Kathryn Budig: the core of Yoga is Ahimsa.

Via on Jan 24, 2010

ahimsa kathryn budig

A great, succinct, cheerful yet grounded reminder that yoga isn’t merely about externals.

Join: Elephant’s Summer 2015 Academy: a Certificate Apprenticeship in Social Media, Journalism Ethics & Editing.

Facebook is in talks with major corporate media about pulling their content into FB, leaving other sites to wither or pay up if we want to connect with you, our readers. Want to stay connected before the curtain drops?
Sign up for our curated, quality newsletters below.

Incorrect source, offensive, or found a typo? Email us (please put title in subject bar of email so we'll be able to fix). Or do you want to write for Elephant?
{Waylon H. Lewis C Enterprises 2015: Use Rights in perpetuity. Ownership remains with author.}

About elephant journal

elephant journal is dedicated to "bringing together those working (and playing) to create enlightened society." We're about anything that helps us to live a good life that's also good for others, and our planet. >>> Founded as a print magazine in 2002, we went national in 2005 and then (because mainstream magazine distribution is wildly inefficient from an eco-responsible point of view) transitioned online in 2009. >>> elephant's been named to 30 top new media lists, and was voted #1 in the US on twitter's Shorty Awards for #green content...two years running. >>> Get involved: > Subscribe to our free Best of the Week e-newsletter. > Follow us on Twitter Fan us on Facebook. > Write: send article or query. > Advertise. > Pay for what you read, help indie journalism survive and thrive. Questions? info elephantjournal com


5 Responses to “Kathryn Budig: the core of Yoga is Ahimsa.”

  1. Adontai says:

    This is one of the best Yoga Interviews I have seen. It's the perfect length and I think she does a marvelous Job of summing up what Yoga is about in a way that everyone can benefit.

  2. Sat Nam, (reverent greetings)

    It's refreshing to hear someone talk about the *inner changes* that yoga brings. Good video.

    I would like to add that there are other paths of yoga that do not stress the physical – such as Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan. If you find these asanas (poses) intimidating check out Kundalini – you will have an effect. Yoga is uniting Mind, Body and Spirit.

    peace to ALL,

    Catalyst Yogi

  3. Farnoosh Brock Farnoosh says:

    Lovely, refreshing, authentic, beautiful and perfect….Kathryn, thank you for being you and such a fabulous you!!!! And thanks for the reminders of everyday living yoga!

  4. sbickle says:

    Just beautiful Kathryn, thank you! That was just what I needed this morning.

  5. This is a good write-up, I was wondering if I could use this piece on my website, I will link it back to your website though. If this is a problem please let me know and I will take it down right away.

Leave a Reply