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Take Two Downdogs and Call Me in the Morning

Written by Ena Burrud. Posted in Press

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Has your Doctor Prescribed Yoga?

-Yoga Travel Tree - written by Ena Burrud

Mary rubbed her neck softly while she stepped away from her doctor's office and carefully maneuvered herself into her car. After a severe automobile collision a year ago, several surgeries later, she was still in pain-and sick of it. The doctor knew that Mary really needed to regularly stretch her neck and she was frustrated with her circumstances. He suggested Yoga.

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iRest® Yoga Nidra

Written by Ena Burrud. Posted in Press

Feeling Your Life: iRest® Yoga Nidra

-Yoga Connection Magazine, Spring/Summer 2013 - written by Ena Burrud

On a rainy day last September, I sat across from a psychotherapist on a carpeted floor at Kripalu. Both of us were in a training, studying a form of yoga nidra called iRest. Facing each other, my eyes closed, he skillfully led me into deep relaxation with his own techniques and the ones we were learning in our training that day. I made my intention, and began to talk about rising feelings and sensations. Then, my stomach knotted. I was shocked to hear myself say, "I feel like I need to remove my stomach for a minute".

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The Character of Dosha

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The Character of Dosha

-Yoga Connection Magazine, Spring, 2012 - written by Ena Burrud

The dramatic irony of yoga is that we seek to identify with ourselves knowing ultimately, this path leads to letting it all go. We yearn to express our uniqueness. Yet, difference is baffling. For example, your sister is giggly, but your brother is serious. Your wife is dynamic and your son is quite shy. So, our approach to how we connect with each personality must vary to be effective. That's why you may choose to rehearse an upcoming conversation with your boss, but wing your presentation to a colleague.

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