ayurvedic medicine Tag

 In Ayurveda, understanding a diagnosis and finding a treatment requires you to understand the root cause of the issue. What created your current disease and how can you start to heal your body, mind, and spirit? Cate founded Yogahealer 20 years ago, through the process she has helped many people tackle their health problems. Ayurveda demands you to ask the right questions and answer them with honesty. Only then can you start experimenting with your health and understanding what works for you. Listen to the podcast to learn more about how you...

Recent studies have connected chronic inflammation to an array of diseases such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer. Cate has been teaching people how to feel better in their bodies and increase their health for decades in her Body Thrive and Living Ayurveda courses. But one thing that always seems to be hard for people, when starting a healthier diet, is cooking. But what if cooking healthy food was, not only simple but fast? Well, it is! All you need is an instant pot. To make it easy for...

2020 hit people at their core issues: health, adaptability, resilience. When I look back on my 2020 I notice themes that guided me towards success: The eyes wide open to reality The Investigate what is working and what isn’t working The pivot to what needs to happen next I worked my tail off. I released Master of You. I wrote 2 ebooks   - The Intermittent Fasting Guide and Wellness Pro Success. We released two podcasts per week - one for Yogahealer.com and one on Yoga Health Coaching. I built the Master...

Intermittent fasting is becoming increasingly popular, but for all the yogis and yoginis out there intermittent fasting is not a new trend. In Ayurveda, we call it space eating and it is one of the pillars for a healthy life. Recently science caught up with the 4 millennia wisdom behind space-eating, and several studies have supported the health benefits of this practice. For the past month, Cate has been joined by several members on the Yogahealer Challenge, a fast track program, specially designed to help people overcome mediocrity to become an...

About 20 years ago, Hilary was facing a problem, she kept getting hurt snowboarding and biking. As a trained herbalist she thought of a solution to help with the pain and healing her injuries - she started making balms. Hilsbalm is a joint pain relieving balm, made with Escoba, Arnica and Saint John’s. Being aware of the effects of CBD, Hilary also created a CBD version of her hit joint balm. Listen to the podcast and learn more about making your one balms and plant infusions.   What you’ll get out of tuning in: ...

We often believe we need something outside ourselves in order to experience more ease. In reality, the solution to our issues is frequently found within. What if I told you it is even possible to self-medicate, using the five elements? Confused? Experiencing the five elements of Ayurveda in your body, can be used as a powerful tool. One that enables you to feel your imbalances in a deeper manner, and directe the course, in order to design the experiences you want to have. By tapping into your imbalances, you can self-medicate...

Jennifer Allen developed foot pain after an emergency Cesarean Section. That was the beginning of her journey with joint pain and surgery. After years of poor results with allopathic medicine, Jennifer talks to Cate about regenerative medicine and preparing for surgery.   What you’ll get out of tuning in: What is regenerative medicine? What is the long term cost of surgery? How to prepare for deep healing   Links Mentioned in Episode: Living Ayurveda Course Get some free resources PRP and Stem Cell Therapy for Big Toe Joint Instability     Show Highlights: Cate shares her mother’s...

Gathering with friends and family for holidays and events gives us opportunities to connect with loved ones. Sometimes these conversations can be challenging- especially during busy and stressful times of the year. Have you ever experienced biting your tongue or wishing you had not said something? Have you ever had a hard time digesting a remark someone said to you? Humnn! The Tongue a multifunctional organ In Ayurveda, the tongue (Jihva) is one of the organs of action. The tongue is the vehicle of the mind and also of the digestive tract...

Sometimes I wonder what I'll be like in 20 years . What will another 20 years of living Ayurveda shift in me? To answer some of my questions, I turn to Robert and Melanie Sachs, who have become dear to me on the path of living Ayurveda. Listen in while I rap with Robert + Melanie Sachs about Ayurveda for Grandparents + the Boomer generation. What you’ll get out of tuning in:     How Ayurveda influences your experience as a grandparent (both for you, your kids, and your grandkids) How Roberts work...

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