Currently Resides: Los Angeles, CA
Hometown: St. Margaret’s Bay, Kent, England
Peter Crone was born and raised in England. He received both his Bachelors and Masters degrees with honors. On completing his thesis, he moved to the United States, and spent over five years as an exclusive trainer to some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Today Peter is an internationally recognizedmind/body wellness coach, spiritual teacher, and life transformation expert www.petercrone.com. Peter works with all types of people including professional athletes, royalty, celebrities, CEOs and the general public. He works with his clients using a holistic approach of mind, body, and spirit. His company’s slogan is “spiritual freedom, mental peace, and physical vitality”. When working with the body he is unrivaled, basing his training on an incredible foundation of knowledge in Ayurveda, human biology, exercise physiology, biomechanics, and anatomy. Personally, he is an artist, writer, photographer, and an accomplished athlete. Peter spends his free time honing his golf swing for the PGA Senior Tour, and is writing a series of books that he hopes will inspire people to discover their true nature and create a life they absolutely love. He is a contemporary renaissance man, with an amazing sense of humor and a heart full of love and compassion.
How were you introduced to Ayurveda?
Through a practitioner who spoke one afternoon at my yoga teacher training program back in 2000. I was immediately hooked!
How has Ayurveda changed your life?
Honestly too immeasurable to quantify. It infiltrates every part of my life. [:)]
Which Banyan product(s) are your currently using and why?
Tablets – Blood Cleanse & Healthy Pitta (to keep my pitta in balance)
Bulk herbs – Ashwagandha (for my sports and athletic pursuits)
When are you most likely to go out of balance and how do you bring yourself back in balance using Ayurveda? (routine, diet, herbs etc.)
Summer or hot days/climates. Lay in a cold bath for 10-15 minutes. Drink plenty of water with electrolytes. Sleep. Meditation. Simple clean foods. Earthing (standing barefoot in soil).
Favorite place in the world?
My inner true self! [:)] Then Carmel CA, Sydney Australia, Maldive islands
Conversations that inspire self-realization, reading, writing, golf, being a fool.
I am That, As a Man Thinketh, The Upanishads
“The journey of true discovery lies not in finding new lands but in looking through new eyes” Voltaire
Who inspires you?
Anyone who chooses love
How do you make a difference in your community/world?
I’d like to think I inspire a new view of life that brings with it freedom, joy, vitality, love, and a sense of playfulness for life.