Detox

I asked my Yogidetox community for personal yogidetox stories. The stories from my detoxers split open my heart. At the helm of this big ship I can't know each person's unique process. I often think I don't need to guide the Yogidetox anymore - our culture has evolved to making this commonplace enough. Yet these stories invigorate my personal detox inspiration. I've taught this course twice a year since 2002. Each course as it's own flavor. And it's own specific evolutionary Ayurvedic teaching. This years it's about conversations with Agni, with...

What is the Detox Opportunity for the Skinny Yogini? Detox is a concentrated time where we try new habits on. Changing habits is hard. During a detox we change a lot of habits all at once. These habit changes aren't meant to be sustainable. The shift is a Great Leap Forward. We have a great leap. A massive reset. And from this new seat we decide that which is worth maintaining in the day to day. Listen to the video where Beth and I uncover the opportunity for her to reset...

My friend Ross Kamens and I were taking a break on a huge Teton hike. He shared with me his bean muffins. We were talking about ditching flour in baking. Ross is a big time pro chef who has spent the last 2 years in his test kitchen playing with gluten-free alternatives. What has he discovered? Beans....

Happy Earth Day to all Earthlings. I first started celebrating Earth Day as a teen - organizing a school-wide event with the predecessor of Whole Foods- a natural grocery store in Massachusetts named Bread & Circus. They worked with SCAT, an eco-awareness group I co-started with my best friend, Jessie Meaney. Jessie's mom came up with the acronym SCAT for Students Concerned About Tomorrow. Together, Bread & Circus and SCAT created an amazing 1 day holiday in our school with workshops all day long for students and teachers in get a close look at the unconscious choices we were making...

Here is the deal - we don't realize how much our kids symptoms- physical, emotional and mental - are correlated with their diet. We also don't realize how we can change our cravings. When we don't realize these connections - our kids don't learn to identify them for themselves. The stakes are high....

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