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Pianist Serenades Rescued Elephants

Paul Barton is a pianist from Yorkshire, England who traded the dales and concert halls for the jungles of Thailand, where he performs for elephants rescued from captivity, some blind and handicapped, at a sanctuary in Thailand. This story and short video is so...

Nothing is Everything: A Conversation with Br. David Steindl-Rast, OSB

A Benedictine monk for the last 66 years, Brother David Steindl-Rast and Swami Satchidananda were close spiritual friends and brothers as interfaith activists and pioneers. An internationally-recognized practitioner of gratitude and founder of gratefulness.org,...
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Integral Yoga TV – New Classes Each Week!

Integral Yoga TV – New Classes Each Week!

You can have 24/7 access to a large and ever-expanding library of recorded Integral Yoga Teachings and Classes when you become an Integral Yoga TV member. Whether you are interested in improving flexibility and strength, calming the mind, developing healthy habits,...

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Online Interfaith Meditation Conference June 10-12, 2022

Online Interfaith Meditation Conference June 10-12, 2022

Join faith leaders and spiritual teachers from various traditions in this online interfaith meditation conference from June 10 – 12, 2022. Meditation is one of the most widely used forms of spiritual practice that enables us to connect to the Divine. This timeless...

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Weeds are a Gardener’s Best Friend

Weeds are a Gardener’s Best Friend

One fine spring morning I stood on the deck as the sun crested the trees. Tucked into the raised beds, cabbages, and leaf lettuce glittered with dew. As if on cue a Mourning Dove landed on the topmost barn gable. I half expected a butterfly to land on my shoulder and...

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The Fruit of Practice

The Fruit of Practice

A meditation teacher of mine once quoted a Burmese teacher as saying “When everything that can go is gone, what’s left is the truth.” That sentence resonated with me. I heard it maybe 20 years ago and I still reference it and repeat it a lot. And I think that’s...

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The Science of Sound

The Science of Sound

In any Sanskrit mantra, one of the letters will be a sound that is considered a “seed” sound or a bija. The various bijas each have a different effect on our bodies and minds, and even on plant life. Mantra Shastra, is the science of sound. In Yoga, we have the...

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Can the Yoga Sutras Bestow Power?

Can the Yoga Sutras Bestow Power?

Observing how Yoga has changed the world, I cannot help but wonder how the world has changed Yoga. As the plethora of Yoga studios and communities formed, they focused mainly on serving the physical body. The calling was great; strengthen and balance the body—that is...

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Yoga for Strong Bones-Part 1: May 14-15 Online

Yoga for Strong Bones-Part 1: May 14-15 Online

Discover how Yoga asana (posture) can help to build and maintain strong bones. Join Integral Yoga master teacher Satya Greenstone, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT for the Yoga for Strong Bones Part 1 online workshop, May 14 – 15, 2022. A 10-year study by Dr. Loren Fishman...

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Masters of Arts Degree in Yoga Studies

Masters of Arts Degree in Yoga Studies

The Graduate Yoga Studies Program at Loyola Marymount University provides deep study of the Yoga tradition from multiple perspectives through a Master of Arts degree, offered both in residential and low-residency formats. The graduate program is designed to help...

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