August 28, 2012

Guru-based learning

Traditionally in India, yoga was taught in the house of a teacher, the guru-kula, and yoga, like all things derived from India, was part of an oral tradition. […]
July 10, 2012

Advice for a stress-free summer

This article was authored by Bailey Shiffler and featured in the Baltimore Sun and was subsequently reposted by Dr. Robert Glatter, MD in Forbes. (As a […]
February 1, 2012

Response to NY Times Article

Response to “How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body”By: Anjali Sunita My first thought on reading this article was: what were the intentions of the author and […]
July 12, 2011

Universal Message of Love

Even in a heartfelt community such as Baltimore Yoga Village, there is still a great need for interfaith dialogue. We recently had a bit of a […]
September 6, 2010

Following the heart; an excerpt of my life’s experiment

Sacrifice is giving selflessly from a never ending well of abundance with no desire for result. A true sacrifice is an offering from the heart that […]
August 6, 2010

Sloppy Joe Kirtan

A few years ago, I was asked by a friend to help lead a kirtan in a popular yoga space in town. My friend is an […]
August 4, 2010

Yoga Teacher Training

By popular request, I am at last creating a course designed for those who wish to teach yoga and also those who wish to develop their […]
July 26, 2010

Proprietary Knowledge and the Rise of Yoga Styles

With the growth of yoga as an American multi-billion dollar industry, 16 million people in the United States practicing yoga, and the studios filling every corner […]
July 20, 2010

Open Heart, Humble Mind

written: by Anjali Sunita This weekend I had the wonderful opportunity to see Graham II, a modern dance company, perform at Artscape, Baltimore’s free arts festival. […]