[Learn Ayurveda] Know the Power of Your Constitution

A few days ago, I had a paddle boarding date with my husband. Any day we’re in Mexico and have swell, we have these dates. One of the advantages of surfing on a paddleboard is that you get to stand and talk between waves, and standing is better for conversation. Winston has been with me since before my Ayurveda and Yoga training. To say that he learned Ayurveda through me is an understatement. The man...

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[Learn Ayurveda] Enhance your Digestion

As promised, I'm kicking off our [Learn Ayurveda] series for February to help us absorb the core techings. I'll also share my most recent "aha's" and personal breakthroughs in the hopes of inspiring you. When I first started blogging on Ayurveda, not much was out there on the web. Now, a ton of information is out there. In that light I'll write in my own voice, with my own stories and perspective. If you like,...

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Your Habits + Your Integrity Spectrum

I wrote this post and made the little diagram for those who are in the seemingly endless cycles of negative self-talk to inform you that dissolves when your habits align to your bodies needs. Your mind and emotions are negative because your rhythms are out of alignment. They are a symptom - not a cause in themselves. I was on a Body Thrive coaching call the other day. I try to check in first. I take...

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Experience Your Doshas Meditation

MEDITATION STEPS: 1. Allow your breath deep in so that awareness in your body grows stronger and refresh -The breath moves the tissue of the body. -Movement of the breath massages and circulates the waters of your body. -Within the dosha itself there is the consciousness of connectivity. -The prana is smart. All parts of your body are enlightened as the prana moves. -Allow that information, sensation and emotions to be received. 2. Notice vata and prana -How would you describe the concept...

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Kaizen Your Ayurvedic Habits

The saying — “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” — is a kaizen-esque phrase. So is “early to bed, early to rise, makes a woman healthy, wealthy, and wise”. We all know kaizen on some level. It’s part of our ancestral folk medicine. What is Kaizen Kaizen means good change and refers to the philosophy of applying continuous, daily, small improvements. Kaizen was developed in U.S. during the Second World War to efficiently convert factories...

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Habit from Ayurveda

Do you know the #1 Habit from Ayurveda that will guarantee you: You will wake up with more energy You won’t have a puffy face in the morning You will sleep much more deeply I found out about the habit the hard way. Most of us are familiar with the hard way. It’s the way of unconscious habits -the habits we don’t even know are causing us minor discomforts and slow degeneration. I was not a body thriving kind of kid....

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Productivity Tips Based on the Ayurvedic Elements

In Ayurveda, productivity is being able to generate, create, enhance, or bring forth your dharma, or true purpose or raison d'être. Productivity on purpose happens when we align to tejas, or laser-focused insight. To enter your highly productive flow state find the element most out of whack below - and start there. Ether: Own Your Space Architect your space to heighten your consciousness. Optimize every space you have control over (your home, office, car, computer, web browser...

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Boutique, Hand-Crafted, Designer Fermented Foods

Truth be told, I messed up my intestinal flora. I know it happens. But it really doesn’t “happen.” I caused a series of events that allowed dysbiosis “to happen.” This series of events knocked out my good intestinal flora. But since this blog post is a recipe, I’ll spare you the details. Here’s the keyword version of it: eating homegrown greens and veggies for five months > Yogidetox > juicing > enemas > eating fermented...

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6 Holiday Podcasts From the Past

I’ve been so focused on the new tip sheets I haven’t had the time to share my top podcat for the month. This December, Alejandro, my podcast curator found these 6 Holiday podcasts from the past. He’s listed them in the order of most popular. Ayurveda and the Holiday Season Listen to this episode as I talk you through the basic practice of Kitchen Sadhana, and then interview John Immel, founder of the Joyful Belly. Listen to the full...

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Ground Rules for Mentoring

As my gift to you this holiday season me and my team created new tip sheets. I’ve received emails that these are posted on fridges around the world. I’m thankful it’s simple to share connectivity wisdom easily around the planet these days. Here's one for Mentors/Mentees. You may also download the printable version here. Lean in together  Commit to engage. If we lean in - we can decide what we are doing together. Create a relationship agreement. Most mentorships...

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