• The Forest (Yoga and Art)

    The forest is the bottom line. Without it the thousands of species that have evolved with it will fade from the earth.

    Katie Manitsas

    Jul 08, 2014

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    Living in the heart of sadness

    The teaching of bodhicitta encourages us to go toward our sadness in order to break down the barriers that separate us, writes Anna Greer

    Anna Greer

    Jul 08, 2014

  • Cats and Dogs (and Chimps) are People Too!

    There is heartening news for those who care about animals on the front page of the New York Times today.

    Katie Manitsas

    Jul 08, 2014

  • Yoga’s Response to Climate Change

    How the ancient teachings of the Bhagavad Gita can give us insight into dealing with global climate change

    Yogesvara

    Oct 09, 2013

  • An Offering of Action: Part Three

    Sea Shepherd activist and Jivamukti Yoga Teacher wraps up her series on participating in Sea Shepherd's whale defense campaign in the Southern Ocean.

    Anna Greer

    Apr 13, 2013

  • An Offering of Action: Part Two

    As Sea Shepherd ends their most successful anti-whaling campaign to date, crew member and Jivamukti teacher, Anna Greer, explores the spiritual in the activism.

    Anna Greer

    Apr 13, 2013

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    An Offering of Action: Part One

    Activist Jivamukti Yoga teacher Anna Greer reports from the front lines on the 2013 Sea Shepherd campaign against Japanese Whalers

    Anna Greer

    Mar 06, 2013

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    Connecticut Shootings—Make the Connection

    How should a yogi respond to the senseless violence in the world?

    Sharon Gannon

    Mar 19, 2013

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    Stepping out of the mundane

    Often as spiritual activists and yogis on the path of transformation we can grapple with big questions...

    Katie Manitsas

    Feb 03, 2013