easy shopping list for getting started living an Ayurveda-inspired, healthy, happy, sexy lifestyle
Because the ancient teachings of yoga and Ayurveda didn’t view the mind and body as separate entities, they created nutritional and lifestyle techniques that helped boost our satisfaction and joy in both the physical and soul realms. These techniques help us connect — and stay connected — to our core vitality and inner wisdom. Here are my top five Juicy-Boosting tips. They are especially helpful for those of us who fly in airplanes, burn the midnight oil in front of a computer, or run marathons (or just marathon-style errands).
It’s the New Year and we are all a-buzz with that excitement of new vistas and catalytic potentialities. The best way to super-charge your dreams is to take care of your body. Here is my basic Daily Ritual, pulled straight from my soon-to-be-published book on living healthy, happy and sexy with ancient Ayurveda.
Watch this half hour Google + panel where I joined some great experts to answer questions on how to incorporate yoga, exercise and good nutrition into our busy lives.
The body of one who uses oil massage regularly does not become affected much even if subjected to accidental injuries, or strenuous work. By using oil massage daily, a person is endowed with pleasant touch, trimmed body parts and becomes strong, charming and least affected by old age. Charaka Samhita Vol. 1, V: 88-89 Despite …
The yoga world has a lesser-known sister and her name is Ayurveda. And although some famous mamas like Madonna, Christy Turlington, and Oprah have touted its health-boosting benefits, Ayurveda remains largely an exotic Indian mystery. Here is my mini-Ayurveda primer.
Whether you make time for a quick foot massage before bed, or you can get into the routine of a deep 10-20 minute self massage before your shower, massaging with our Ayurvedic, herb-infused oils will better your daily life by ridding you of accumulated toxins and coating your body with a layer of love. In fact, the word for oil in Sanskrit is sneha, or “love.”