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Affiliate Practitioner Highlight: Carol Nace

Affiliate Practitioner Highlight: Carol Nace

by Kottakkal Support March 22, 2017

Carol Nace is the Chief Enlightenment Officer of Bodhi Ayurveda. She is also a licensed massage therapist, certified Ayurvedic practitioner, Panchakarma technician and our newest affiliate! Read more for her story of healing and the development of her Ayurveda practice. 

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Affiliate Practitioner Highlight: Shivani Chase

Affiliate Practitioner Highlight: Shivani Chase

by Kottakkal Support February 13, 2017

We're very happy to welcome Shivani Chase of Balanced Life Ayurveda to our incredible team of affiliates! To introduce her to our community read more to learn all about her background, experience, approaches to healing and hopes for her growing Ayurvedic business! 

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5 Ayurvedic Remedies To Boost Immunity

5 Ayurvedic Remedies To Boost Immunity

by Kate Lewin December 30, 2016 4 Comments

In Ayurveda, the concept of immunity can be correlated to ojas, or our body’s vital essence. Start building your ojas and immunity today with the following time-tested Ayurvedic approaches!

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5 Ayurvedic Remedies for Holiday Anxiety

5 Ayurvedic Remedies for Holiday Anxiety

by Kate Lewin November 23, 2016 1 Comment

In Ayurveda, anxiety is considered an imbalance in Vata Dosha (comprised of the air and space elements) in the mind channel (manovaha srotas). Anxiety often results from excess Vata in the mind, accompanied by its close cousins insomnia, fear, nervousness and depression. With excessive thinking and worry around the presidential election, combined with the seasonal shift into colder, drier, windier weather and the approaching holidays, we are presented with the perfect formula for Vata aggravation. Ayurveda offers many ways to pacify Vata dosha through diet, lifestyle and herbs that counter the cold, rough, dry, mobile and subtle qualities of Vata. Read more...

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Autumn Healing with Ayurveda: Goodbye Insomnia, Constipation & Joint Pain!

Autumn Healing with Ayurveda: Goodbye Insomnia, Constipation & Joint Pain!

by Kate Lewin October 26, 2016

Naomi Boas of HEAL Ayurveda LA gives us her top recommendations for both preventing and healing common Vata imbalances! There are no limits to how good you can feel using this ancient healing science. Read more to have a happy, healthy, energetic autumn without all of the usual colds, flus and sluggish mornings. With Ayurveda, anything is possible!

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Affiliate Practitioner Highlight: Prajakta

Affiliate Practitioner Highlight: Prajakta

by Kate Lewin October 24, 2016

We are so happy and excited to have Prajakta on board as an affiliate. She has had an incredible life, being lucky enough to grow up in a household that respected and practiced Ayurveda. Her years of studying and hands-on clinical experience make her an excellent choice if you are looking for an Ayurvedic practitioner. Check out her first interview with us to learn more about Prajakta, her background, experience, mission and goals! 

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Creamy Sweet Potato and Almond Butter Soup

Creamy Sweet Potato and Almond Butter Soup

by Kate Lewin September 27, 2016

Naomi Boas of Heal Ayurveda LA shared this delicious recipe with us! We hope you will enjoy this tasty, Vata-calming soup. Make it yourself and tag us in the photos to be featured on our accounts!

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Affiliate Practitioner Highlight: Naomi Boas

Affiliate Practitioner Highlight: Naomi Boas

by Kate Lewin September 23, 2016

We're very happy to welcome Naomi Boas of Heal Ayurveda LA to our incredible team of affiliates! To introduce her to our community read more to learn all about her background, experience, approaches to healing and hopes for her growing Ayurvedic business! 

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Practitioner Highlight: Heather Baines

Practitioner Highlight: Heather Baines

by Kate Lewin June 30, 2016

Regardless of how I was introduced to Ayurveda, here’s the thing: I was introduced to Ayurveda at just the right time in my life. Only five years earlier I was on another trajectory studying Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle, WA when my father was diagnosed with malignant melanoma. I knew instinctually that there had to be “another way” to access health and wholeness in mind, body, and spirit, but at the time I was not ready for the depth and breadth of self-care and purification practices offered by Ayurveda. It took the deeper work of finding stillness (sthira) and single pointed concentration (dhārana) on the yoga mat to be prepare me for my introduction to the Elements (mahabhutani) as Beings with whom I could enter into relationship. That was the shift that occurred that led me to study the science of Ayurveda as a healing practice.

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