Body Mind & Spirit

You can become a qigong healer. This 14-day intensive training introduces you to the qigong energy healing techniques and meditations that qigong master Robert Peng learned from his teacher Xiao Yao, a legendary monk with remarkable healing...

Energy psychology brings a new dimension of self-empowerment to personal development. Drawing from contemporary psychological understanding as well as ancient healing traditions, it provides simple methods for shifting the brain’s chemistry....

Schools worldwide are turning to mindfulness and social and emotional learning as antidotes to rising stress, emotional dysregulation, and attention deficit. Research shows that students and teachers in school systems that have adopted...

Inspired by the vision of a more awakened and compassionate world, for 38 years the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School has pioneered Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction...

As a boy in China, qigong master Robert Peng apprenticed secretly under the legendary Buddhist monk Xiao Yao, who trained him in the martial and healing arts. As part of his training, Peng spent 100 days meditating and fasting in a dark,...

The workshop is part of our Yoga Service initiative. Learn more.

In this intensive Yoga Alliance certified program, you learn to teach a holistic...

When confronted with grief, loss, or difficulties it can seem nearly impossible to choose love. But with the help of brain science, you can learn to respond to every situation—no matter how traumatic—with forgiveness and compassion.

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In the best-selling book, The Four Agreements, don Miguel Ruiz, Sr., revealed the principles that can transform our lives into an expression of unconditional love: Be impeccable with your word, don’t take anything personally, don’t...

Donna Eden’s best-selling book Energy Medicine is described by Jean Houston as “perhaps the most brilliant, comprehensive, and effective system in the genre.”

Based on the understanding that the body is designed to heal...

Why do we develop our habits? And why are they so difficult to change?

Imagine you could take habits that cause you stress or harm—like procrastinating, smoking, overeating, binge watching, social media addiction, negative thinking,...

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