Stories of a Health Sleuth

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Grounding Dish for Transition Between Seasons

We’re at the transition of the seasons, a period called ritusandhi in Ayurveda. It’s a time where we might be dealing with the indecision to […]

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Car Free for Me!

I’ve taken an opportunity to go car free and I feel liberated! Or at least in the two and a half weeks that I have […]

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You can have it dal!

  Dal is a word used for pulses or lentils, beans and peas and for some of the most delicious dishes you can find on an […]

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Rose: Nature’s Love Tonic

I’m writing this post the day before Valentine’s Day whilst sipping tea in bed and listing to love songs. Well, my idea of love songs […]

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Journaling for Better Mental Digestion

We are what we digest. This isn’t only what goes down the hatch, but what we see, hear, think and discuss. Likewise, our mental state […]

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Copper Cups: Ayurveda’s Own Holy Grail

  As Indian Jones educated us with the powers of the Holy Grail, Ayurveda reveals the healing abilities of copper. Though they aren’t quite the […]

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Cold Curing Tonic

I try my best to take care of myself and as a result, I only get sick about once every 5-6 years. As of this week, […]

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Cookies and Community

November has proved to be a trying month, not only for me, but for many. Aside from feeling a need for more rest and more emotional […]

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My commitment to being an effective yoga teacher

I’ve got a mad attraction to intelligent yoga programming, so when I heard that Matthew Remski would be teaching at the Colorado School of Yoga the same time […]

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Three Things to Make Time for Every Day

We often talk about how we can pacify a dosha through the method of opposing qualities. If your fire is high, stop eating spicy food. […]

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Essentials for Your Ayurvedic Medicine Cabinet

The Ayurvedic tradition is versed in helping us know our patterns and tendencies, which means if we listen, we have a good chance at keeping […]

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The Magnificent Six

Digestion begins as soon as we put food in our mouth. This is the first place that enzymes get to work in breaking down what […]

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