Yoga

    • Yoga
    • January 09, 2019
    Ayurvedic Fitness

    For years the experts have encouraged us to exercise because of its pronounced health benefits. But how much exercise is too much or not enough, and how do we know? There can be no standard answer to this question. Understanding your Ayurvedic body type can help you determine how much exercise you need as well as the type of activity that would be best suited for you. Furthermore, exercise can either incur stress or alleviate it depending on the quality of the breath. Learning how to breathe while exercising will create a natural calming influence that stays with you all day.

    • Yoga
    • February 20, 2018
    Merging the Sister Sciences with Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy

    If you find you have an affinity and a desire for both Yoga and Ayurveda, and if you are already practicing either or both, it may be time for you to consider boosting your practice. The payoff is the health of your clients and students when you combine the practices of both Yoga and Ayurveda.

    • Yoga
    • August 28, 2016
    Reclaiming the Union of Ayurveda and Yoga Through Dinacharya

    Introducing clients to dinacharya is one of the most important parts of Ayurvedic healing. Too often, people allow their days to be defined by external factors, missing the opportunity to define it for themselves.

    • Yoga
    • August 16, 2016
    Beyond Asana: Supporting Ayurveda with the Subtle Practices of Yoga

    A woman who recently attended my Ayurvedic chef training on Kaua’i reminded me once again of the power of yoga and Ayurveda as combined treatment techniques. Over the past three years, this woman had been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, which set in after the birth of her second child. She had typical symptoms of joint pain, extreme morning stiffness, fatigue, a foggy mind and a feeling of overwhelm. She had removed most of the junk food from her diet and saw some improvement, but sought out an Ayurvedic consultation during her time at the training to find her next steps toward healing.

    • Yoga
    • April 22, 2014
    Interview with Maria Garre

    Interview with Ayuryoga Therapist, Prana Flow Teacher and Ayurvedic Practitioner Maria Garre