Amrta - literally “nectar” is used to describe this divine love. The Tibetans refer to amrta as meaning “the supreme medicine”Read More
Sleep is so, so, so important! In Ayurveda, sleep is considered one of the great pillars of health. Read on for some things you could incorporate into your evening as a way to ease into sleep and to teach your body, over time, cues that sleep time is coming!Read More
We tend to only think of the beginning of Spring season as the perfect time to do a cleanse. However, Ayurveda believes that seasonal cleanses help to maintain our bodies and mind in the long run. Think of it as a little reset to get your insides ready for the winter season.Read More
Ayurveda is a science of life, found in ancient Indian texts called the Vedas. It's a health system rooted in living life in harmony with the earth and the energies that guide all of life.
Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of creating and maintaining positive health with a focus on preventing the imbalances that lead to dis-ease.Read More
My hope is that you enjoy this new moon playlist. Whether it's while you're eating lunch, letting the sun hit your face, working out, or writing your new moon manifestations. My hope is that you take this sutra and ask yourself how you are committed to your own truth and integrity as you write down your manifestations.Read More
Yup, it's true. Winter is here: colder temperatures, dampness in the air, more layers. Some of us love it and some of us dream of being on a Caribbean island – regardless we all have to endure it.
Keep reading for your Kapha Season prepardness!Read More
I'm a Vata, which means I'm in my head – a lot. When things don't make sense, I grab a book and I throw on my spiritual tool belt and I pray, sing, dance or whatever else Spirit calls me to do. This past week, after the elections, as I laid in my hammock soaking up the sun, trying to hold space for the oversaturation of hate, confusion and chaos that was surrounding me, I reached for the Bhagavad Gita.Read More
Deliciously healthy banana bread recipe to go with that morning cup of coffee or tea and two fast and easy salad recipes to last over the whole week, so my mind, belly and spirit can be well fed.Read More
“We stand on the shoulders of our ancestors, but if we’re not aligned with their rhythms, we have to carry them on our backs. If we take up their traditions of sadhana (disciplined and dedicated daily practice), however, their engines give us strength.” – Bri Maya TiwariRead More