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Ayurveda, The Yoga Business Model, and Staying Whole, Healthy and Connected with Pleasance Siliki

On today’s Dharma and Dollars show I rap with Pleasance Siliki about her life in the yoga world in D.C., owning her own business, raising a family, and staying healthy and rested through it all. We chat about starting your own business and the importance of feeling successful, integrous, and aligned with your core beliefs in the process. We discuss daily rhythms and habits, dosha types, Ayurveda and how this important ancient Indian practice shows up everywhere in life. We discuss the utmost importance of getting sound sleep, simplifying our...

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How long does it take to Dial in Ayurveda Habits?

On today’s podcast with Alex Biondo, we look at how long it takes to dial in our Ayurvedic habits and why it’s important that we create these lifelong routines for ourselves. Many of us who participate in detoxes, cleanse groups, or my Body Thrive group, know what it is like to experience the light, clear, balanced feelings that come from eating cleanly and taking care of our bodies on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. But what happens when we aren’t a part of a detox or Body Thrive group?...

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Winning tactics for Intentional Creating of Your Dream Lifestyle

Ashley Logsdon, creator and author of “Mama Says Namaste” podcast, has lived on the road in an RV with her husband, their 3 children, and their dog since 2016. The traditional lifestyle was not suiting them and they decided that now was the time to follow their hearts and do something different. Ashley and l chat about what it looks like to intentionally create the life you desire to live and the feelings you desire to have, right now. Ashley brings up a question that makes us think about our...

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Ayurvedic Spring Detox and the Doshas with Alex Biondo

Take a moment to stop what you are doing and ask yourself how you feel right now? And then ask yourself, how do you desire to feel? Notice how those two answers differ. On today’s podcast, Alex Biondo and I discuss seasonal detoxing and detoxing for your dosha type. As you head into spring, you may want to let go of excess heaviness and weight. If you are moving into winter season then you want to feel more grounded and nourished. Perhaps you want to rid yourselves of the vata...

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Ayurveda, Self Love, and Deep Nourishment with Talya Lutzker

I have an inspiring conversation today with Ayurvedic Practitioner and founder of the Nourishment School, Talya Lutzker, about Ayurveda, nourishment, support, and self-love.We rap about shedding outdated habits and perspectives by adding in more of what we desire, rather than taking away that which we need less of. We discuss deep nourishment and how it shifts our minds and bodies and allows us to be available for next big change or growth period in our lives. We talk about slowing down in order to fully receive from a more...

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Intermittent Fasting, Detoxing and the Ayurvedic Clock

Today Alex and Biondo and I rap about intermittent fasting, bi-annual detoxing, and why these methods are so important in keeping us healthy, clear, and vibrant.  Intermittent fasting, a tool historically rooted in ancient wisdom traditions, orients us towards biological efficiencies by taking the stress and overload of food off our metaphorical plate.  It allows us to have more time to process food, emotions, and experiences and gives our bodies a slower, cleaner burn. Learn to use your body as a science experiment. Play with intermittent fasting and detoxing to...

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From Surviving to Thriving with Peter Crone

Today Peter Crone and I have some fascinating conversation about Ayurveda, human psychology, behavior, and interaction. Peter tells us about his first experience with Ayurveda and how he immediately adopted the science into his life and work. As a physicist, he has always been interested in who we are as humans, why we do what we do, how things work, and the principles of mother nature. We chat about why humans act, react and think in the ways that we do. We discuss how the wisdom of Ayurveda can help...

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Ayurveda, Food, Cooking, and the Gunas with Kate O’Donnell

Kate O’Donnell, author of the new, yet to be released cookbook, Everyday Ayurveda Cooking for a Calm, Clear Mind talks with me about the three gunas: sattva, rajas and tamas, in relation to who we are on this planet and our bigger life goals. We dive deep into the patterns of Ayurveda, the food we choose to nourish ourselves with, and the connections between human beings and the planet.We talk about health evolution, the expansiveness of our minds and bodies, the process of self nourishment and how we can connect...

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