Chip Hartranft

Adjunct Faculty, Mindfulness

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Chip Hartranft is a an independent scholar/practitioner of yoga and Indian Buddhism.  He has studied Sanskrit and Pali in order to better understand ancient texts such as the discourses on mindfulness and breath meditation.  In 2002 he founded the Arlington Center, a setting for yoga and meditation practice and wellness.  Since the publication of his book on the yoga Sutra in 2003, he has been invited to teach the dharma in educational and meditation training settings across the country.  

Scholarship


How the Buddha Taught Mindfulness: Remembering The Forgotten Path (forthcoming)

Awakening to Prana in Freeing the Body, Freeing the Mind, Michael Stone, ed., Shambhala 2010

The Wisdom of Yoga, Stephen Cope, Bantam, 2007 (Yoga-Sutra English Translation)

The Yoga-Sutra of Patanjali: A New Translation with Commentary, Shambhala 2003

Education

M.S., Physical Therapy, Boston University
Certificate from the American Sanskrit Institute
B.S., Boston University Sargent College of Allied Health Professions