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Many things can pull us out of our hearts. Learn how the pathways of rasa, prana, and manas can expand your ability to experience more love and joy in your life.
City living is dynamic, vibrant, and stimulating. And it can also present a unique set of challenges for staying balanced and centered. Here’s how Ayurveda can help.
As we continue to adjust to this ever-changing “normal,” it’s important that we adopt ways to balance excess vata and support our children in doing the same.
We take care of our cars, our homes, our jobs, our children, and the many people we love. Why then can it be so difficult to give ourselves the care and attention we also need and deserve?
Ayurveda teaches us how to listen, how to observe, how to feel, how to identify our feelings and needs, and what to do to nurture balance and inner stability.
Approach the holidays with more joy and less indigestion with our festive menu! These delicious holiday recipes can please a crowd while upholding the Ayurvedic principles of healthy eating.
Marma chikitsa, the science of energy points, provides a way to combat emotional disturbances, going beyond alleviating symptoms to support deep, lasting relief.
The first cosmic law of ahimsa, the practice of non-harm, teaches us that to fulfill our humanity as a person we must strengthen our capacity to gain awareness.
If you’re itching to move or thinking of relocating, here are some key considerations from an Ayurvedic perspective to help you feel balanced during the transition.
During these complex times, it is important to have a supportive practice that increases our hopefulness and keeps the mind light and buoyant, rather than grim.
Meditation's deeper purpose is inner growth and development of consciousness. And this has many keys when it comes to furthering the practice of Ayurveda.
In a bevy of cool sweeteners like white sugar, maple syrup, and others, raw honey dances to a different melody because it brings the rare quality of warmth.
Vasant Lad, world-renowned practitioner, author, and founder of The Ayurvedic Institute, shows us a glimpse into the insightful world of Ayurvedic pulse reading.
One interesting intersection in the body is the way mood, digestion, and immunity all support one another. This process is governed by agni, our digestive fire.
Sitting in nature gives us the opportunity to connect with cycles and rhythms that are inherently a part of us, as well as all of the elements of nature.
We're excited to share a few of our favorite Ayurvedic summer recipes, perfect for the grill. Enjoy one or two at a time, or cook them all at once for a summer feast.
How do you best care for yourself as a woman during a pandemic? We cannot eradicate COVID-19 from the environment around us right now, but we can take precautions.
As a 2019 Community Grant Recipient, the Yoga Seed Collective has been using their grant to help bring Ayurveda to their community during pandemic times.
If you love kitchari but want to switch it up with an easy, flavorful alternative, this instant pot recipe with seaweed and tamarind-carrot sauce is for you.
A morning routine is practically synonymous with Ayurveda, the science of life. Read this article to learn how to develop a morning routine that works for you.
Ojas is one of the most important aspects of overall health, happiness, and immunity. Learn how to build ojas in your body so you can enjoy a radiant, vibrant life.
How do we know what type of digestive fire we have? We created this fun and easy agni quiz to help you find out. When you’re done, keep reading to understand your results!
The doshas vata, pitta, and kapha are quite apparent in nature when we look through the lens of Ayurveda. We can define the doshas by their gunas, or qualities.
The crazier life gets, the more simplicity we need. Ayurveda has simple tools to help us stay centered in the midst of challenging and unpredictable times.