Visit Kripalu!

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April 19-21 I am organizing a weekend trip to Kripalu!!

There are a variety of programs you can choose to attend this weekend. You will also receive a 20% discount off of your accommodations. Accommodation and program fees are separate.

A trip to Kripalu provides…

A chance to thoroughly unwind from daily stresses

Complete relaxation through yoga postures and breathing

A deeper connection to your yoga practice

Clear focus and sense of perspective 

Space and time to reflect on life 


1. Choose Your Program


Kripalu R&R Retreat

With Kripalu’s signature R&R retreats, you decide how to spend your days so that you can create exactly the right experience for you. Choose from a variety of experiential and educational workshops, outdoor activities, and yoga and movement classes. (See classes and activities schedule below.) Come for self-care and enjoy gentle yoga classes, introspective workshops, and solo time—including an inspirational labyrinth walk at dusk. Or jump-start your fitness routine and go hiking, learn nutrition tips, take vigorous yoga classes, and try tai chi for the first time! You can visit the whirlpool or enjoy a soothing massage.

Great for first-time visitors and those who simply want to unwind. Also the most economical option with plenty “to do.”


Energy Medicine: A Hands-On Experience  with Donna Eden and David Feinstein

For health-care professionals and everyone interested in learning energy healing. In this hands-on training-designed to be both fun and transformational-celebrated energy healer, author, and teacher Donna Eden shows you how to Increase your vitality Enhance health Boost joy Send healing to areas of your body that need attention. more …

This program is eligible for CE credits for Athletic Trainers, Certified Counselors, Massage and Body Workers, Psychologists, and Social Workers.


Insight Yoga: A Yoga and Meditation Retreat with Sarah Powers and Ty Powers

Yoga is a process of fully inhabiting ourselves that encourages a holistic experience of body, heart, and mind. Mindfulness involves letting go of any motivation to manipulate the moment, developing the capacity for keen observance free from willful interference. more …


The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion  with Christopher K. Germer

Self-compassion is a simple yet remarkably elusive state of mind. It entails being warm and understanding toward ourselves when we suffer, fail, or feel inadequate, rather than fighting with our distress or flagellating ourselves with self-criticism. more …


2. Choose Your Accommodation

Choose any of 11 accommodation options, ranging from a dormitory with a shared bath to a private room with private bath and a lakeview.

Please visit or call 800-741-7353 to discuss all of your options!


3. Register

Reservations are handled directly by Kripalu Registration,  800-741-7353 or 413-448-3152.

You will need to let the advisor know

  • That you are a part of Pamela Malo’s group (this is critical to receive the discount!)
  • The name of the program you wish to attend the weekend of April 19-21
  • The type of accommodations you would like. If you wish to share a room for two with someone specific, you must supply Registration with the name of that individual.
  • A credit or debit card number together with the expiration date and name as it appears on the card itself.

Registrations are accepted and made on a “first-come, first-served basis” and some room styles do sell out. It is recommended to register as soon as you decide you want to come.


4. Email me

Drop a line at and  let me know you are coming so I can personally meet and welcome you! (Due to privacy laws, Kripalu will not release your personal information without your permission.)



Most people find a visit to Kripalu to be a transformative and restorative experience. I have lived, trained and worked at Kripalu so please let me know if you have any other questions. I am happy to answer them!


If you cannot make this trip but are interested in possibly attending a trip to Kripalu in the future, click here.


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