Travel Tips: How to Keep Your Doshas in Balance While on Vacation
Traveling can be very exciting, but it also comes with unpredictable aspects that can put your body out of balance. Integrate these Ayurvedic tips in your travels to help make your vacation smooth... Read More
How to Stand Up for Yourself
If anyone in your life is exploiting your courtesy and goodwill, it’s time you learned how to stand up for yourself. It requires the courage to know and follow your own truth, while also staying... Read More
Protein: Building Blocks for Life
Eating protein is important—not just to maintain strong muscles, but to support almost every function in your body. Are you getting the right amount? Learn if you’re eating too little—or too much... Read More
If you’ve been trying to get pregnant for a while, you may be feeling frustrated and overwhelmed. But there are things you can do to help, such as becoming aware of and changing your belief system.... Read More
shiva
Shiva, whose name means “auspicious one” in Sanskrit, is both a protector and destroyer. He can be a source of inspiration or act as a role model as you try to achieve a goal. Read More
Travel Tips: How to Keep Your Doshas in Balance While on Vacation
Traveling can be very exciting, but it also comes with unpredictable aspects that can put your body out of balance. Integrate these Ayurvedic tips in your travels to help make your vacation smooth... Read More
How to Stand Up for Yourself
If anyone in your life is exploiting your courtesy and goodwill, it’s time you learned how to stand up for yourself. It requires the courage to know and follow your own truth, while also staying... Read More
5 Reasons to Spend More Time Outside
If you need some motivation to get outside each day for some fresh air and sunshine, check out these five health benefits that you can gain from spending time in the outdoors. Read More
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There’s no specific medical disorder called burnout, but every doctor knows that prolonged stress has negative consequences. Find out the several levels of burnout to discover where you might fall... Read More
Kale. Meditation. A good night’s sleep. You know all these things are good for you. A vital addition to that list is travel, which offers a host of health benefits to your mind, body, and soul. Read More
shiva
Shiva, whose name means “auspicious one” in Sanskrit, is both a protector and destroyer. He can be a source of inspiration or act as a role model as you try to achieve a goal. Read More
Exploring Vedic Archetypes: How to Get Started
The word archetype often evokes thoughts of one-dimensional characters—the sage, the adventurer, the saint, and sinner—found in literature or the movies. But in the Vedic traditions, an archetype... Read More
Life can be difficult to maneuver at times with its ups and downs, twists and turns. Learning how to be the calm in the center of the storm will help you to navigate these turbulent periods. Try... Read More
meditating
Want to learn to meditate, but don’t know where to start? With the many classes, programs, styles, and techniques out there, it can be overwhelming for beginners. Take this quiz and let us sift... Read More
With a busy schedule and constant distractions, you may find it difficult to teach your children mindfulness. Here are four fun exercises to get you started with cultivating mindfulness in your... Read More
If you’ve been trying to get pregnant for a while, you may be feeling frustrated and overwhelmed. But there are things you can do to help, such as becoming aware of and changing your belief system.... Read More
What Is Indian Gentian?
It’s one of the most bitter herbs in the world. Although bitter—especially for Americans—can be tough to swallow, there are more than a dozen reasons why the herb’s strong flavor is worth embracing. Read More
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You may be exposed to more than 100 chemicals from your personal care products before you even head off to work each morning. Learn here how you can avoid these seven common toxins for a healthier... Read More
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Are you or someone you know in chronic pain and looking for relief? Start with these techniques to shift your approach to pain and break free from suffering. Read More
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The energy during and soon after completing a cleanse can be quite euphoric, but it’s common to revert back to unhealthy habits after a cleanse. What is the secret to maintaining that post-cleanse... Read More
Protein: Building Blocks for Life
Eating protein is important—not just to maintain strong muscles, but to support almost every function in your body. Are you getting the right amount? Learn if you’re eating too little—or too much... Read More
The 6 Tastes of Ayurveda
Most of us are familiar with four basic tastes—sweet, sour, salty, and bitter. But in Ayurveda, there are actually six tastes. Uncover what they are, which foods fall into each category, and how it... Read More
chia seeds
Edible seeds are filled with micronutrients, essential fatty acids, protein, and fiber. Try adding one of these three seeds to your next meal for an extra nutritional boost. Read More
3 Recipes with an Ayurvedic Twist
We often think of Ayurvedic foods as healthy and flavorful, but full of hard-to-find ingredients requiring hours of preparation. Not so with these three recipes—they will dazzle the dining table... Read More
black pepper
Many spices offer health-promoting effects, from combating inflammation to fighting cancer. Here are seven spices that heal—and two recipes that incorporate them. Read More
Dhyana: The Seventh Limb of Yoga
Dhyana is often used interchangeably with the practice of meditation. There is, however, a distinct difference between meditation as a practice and the state of being that is dhyana. Read More
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Are you looking to transform your personal yoga practice into one that can be enjoyed by your whole family? Here are five ways to develop a kid-friendly yoga practice, including a sample yoga... Read More
4 Yogi Parenting Principles
By taking the time to integrate positive yogic parenting practices into your day, you will find that both you and your child will maintain health, balance, and joy. Try these four to start. Read More
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You may have a basic understanding of the seven chakras—but do you know how to benefit from them? Here is an overview of what each chakra stands for, and three practical ways you can use this... Read More
Too often we get caught up in the busyness of our lives and lose sight of our life’s purpose. Dharana, or “one-pointed attention,” teaches us how to focus our attention on the present moment. Here... Read More

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