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Gut Shot Recipes From A Trendy Ayurvedic Detox Guide 1

I’m a big fan of attuning to the desire behind the desire.Going into the Yogidetox I wanted this:What is that, you ask?Green juice. Cold brew coffee. And colorful varieties of #gutshots. I’d discovered #gutshots in Burley, Idaho. Burley, Idaho is exactly how you might be thinking.                                                                                                 ...

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Yogahealer Pranayama WhiteWater Stand Up Paddle Boarding

It's a little uncomfortable in a false authoritative way to write from my perspective as Yogahealer. I got the domain yogahealer.com in 2001. I was living in San Francisco, finishing Yoga school and Ayurveda school. Both schools were 2 year trainings and I was about to enter my career in healing, both personal and planetary. That much was clear.Yogahealer wasn't taken back in 2001, until I claimed it. Over the past 17 years, Yogahealer grew into a tribe, a curricula, and a platform. We're heading into young adulthood in the...

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How to Handle your Kids Summer Break with Health and Ease with Kirstin Pinit

On today’s podcast Jessica Graham Robinson and Kirstin Pinit rap about how to keep you and your family healthy and happy this summer. Summers can be tough; the days stay lighter later, the kids are out of school, and they don’t have a consistent schedule, which in turn can wreak havoc on the parent's schedules. It’s important to realize that you, as parents, have the power to decide what you want summer to look like for you and your family. Perhaps the summer routine looks completely different from the school...

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What Habits Help You Experience Confidence in Your Body?

Jessica Graham Robinson talks with us today about loving our bodies, body integrity and feeling comfortable in our own skin. It is SO important for us to feel good about the bodies that we live in, not just so that we feel good in a bathing suit, but also so that we continue to make life choices that are in alignment with who we are. Jessica chats about some Ayurvedic habits that help us to make choices from a place of confidence and to take good care of our bodies,...

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Bowspring Yoga To Promote Healing

Many people come to yoga for the purpose of healing and the practice of Bowspring yoga is no exception. Bowspring yoga, founded by Desi Springer of Vital Yoga in Denver, CO, has re-created many yoga poses that are meant to realign our bodies and promote healing, specifically in our hips and low backs. This form of yoga teaches contradictory alignment to what we’ve learned in yoga thus far and puts a great deal of emphasis on the sacrum and increasing the arch in our low spine.Bowspring is more of an...

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Your Energy, Your Hormones, and Ayurvedic Wisdom (Part 1)

In preparation for the upcoming Healthier Hormones course, Cate chats with Dr. Claudia Welch about women’s energy and hormones from an Ayurvedic perspective. Cate and “Dr. C.” have been collaborating on the Healthier Hormones course for the past several years, and Cate has noticed a maturation of the wisdom being shared in the Healthier Hormones Facebook forum. In Part 1 of this 3 part series, Cate and Dr. C. discuss a common misconception that women have less energy as they age. Dr. C. proposes that perhaps it’s not our energy...

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Habit Evolution For A Better Intimacy, Sensuality and Love Energy

On today’s podcast, Neve Grace Fletcher and Jessica Robinson share a juicy conversation about intimacy, sacred sexuality, and loving relationships. They discuss practices of self love and simple self care rituals in order to love yourself and your partner more deeply. They also discuss how to bring sacred energy into our everyday lives in order to live with more meaning and passion. The most important thing we can do is love ourselves; when we love ourselves we are able to show up for others, to love others and to give...

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OMG! – Do I have Ama? What is it and How do I heal it?

Do you wake up feeling groggy, sluggish, unclear, or ready for more sleep? Do you feel stuck, weighed down, or lethargic? Or perhaps your clothes don’t fit quite as well as they used to? If you said yes to any of these questions, there’s a good chance you have ama in your system and need to clear it out. ‘Ama’ is undigested material (food, emotions, issues) that sticks around in our physical and mental bodies, weighing us down and making us feel foggy and tired, instead of light and clear....

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