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Lessons from Nature by Lori Henry

Have you ever had the experience of something important hitting you unexpectedly? Maybe a light bulb moment or a revelation? I had an experience like that a few months ago. What grabbed my attention that day was a patch of bramble. It was a fairly chilly day in the...

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Q&A with Swami Kripalu during his time at Sumneytown, PA

This month we are looking at a question posed to Swami Kriplau about practical ways to control desire. Question to Swami Kripalu: What are some practical ways to control desires? Answer:  Self observation is the key.  This is the sum total of the entire spiritual...

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Meet Guest Writer Catherine Striegel

This year we invited PK teachers to share thoughts, stories and articles with us.  As a way of introduction, we asked each writer to share their answers to the following questions: what brought you to the mat as a student and teacher? what inspires you to keep...

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Q&A with Swami Kripalu from his time at Sumneytown

Question to Swami Kripalu:  You told us that strong prana is necessary to succeed in yoga.  How can I develop strong prana? Answer:  Prana can be strengthened in many different ways.  Each seeker is different and the correct method should be used for each seeker....

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Meet Guest Writer Amy Necci

This year we invited PK teachers to share thoughts, stories and articles with us.  As a way of introduction, we asked each writer to share their answers to the following questions: what brought you to the mat as a student and teacher? what inspires you to keep...

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Meet Guest Writer Lori Henry

This year we invited PK teachers to share thoughts, stories and articles with us.  As a way of introduction, we asked each writer to share their answers to the following questions: what brought you to the mat as a student and teacher? what inspires you to keep...

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Our 2017 Accomplishments

It was a banner 2017 for Pranakriya - here is a brief overview of what we did in 2017:   We offered 54 programs this year and ran 36 of them; 440 students took trainings with us this year; We raised over $20,000 in donations to support the school; We provided 5...

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A Mini-Yoga Practice from Pam

A Mini Practice from Pam:  To build to Flamingo (one of my fav’s)   Kapalabhati/Bhastrika  -- rolling bridge  -- ½ wind relieving into knee down twist  -- both sides  -- rolling happy baby with top leg extending to each side for hammy stretch  -- bridge variation with...

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Kim Murphy Shares Some Favorite Reads

Janet Evanovich Tricky Twenty-Two - I have read all 22 they are an easy read, some of them are laugh out loud funny. The Yamas & Niyamas: Exploring Yoga's Ethical Practice by Deborah Adele - I can really connect with how the author relates these spiritual concepts to...

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Usha Shares Her Favorite Recipe

My Amma's Quick Veggie Curry (Amma is my mum) Cook the following veggies (add your own, or subtract the ones you don't want) in salt water with 1 tsp. Turmeric, 1 1/2 tsp. Chile powder, 1 Tbsp. Coriander Powder. - half a handful diced potatoes - half a handful chopped...

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Catch Up with Pam Blum, Director-in-Training

PROGRAM YOU ARE IN TRAINING TO LEAD: Advanced Asana WHY DID YOU JOIN THE DIT PROGRAM? Because Pranakriya Yoga has positively impacted my life to a great degree; I believe in it wholeheartedly and want to be part of sharing the gems with both yoga participants and yoga...

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The Pranakriya School of Yoga Healing Arts is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to teaching the ancient and contemporary practices of yoga to enhance the lives of individuals.

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