Intermittent fasting for Yogis
Intermittent fasting is more than a way to eat. It is a lifelong journey of refining and creating space in your mind and your body. Cate used to experience challenges with her weight, food sensitivities, and her overall health. In our modern complex world, we often feel stressed, rushed and overwhelmed. Through intermittent fasting, Cate discovered a way to bring back a rhythm into her life that allows her to do so much more with much less. Cate and Jessica discuss how establishing a regular rhythm in our diets allows our bodies to function based off of cellular hunger. This way, we are capable of eating more effectively for what our cells actually need at that time, allowing us to be more resilient and less sensitive, allowing us to Thrive.
Cate discusses how the Body Thrive course is a great way of escalating our commitment to a more rhythmic path due to the support from other people that are going through the same transformation. These peers are capable of holding us accountable for the goals set in Body Thrive. By learning how to automate habits through the course, we can apply these skills to make changes in all other aspects of our lives.
Why should we consider Intermittent fasting?
– How to transition to Intermittent fasting rhythm?
– 3 must for Intermittent fasting?
– What is Cate’s story with her intermittent fasting lifestyle (challenges, breakthroughs)?
– How to adopt this rhythm during the traveling season?
3 Bullet Points/What you’ll get out of tuning in:
- Why intermittent fasting is so transformative
- What rhythm has to do with diet and digestion.
- Why escalating commitment is transforming
Links Mentioned in Episode:
- Mindfulness + Intermittent Fasting: A Women’s Perspective With Jenn Diamond
- Q&A with Cate: Sussing Out Shakti, Augmenting Agni, + Firing Up Fasting
- 4:35 – The three doshas in Ayurveda are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. They are movement, transformation, and regeneration, respectively, which are the three energies of our physiology.
- 12:30 Cate sticks to a primarily fluid diet for most of her day. In her smoothies, she includes seasonal, highly nutritive produce, especially in the morning when she breaks her fast and sets her intention for the day.
- 22:20 – We can only achieve transformation in our lives if we actually escalate our commitment. Body Thrive is a great way to ensure this by providing a group of people going through the same journey who can provide support and serve as accountability partners.
- “With greater rhythm comes greater resistance.” – Cate Stillman
- “You are designed to become more resilient over time.” – Cate Stillman
- “Yoga is the path where you need less to do more.” – Cate Stillman
Jessica Graham Robinson is a yogi, mama, bodyworker, and a Yoga Health Coach (in training). She is owner of Sacred Space Healing Arts in Wyoming, where she homeschools her two children in the foothills of the mountains. Jessica is thrilled to be using the wisdom of Ayurveda to be guiding other mamas (with or without children) on the transformational journey from the dull and painful land of stagnation and resentment into the Kingdom of Thrive where they become Rhythm Champions!
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