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Stress Reduction through Yoga

Stress Reduction through Yoga

When you are fully present, the simple joy of living and interacting with life arises spontaneously from moment to moment. Your ability to be fully present and experience a deep sense of health, happiness, and wellbeing depends upon the homeostatic, co-creative...

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Experience the Healing Miracles of Yoga Nidra

Experience the Healing Miracles of Yoga Nidra

Can this ancient meditation technique neutralize the epidemic of stress? Stress has ballooned to an incredible $1 trillion health epidemic, according to Peter Schnall’s book Unhealthy Work. That’s more expensive than the combined cost of cancer, smoking, diabetes, and...

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Rest, Reset and Recharge

Rest, Reset and Recharge

Wouldn’t you like to give yourself the gift of a recharge- so that you feel better and have more to give to the people in your life that you love? Stress created illnesses are at an all-time high!  Our modern-day society places a lot of emphasis on our mental...

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Self-Discovery as the Essential Focus of a Yoga Practice

I AM YOGA: Integrative Amrit Method Yoga: An approach to the practice of yoga that uses self-discovery as its essential focus. The practice of I AM Yoga is shifting from your head to your heart, from your mind to prana, from thinking to feeling, from doing to being,...

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Enjoy this 90 minute gentle yoga class! All you need is: Comfortable place to sit – Chair or Cross-Legged Floor space in front of you The intention to allow yourself this time for you This practice draws your focused attention to body, breath and mind, using seated...

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Gentle 60-minute Yoga Class Anyone Can Do (Chair Yoga)

Welcome Veda’s Gentle 60-minute class! Please sit in a comfortable chair, without arms, to begin your practice. We will move from seated relaxations and seated warm-up stretches to carefully guided gentle Amrit Yoga postures. If you plan to stand up for these, you may...

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This simple 10 minutes exercise has the power to change the way you understand yoga, prana, energy and meditation. This practice is referred to as Chitta-Prana meditation - "mind following energy" and was described by His Holiness Swami Kripalu as the "highest...

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Yoga Nidra Intention Worksheet (We recommend completing this exercise before doing the meditation to gain the maximum benefit and understanding!) Intention is a mental organizing device to bring about cognitive/behavioral integration creating an alignment between what...

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Yoga Nidra: The Art of Non-Doing

Yoga Nidra: The Art of Non-Doing

There is a reason stress is at epidemic levels in the West and I believe this is why: We don’t know how to stop. Our waking hours have taken over our sleeping hours. Even our sleep and rest is in service of doing more, rather than being more. We don’t sleep to be...

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Yogi Amrit Desai returns to India

Headline: American Yogi, Amrit Desai, brings American students to yoga seminar at Malav Kripalu Samadhi Mandir Summary: Yogi Amrit Desai, one of few living closest disciples of Swami Kripalu who has taken his teaching to over 40 countries holding seminar here at Malav...

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Return to India: The Legacy of an Ancient Lineage

Return to India: The Legacy of an Ancient Lineage

Malav Ashram is a Holy Site in the heart of Gujarat where the famous saint, Swami Kripalvandandaji spent over twelve years in Sadhana. Before his Mahasamadhi, he asked his disciples to be buried in a specific field located in Malav due to the sacredness and serenity...

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Change is not just the force of destruction but also the force of creation. Underlying the forces of opposites is the integration that is inherent in change. Change has neither ups nor downs. It is neither good nor bad, neither right nor wrong. All opposites become one through change.

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Understanding Change

Change is not just the force of destruction but also the force of creation. Underlying the forces of opposites is the integration that is inherent in change. Change has neither ups nor downs. It is neither good nor bad, neither right nor wrong. All opposites become...

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