Kripalu: Onto the mat and into the world for positive change Yoga, Training, Inspiration, and Community Open to yoga teachers of all traditions.
With more than 30 years’ experience in yoga teacher training and more than 8,000 teachers trained, Kripalu Center and the Kripalu Yoga Teachers Association (KYTA) continue to excel in supporting the needs of yoga teachers throughout the world. For more information about KYTA and the benefits we offer to members.
The KYTA conference is designed to offer that experience of joyful balance and evolution—on and off the mat—with a combination of professional development, spiritual attunement, depth practices, and ecstatic celebration. We’ve brought together a group of teachers who are actively engaged in exploring how yoga philosophies and techniques transform our lives and the lives of our students. There will also be time for reuniting with old friends and making new ones.
And because we’ve scheduled the conference in August this year, you’ll be here to enjoy cooling swims in Lake Mahkeenac and lovely late-summer evenings, along with hikes in the fresh mountain air, nourishing food, and daily yoga classes. It’s also a perfect time to bring the kids and the children’s program will be going on during the conference weekend. Our workshop presenters include creative instructors, like Hasita Nadai, who are developing new and intriguing ways to approach the practice and teaching of yoga, as well as pioneering teachers who are introducing yoga to those who need it most, where it offers real-life support and solutions. You’ll find a wealth of information on how to do what you love and be of service, bringing yoga to prison inmates, hospice residents, and people recovering from addictions, eating disorders, and trauma.
Our keynote speakers – Priti Robyn Ross, Dinabandhu Garrett Sarley, and Shobhan Richard Faulds – each steeped in the Kripalu lineage, are taking us forward into the future of Kripalu Yoga with wisdom and humility.