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In this week’s episode, tune in to find out how Diana Jendoubi’s life changed when she started shifting her habits. She saved her marriage, lost excess weight, and left a job that was not giving her life. Her dedication to cultivating her habits has transformed everything for her. You will also hear from Janeen and Joe Violante, a couple who is inspiring each to thrive! They have saved money, eased their pain, and gained more energy. These are stories you don’t want to miss!   What you’ll get out of tuning...

Fertility is a strong reflection of the health and resilience of our bodies. In today’s population, especially in millennials, we are seeing an increase in infertility. With a modern environment that constantly provides a plethora of stimuli and stressors, it is easy to lose the space that our body requires to reproduce. Vrinda Devani, OBGYN, explains how infertility is often a sign of an underlying health imbalance in individuals. When our ojus, the element that creates homeostasis and immunity in the body,  is imperfect, so is our fertility. Cate and Vrinda discuss...

Being a nurse, Miranda was apprehensive when she first heard of detox growing in popularity. After having gone through YogiDetox herself, however, Miranda has seen first-hand the massive benefits detoxing has had on her health. Gale and Miranda chat about the transformational experience that this program has brought to so many people. Often in our busy modern lives, it can be really great for us to take a step back from things that aren’t serving us. Detoxing allows us to remove ourselves from our everyday lifestyles, so we can more easily...

In our enculturated western lives, we often neglect our relationships with nature. There is a lot we can learn about this relationship from the Andean people, who follow indigenous wisdom regarding their interactions with the Earth. Our ancestors all over the world lived as land stewards in harmony with their ecosystems and with the cycles of nature. The Andean people not only value their relationship with the Earth, but also those within their communities. In the Andes, the Andean people practice Ayni, or sacred reciprocity which keeps life in balance. Ritual...

Cece LaCena spent years of her life helping and healing others as a nutritional therapist, naturopath, and homeopath. Through her extensive reading into Ayurveda, she became very knowledgeable in holistic and healthy lifestyle habits. Her career path allowed her to disseminate this knowledge and advice to those around her. It was not until she started her journey with Body Thrive, however, that she realized that she was having trouble listening to her own advice and sticking to habits that could help her thrive. Cece goes on to explain her realization...

Ayurveda has life-changing basic self-care tools to enable you to thrive during summer. Learn how to avoid allergies, eye issues, overheating, the summer bloat, and summer burnout. Learn the not-so-obvious basics for a cool as a cucumber summer with Yogahealer's top 5 Ayurveda for summer podcast episodes. 1. How to Handle your Kids Summer Break with Health and Ease with Kirstin Pinit 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...

I am currently running a series to help the tribe, you all, my fellow collaborators, on how to help engage with the habits of Ayurveda that help us align our life, that sink us into a deeper rhythm, that allow us to experience the ease of a life aligned. The #1 habit in Body Thrive is earlier, lighter dinner. Today’s episode is on identity evolution and this #1 Ayurvedic habit that helps set us up for the next day. Want to learn how to add this habit to your life? I've teamed...

By Kirstin Pinit. Our bodies are incredible machines that receive, process, and evaluate all manner of substances. Just as we use nutritious food to fuel our physical bodies, we take in and assimilate complex information that becomes knowledge, insight, and wisdom. I’m blown away by the massive collection of resources (webinars, coaching calls, books, worksheets, videos, podcasts, articles, group forums, and more) that are offered to the Yogahealer community. It’s a lot of material to receive, sort, process, and use. Are you getting the most out of it? How do you integrate...

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