Kunga Yoga Monthly Theme – November 2015 – Expressing Gratitude with Non-Violent Communication

Expressing Gratitude through the NVC Model The intention of this month’s Kunga theme is to learn to express gratitude using the model for appreciation within the methods of “Nonviolent Communication”. Nonviolent Communication was developed by psychologist Dr. Marshall Rosenberg. The NVC model is a concrete set of tools that help us to manifest mindfulness in […]

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3 Beginner Meditation Tips

The benefits of meditation practices are being talked about more in the science and medical communities and, thankfully, becoming more mainstream. We all know that meditation can benefit us in more ways than one. . .but how do you actually meditate?! This page includes 3 beginner meditation tips that are appropriate for all levels and […]

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Kunga Yoga Theme – August

August Kunga Theme – The ABC’s of Yoga Acceptance • Balance • Connection As yoga practitioners in the west, we learn much about asana, the spine, the benefits of the physical practice to our cardiovascular, respiratory, & nervous systems. As we work to learn, integrate and share the benefits of our practice off the mat, […]

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Kunga Yoga Monthly Theme – July

July Kunga Theme: 10 Minutes of Pranayama Controlling the power of the breath is the technique of “pranayama”. ”Prana” is the Sanskrit word for life force. This is the energy that exists everywhere and is manifested in each of us through the breath, but prana isn’t exactly the same thing as breath or oxygen. Prana […]

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Ayurveda & 5Elements Vinyasa Flow

Some call it a medicine system, some call it the sister science to yoga, others may refer to it simply as a practice. There are many translations of Ayurveda. ‘Ayurveda’ is actually a combination of two words. “Ayur” meaning ‘life’, and “veda” meaning ‘knowledge’. So, Ayurveda can mean ‘The science, or knowledge, of life’. Ayurveda […]

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