Category Archives: Yoga

Micah Mortali: Launching the Kripalu School of Mindful Outdoor Leadership

Micah Mortali, a current Goddard Graduate Student, came to the Health Arts and Sciences program with the vision of starting an mindful outdoor leadership program at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. In short order, he’s done just that, … Continue reading

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Beauty, Practice, and Enlightenment: Justin Kagan and Consciousness Studies at Goddard

I started thinking about the traditional relationship between beauty and practice and this unintentional detour gave way to the path I’m on now. By the end of this thesis, I intend to produce a theory to contribute to the immense … Continue reading

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Graduating Student Presentations at the 2013 Residency

Health Arts & Sciences Grad Presentations: A Peace of Maine–Multi-generational Community Retreat Center, with HAS graduating student Jill Smith. The goal of this presentation is to share how I am developing a multi-generational community retreat center. The center will integrate … Continue reading

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The Question of Angels: Ruth Farmer’s New Column

Ruth Farmer, director of the Individualized MA program, just launched her column in The Magazine of Yoga with an angelic bang: writing about angels. She writes: Imaginary, right? Yes, until one shows up – You are probably thinking: But aren’t … Continue reading

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Experiential Yoga Anatomy & Sarah Tacy

Sarah Tacy, a current Individualized MA student in the Consciousness Studies concentration, has a new video about her anatomy program in Costa Rica. She leads Experiential Yoga Anatomy for the Multi-Dimensional Being. An in-depth, two week, 100hr, experiential yoga anatomy … Continue reading

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Danielle Boutet & Susan Moul: Two Special Guests at Upcoming Residency

Lecture and Discussion: Knowledge that Matters, Makes Sense and Connects: Transdisciplinarity and Complexity in Individualized Studies, with Visiting Scholar, Dr. Danielle Boutet, Ph.D. The IMA program offers students the opportunity to research their own passions and craft their own programs … Continue reading

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An Interview with Ruth Farmer

IMA director Ruth Farmer is featured in an interview with Susan Moul, IMA graduate and co-founder of The Magazine of Yoga. Come visit the site and read Part 1 of the interview here. Ruth tells us of IMA students, “Those … Continue reading

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