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5 Ayurvedic Tips to Stay Cool This Summer

Summer - the season of play, expansion, heightened energy, long nights, and longer days. Pitta is the dosha comprised of fire and water and it is at its peak in the summer months. In Ayurveda, like increases like, and opposites bring balance so we want to offset the...

What She Really Wants This Mother’s Day

Embrace feeling nourished, rejuvenated, and thoroughly cared for in a way that lasts well beyond the treatment session. ⁠A Day of BlissTreat yourself or the mother in your life to a full day of bliss. This 3-hour journey begins with a cacao ceremony and a full Yoga...

Ayurvedic Recipes For Spring

Ayurvedic recipes for spring

Agni and Soma – The primordial cosmic consorts

Night to the Soma-drinker come, for his enjoyment, these pure drops, The Somas mingled with the curd. Thou, grown at once to perfect strength, wast born to drink the Soma juice, Strong Indra, for preeminence. O Indra, lover of the song, may these quick Somas enter...

Ayurvedic Herbs for Summer

Ayurvedic Herbs For Summer   Brahmi - Brahmi is a nervine that soothes, relaxes, and balances the doshas. It eases anxiety and stress, reduces inflammation, helps lower blood pressure, and has anti-cancer benefits. Combined with chamomile, cumin, coriander, and...
Ayurveda for Winter

Ayurveda for Winter

Seasonal Ayurveda - Finding Balance in Winter Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old science that originated in ancient India.   Ayurveda is one of the world's oldest comprehensive healthcare systems.  Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word, that combines the...

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Ayurvedic Recipe For Ghee

Ayurvedic Recipe For Ghee

Ayurvedic Ghee Recipe   Have you had ghee? This golden elixir is one of the purest and most beneficial tonics according to Ayurveda. Ghee can be used as a substitute for butter in almost everything, it can be used for skincare, and is even...

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White Paper: Yoga Therapy and Pain

White Paper: Yoga Therapy and Pain

This paper examines the role of yoga therapy in comprehensive integrative pain management (CIPM). The pain crisis is described, and how yoga therapists can contribute to its solution is explained. Yoga therapy can be an essential component of the...

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5 Tips To Heal A Soft Tissue Injury

5 Tips To Heal A Soft Tissue Injury

This is one of my specialties. As I sit here with my injured foot, I'm brought back into the ways I've used Yoga Therapy and other holistic techniques to heal from the innumerous soft tissue injuries I've had. I think this is my 8th time on...

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Compassion In Action

In Buddhism, compassion is one of the Brahma Vihara or the four immeasurables. ⁠It is⁠ one of the noblest states of being human. ⁠ ⁠ Compassion, karuṇā, in Sanskrit and Pali, is the desire to see someone free from suffering. The etymology of...

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Cultivating Tapas to Evoke Tejas

Cultivating Tapas to Evoke Tejas

The Yoga of Inner Fire Beautiful ones, today I want to share with you the concepts of Tapas and Tejas. Through the study of Yoga Philosophy, you can cultivate vibrant living and inner radiance. In Yogic and Ayurvedic philosophy, there is the...

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