Ayurveda in the Workplace

  • Ayurveda in the Workplace: Nobody is Like You!
    • Ayurveda in the Workplace
    • January 27, 2016
    Ayurveda in the Workplace: Nobody is Like You!

    We are all going to approach work and projects differently. Let's explore how we can work more in harmony with good understandings of each other according to the three doshas.

  • Ayurveda in the Workplace: Avoiding Burnout
    • Ayurvedic Lifestyle
    • November 20, 2015
    Ayurveda in the Workplace: Avoiding Burnout

    Now, we all need jobs. They are our livelihood and keep the world spinning! We just need to take more breaks. Our minds and bodies can really only focus on a task for 90 minutes. Then they need a pause for replenishment so that we can perform for the next 90 minutes.

  • Ayurveda in the Workplace: Hey! What's For Lunch?
    • Ayurveda in the Workplace
    • October 21, 2015
    Ayurveda in the Workplace: Hey! What's For Lunch?

    Lunch should be an enjoyable break while we sit outside among the trees or in front of a window blissfully eating our freshly cooked, nutritious meal as a light breeze in our face and the sound of the babbling brook nourishes our entire mind, body, and spirit. I wish! Or, is lunch more like this: "Hey! Did you bring your lunch or are you going out?"

  • Taking Meditation to the Workplace. Really.
    • Ayurvedic Lifestyle
    • September 21, 2015
    Taking Meditation to the Workplace. Really.

    Expanding off my Ayurveda in the Workplace article, let's take a deeper look at each one of the eight tips, starting with taking the recommended ten minute meditation break each day. 

    Meditation is important for balance because, man, we really beat up our minds! I mean come on. At any given moment between email, chat, smartphone, and computer, we might look at 10 things at once while eating and standing and typing and talking. Many of us do all these things at the same time! The mind appreciates it when we allow it to settle.

  • Ayurveda in the Workplace
    • Ayurvedic Lifestyle
    • July 22, 2015
    Ayurveda in the Workplace

    The first step of bringing Ayurveda to work is to be grateful for the work you have, no matter what it is. Read on for more tips about Ayurveda in the workplace.