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You may have heard that meditation will help your relationship. Meditation makes you more present, more aware, more curious, more efficient, more available, more resilient, more skillfully communicative, flexible in how you show up and respond, more empathic (aka “nicer to hang with), smarter, more intuitive, less afraid, and more ethical. (For research see here.) Obviously, any one of those side benefits to meditation would drastically improve your relationship with yourself first, and with your partner second. But, know that when you become a meditator, all of these side benefits will...

If you’re a breathing human in 2016 you’ve heard the reel that you can make a million online. And this is true. I know from personal experience. It’s just that it’s a little complicated. Were here to have this conversation. What can online do for you? What can offline do for you? Let’s find out These are the meaty question I discuss with my sister wellness career coaches, Rachel Cook and Amanda Cook. Why you want to tune in: Decipher the benefits of being online for YOU Decipher the most streamlines, least complicated approach...

In this interview I talk to Justin Polgar of Yes Cacao! about: How chocolate become his educational art project. Why chocolate is well suited as an herb delivery mechanism (anupana) The difference between what you're eating and his chocolate What WILD chocolate is all about What we mention in this Episode Why Justin is more curious about the future of chocolate - and what we want from it. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="666"] CHOCOLATE AND AYURVEDA[/caption] * What chocolate can do for us. * What we can do for chocolate Links from...

Raw or Cooked Ayurveda First off, press play and watch my silly cartoon. Vatas can't go raw. Or can they? In yoga and Ayurveda circles there can be an unfriendly, and sometimes uninformed bias against raw or living foods. One of the main arguments is that raw food creates a vata imbalance. And I agree, this does happen. Yet, in an attempt to bridge two forward thinking, even potentially evolutionary communities,  we want to understand, as yogis and as ayurvedic practitioners how to intelligently and seasonally prepare living foods. Ayurveda doesn't prejudice climates, ecosystems,...

“Hi Cate. Thanks so much for a great weekend of yoga and wonderful food. I am definitely inspired to continue incorporating more yoga into my routine and more living foods into my diet. I am so glad you incorporated the wild foods into the discussion. Why make a smoothie with an expensive green food powder when you can blend the weeds in your own yard. I’m 3 for 3 with backyard green smoothie breakfast since returning, mint/clover/nettle/thistle/dandelion definitely provide a kick that is very much of the local ecosystem and the...

Detoxing is a natural process that is designed to occur on a daily and seasonal basis. There are many strategies for a natural detox. Doing a deeper detox entails changing what you eat and how you live. Follow these simple and gentle guidelines and take a giant leap forward in your health....

Anyone who knows me personally, knows i used to biatch and moan about fibrocystic breasts (FCB). Sure, I have a genetic predisposition, which just means I have a shorter leash on my lymph system (rasa dhatu). Women have a harder time lymph b/c lymph is mostly water and women have more water element. My Yogidetox forum revealed many others suffering from this horrid condition...

I see much potential in the health of our families and communities. The next logical conversation shifts our perspective from individual health to intergenerational family health. In an effort to broadcast the potential, I've interviewed some of my favorite grandmas and grandpas. All of these wonderful people see themselves as ordinary, not health freaks I assure you. But, I invite you to see the extraordinary potential in how their decisions have the potential to open a different conversation within their peer group and our communities. Please tweet and FB to...

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