Health and Wellness

I have a bone to pick with Yoga teachers. Most of you don't know or practice dina charya, the Ayurvedic daily routine. Many of you who do practice it, don't teach it. When we separate out the Ayurvedic daily routine, and the sattvic diet, upheld by yogis generation after generation for centuries, we make the path of Yoga confusing, and even dangerous to yoga students....

Most of us who eat organic plants can recognize an educational healthcare barrier between us and those who eat hormone, petrochemical, synthetic & GMO infiltrated calories. We think healthcare is a lifestyle that involves mind-body-maybe even spirit versus those who think healthcare is a visit to the doctor and taking medications....

My fellow Teton Valley yogi is a famous chef. Ross Kamens brought this slaw to our home on Christmas Eve. The slaw was mentioned again and again over the next few days, so I asked Ross if I could share it with you. (Ross has never given me a recipe before because they…...

The rhythm of the Winter Solstice is slow and inward. The slowing down builds ojas, the subtle energy of Kapha dosha. Kapha means to nourish or nurture, and is the growth and repair mechanism in our cells. Winter is the time to build our annual ojas, and the Winter Solstice is the kick-off event for this cycle. Ojas is your immune system. From Ayurveda, ojas is like a subtle gel of connective consciousness which contains the raw energy and intelligence of prana and inspired glow of tejas throughout our body. When...

https://www.yogahealer.com/files/wt2011/Interview%20with%20Cate%20-%20Evolve%20Project%2011-17-2011.mp3 Listen to this 1 hour audio with your friend and family.You will be inspired.  My friend & Yogahealer Mentor, Natalie Rousseau Horscroft asked to interview me fort the Holiday Evolve Project. Listen to this 1 hour audio with your friend and family. You will all be inspired. Your month of December will become expansive, grounded, authentic and powerful. This isn't a sales call. This is a game-changing download with an opportunity for you to invest your energy into what you most value. Your experience of the winter solstice period will shift when you plug your...

Pumpkin seeds are one of those amazing fall & winter foods you probably don't eat enough of. I started roasting at least 1/2  pound a week and noticed they would disappear fast. Simply roasting them with a little oil, salt and spice makes you feel like a gourmet chef. I also use this recipe when I bake an acorn squash. Spicy Curried Pumpkin Seeds Ingredients 2 cups pumpkin seeds 1 tablespoon ghee or coconut oil 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1/2 tablespoon curry powder 2 teaspoon Bragg's Liquid Aminos or Nama Shoyu Directions Preheat over to 350'. Rub oil into...

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