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She Recovers® Foundation’s Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher Training

SHE RECOVERS ® Yoga will offer their Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher Designation Program taught by Taryn Strong in 2023. You can join the waitlist for an upcoming training here. During the training, you will gain the tools and knowledge to confidently hold space for...

New Year’s Silent Retreat

Join Integral Yoga for an inspirational and renewing start to the New Year with a hybrid silent retreat from Dec. 28, 2022 – January 1, 2023. The retreat will be held in person at Satchidananda Ashram–Yogaville AND Online. Take time to step back from the demands of...
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Cultivating Gratitude: A Month of Practice Ideas

Cultivating Gratitude: A Month of Practice Ideas

This offering of 30 daily gratitude practice ideas from Gratefulness.org ranges from simple actions to reflective meditations to weeklong commitments – all designed to inspire and support your grateful living journey. Experiment with repeating one practice every day...

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Vegetarian Crocodile Offered Last Rites at Hindu Temple

Vegetarian Crocodile Offered Last Rites at Hindu Temple

Indian Express: In a rare gesture, a Kerala temple accorded “bhu samadhi” to a crocodile, named Babiya, that died in the shrine’s pond on Sunday night and a post-mortem cited the death due to old age. Since the crocodile has been part of the lore of Sree...

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The Meat & Dairy Farmers Going Vegan

The Meat & Dairy Farmers Going Vegan

Recently, BBC News reported that after one UK dairy farmer lost most of his dairy herd to bovine tuberculosis that he decided he would no longer send animals to the slaughterhouse. "It made me wonder if we can justify the industrial slaughter of sentient beings," says...

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Be the Centerpoint

Be the Centerpoint

We all look for excitement, thinking that it is a plus. But what is a plus? A minus crossed. A pendulum won’t swing to the plus side and remain there. When it swings to one side, it automatically has to come back to the other. When you want excitement, and swing to...

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The Heart of the Matter

The Heart of the Matter

My father would have been in a coffin when I was 16 years-old had he not noticed subtle changes in his breathing and the way that he felt while running on a treadmill at the gym. My father was an avid runner, and a wonderful example of one who takes care of their...

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Finding Gold in Yoga Practice

Finding Gold in Yoga Practice

It has been easy for me to stay on the spiritual path for thirty-four years; but finding an attitude that sustains my joy and compassion is the challenge. A dogmatic seeker is dangerous. I could easily become rigid, controlling, or just an annoying know-it-all. It’s...

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Yoga as “Lifestyle Medicine”

Yoga as “Lifestyle Medicine”

I first came across the teachings of Swami Satchidananda (Sri Gurudev) in a transcript from a talk he gave in which he said, “We have a natural state of ease and when we lose it we get disease.” I was in medical school at the time, and nobody was really addressing the...

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