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Sheryl Kayne Writes

Yoga In India for Newbies and Devotees


Thursday, May 24, 2018

There is something very special about being able to return to something we know and do currently, back to where it began.  The Indus-Sarasvati in Northern India practiced yoga more than 5,000 years ago. The word “yoga” appears in sacred Rig Veda texts filled with Brahmans’ and Vedic priests’ mantras and rituals. The practice has ...

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jungle immersion

Yoga Combines Your Mind, Body, Heart, and Soul


Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Jungle Immersion:  Jungle yoga is total immersion living the yogic lifestyle (complete with toilets and shower accommodations), with two people to a tent. The location is 2500 feet above sea level which means no mosquitoes.  SatyanandaYoga yoga and meditation spaces are provided. There is also a kitchen and dining area. Regardless of a few modern ...

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D Acres Organic Farm, Rumney, NH

A True Immersion Experience for a Weekend or More


Saturday, May 5, 2018

Ariel’s Story, D Acres Organic Farm, Rumney, NH I’m a 19-year-old sophomore at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. I do a lot of farming, I’m involved in the sustainable food campaign to use more sustainable foods at school, and have worked in a community garden. I found D Acres online, and it struck me as cool ...

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oy vey yoga

Oy Vey Yoga


Monday, April 30, 2018

You might not have heard of Oy Vey Yoga before, but if you’re anything like me, you might already be an Oy Vey Yoga Professional. Oy Vey is part of a Yiddish phrase: oy vey is mir. I use these expressions to mean: You’ve got to be kidding or I can’t believe I’m doing this. If you’re not ...

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Plymouth, MA: stepping back in history

Stepping Back into Living History


Friday, April 27, 2018

Joan, who is now a grandmother to her daughter Dana’s two children, is still amazed by the experiences they shared visiting Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts. “I remember carefully watching Dana’s face as her five-year-old mind worked through the information she was seeing and hearing,” says Joan.  “A woman dressed in costume and speaking in ...

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Sheryl Kayne in Costa Rica

My Volunteer Trip to Costa Rica


Sunday, April 22, 2018

I always tell people that volunteer work is the best because, while it means responsibilities one takes on, it is not an obligation, it’s a choice, and that makes all the difference in the world. —Karen M. Gray, C&O Canal National Historical Park Library Volunteer When I wrote my first book about volunteer travel everyone asked, “What in the world ...

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