I’ve written about Kripalu before. It’s location in Stockbridge, Massachusetts is pretty majestic. Where to begin? You can experience yoga, ayurveda, meditation, and any variety of extreme self-care. Know this: if self-development/inner transformation is what you seek, you are in the right place. You can experience Kripalu through an incredible roster of guest presenters and programs, teacher trainings, immersion learning, or simply a day trip/weekend to relax and reconnect. This is when “too much of a good thing” is … fantastic. Ready to explore?
Upcoming October events will not disappoint.
Master teacher (living goddess?) Shiva Rea’s “Inner Flow – The Art of Sequencing Vinyasa as Movement Meditation,” will take place October 8-13. Rea is the founder of Samudra Global School for Living Yoga, Yogadventure Retreats, and her first book, “Tending the Heart Fire: Living in Flow With the Pulse of Life,” was published in 2014.
Compulsive behavioral expert Geneen Roth’s “Make Peace With Food: Three Keys to Vitality, Radiance, and Weight Loss,” happens October 13-15. Roth’s book, “Women, Food, and God,” is a best-seller, in addition to her latest, “Unexpected Revelations About Food and Money,” and her message about radical self-acceptance is powerful.
Peggy Cappy from the PBS series “Yoga For the Rest of Us,” will present a four day workshop, “Yoga For The Rest of Us and Beyond” October 9-13. Cappy is dedicated to making yoga accessible to one and all. Those new to yoga, chronic pain sufferers, or anyone with physical limitations will receive the crystal clear message: we can all do yoga in a way that feels right for our individual bodies. Practical. Welcoming. Inclusive.