some members of our team offer wisdom to their former selves in this collectively written letter. Through our personal reflections, we hope there's something for you. It's all yoga.
“My back is killing me today.” How many times have you heard a friend, loved one or acquaintance say this? How many times have you complained about your back? Maybe this statement came with a grumble of unmistakable annoyance?
The good - or really bad - news is that you’re not alone. Low back pain is the most common pain problem in the United States.