Yogahealer’s Top 10 Ayurvedic Podcast Episodes
We at the Yogahealer Real Life Show strive to give you the best Ayurveda content there is. From deep and profound conversations in our podcast with world renowned health and wellness practitioners to recipes, tips and tricks.
Previously we shared our top 10 podcast episodes of all time. This week we’ve listed down our top 10 Ayurvedic podcasts episodes.
What do these symptoms have in common: fatigue, wandering joint pain, heaviness, indigestion, congestion, confusion? What do these diseases have in common: late-onset diabetes, elevated blood sugar, kidney stones, glaucoma, tumors, candida?
All of the above, and of oh so many more symptoms and diseases have ama in common. Ama is un-metabolized waste that clogs the body. It’s so much worse than worthless waste because it blocks the flow of consciousness. It gets in the way of everything else (all functional body/mind processes) happening with ease. It makes a mess.
In this podcast episode you’ll learn the ins and outs of ama. I interview Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary, author of The Prime: Prepare and Repair Your Body for Spontaneous Weight.
Only released a few days ago and already has 3000+ downloads! In this episode we have a talk about the basics for summer – how to avoid burnout. How to avoid overheating. How to avoid foods that will cause irritability to everyone in your life, including yourself.
This podcast episode is devoted to what is happening in this evolutionary wellness space we hold together. First you’ll hear from Jackie Prete, in how she is evolving professionally. She’ll also tell you about how fast and effectively her yoga students are stepping into thrive.
After, you’ll hear from Dr. Claudia Welch on how it’s not stress that is sucking our life force. It’s the context in which we’re living our lives. We also dive into how YOU get inspired to evolve, to thrive, to step into wholeness. Vatas, Pittas, and Kaphas each have specific needs and pathways into wellness evolution.
Have you ever wanted to do your own Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis? Dr. Mary Jo Cravatta takes us into a deeper level of knowing through the subtleties of touch. Using pulse to feel through the subtle layers, pulse podcast diagnosis Ayurvedawe can develop a deeper understanding of our bodies and dive more deeply into an intuitive relationship with divine consciousness. Learn the techniques of pulse diagnosis – nadi vigna – and cultivate your awareness and health through daily practice.
What do chemistry, sauerkraut and awake living have in common?
This podcast episode! But besides this podcast episode, chemistry, sauerkraut and awake living have the law of transformation in common. You live in the culture of you. The culture of you is a field of biochemical activity, similar and more complex than the jar of sauerkraut in my fridge, and the other one brewing on my kitchen counter.
Doctor Vasant Lad is featured in this episode with some potent cuts from the Ayurveda Summit. We have over 27,000 listeners. By far this is the biggest, baddest event I’ve ever hosted or co-hosted. What a pleasure to bring all of this wisdom. If you haven’t checked out the summit, you can here: Ayurveda Summit
Contemporary Ayurveda with Alicia Diaz: Embrace Your Queen.
In this interview Alicia Diaz inspires women to take a 21st century approach to the Ayurvedic teachings, love their bodies, listen to the “the Queen” inside and step into their Dharma.
Listen in as Cate teaches mamabirthing.com moms about what to feed their babies, as they add food to nursing. Avoid the pitfalls, and learn the best practices you can do for your baby. You’ll both sleep better without digestive issues!
Mary Sullivan worked for over 20 years in the chemical industry as a chemist, engineer, manager, and director. During that time she found her own path of change and learning, immersing herself in the study and practice of Yoga, Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda. Ironically it was around 12 years after Mary began her odyssey that she discovered she had been carrying an extremely undesirable passenger.
What does a plant-based, Ayurvedically-informed Paleo Diet look like? Find out on today’s show.
In this episode we go trendy with the hot and hip gastronomical words: microbiome, nutrient density, Paleo, micronutrients, phytochemical, gut bacteria, antioxidants, epigenetics, anti-inflammatories. That’s right. Dr. Akil gets down and dorky, good and geeky with the how Ayurveda interests with emerging gut science. You’ll also learn how your basic kitchen spices: cloves, ginger, cumin, fennel, red peppers, rosemary, garlic change how your genes express themselves.
You’ll love this episode if your curious about Paleo but don’t want to butcher animals over it.