Resources

There are many wonderful resources to support and deepen your knowledge and practice of Yoga.  Here are some that we want to share with you.

Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health

Located in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts, Kripalu Center is an institution where people can come to discover what it means to be fully human and fully alive through a nonsectarian and non dogmatic approach to yoga. We are dedicated to the honest and unfettered inquiry into, and pursuit of, all philosophies, techniques, and approaches that produce thriving in the individual, the family, the institution, the business, the community, the society, and the planet—all at the same time.  Kripalu’s mission is to promote the art and science of yoga as a foundation for a revitalized society.

Many people consider Kripalu to be their spiritual home.  Once you go, I think you’ll know why.  Set high up on a hill overlooking a beautiful lake, surrounded by at least 11 mountains, the grounds offer walking, hiking, a zen garden and a labyrinth for meditation, and much more.  The building features include spacious views, quiet places for reading and visiting with friends, wonderful food, whirlpool and sauna, and an amazing bookstore.  Treat yourself to Kripalu body work or an ayurvedic treatment.

Whether you go for a weekend of R&R or a world class program or yoga teacher training, you will feel inspired, listened to and nurtured – body, mind and spirit.

Integrative Yoga Therapists

Bonnie Gorbaty, Integrative Yoga Therapist and Kripalu Yoga Teacher

For 25 years, people have looked to Bonnie Gorbaty for the benefits and joys of yoga. As an advanced certified Kripalu Yoga Teacher and Integrative Yoga Therapist, Bonnie brings a deep knowledge and experience in working with her students for their general well-being or in dealing with chronic issues.

Bonnie’s own personal practice of yoga for the past 36 years informs her teaching and support to her students. Students are guided in how to design their own practice that fit their life style as well as their health needs. The real benefits of yoga are both “on and off the yoga mat” as we each learn how to bring this powerful 5000 year old practice to our lives.

Go to our “Contact Us” section to learn more about our work in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

 

Janine Robichaud, Adaptive Yoga Instructor & Holistic Healing Practitioner

Janine Robichaud is a Certified Yoga Instructor, Yoga Of Recovery Counselor, Adaptive Yoga Instructor, Trauma Sensitive Yoga trained, Herbalist, Reiki II trained, holds a certificate from Plymouth State University in the PATH program (Paths and Approaches to Transformation and Healing), and a Life Coach using Co-Active Coaching techniques.

She has been practicing yoga since 2003, became certified in 2008 and now has her own yoga business traveling to people’s homes providing yoga and coaching to small groups, 1-1, as well as in some local studios.  She specializes in guiding people towards their own body, mind and spirit awareness.  Yoga, to Janine, means:  Your Own Guided Awareness.


To find an Integrative Yoga Therapist in your area click HERE

Here is a great book we recommend

This can be ordered from Amazon.  Click on the image to be taken there.

Nancy Tan integrates yoga, Ayruvedic principles and contemporary psychology in an award winning book that translates complex principles into simple language and offers practical applications that can be easily integrated into everyday living. Included, for example, are a chapter on sleeping better naturally and a chapter on weight management. Yoga teachers and psychotherapists have found the book useful as resource material as well as recommended reading for students and clients.

 

 

 


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