Ayurveda is the world's oldest wellness system and the sister science to yoga, and considering that it is still around after many thousands of years and is still relevant, I think it may be a good idea to give it some attention, especially in light of how far western medicine has veered from what is natural and how little is has to offer in terms of cultivating health.
Kendra Irvine is an Ayurvedic Health Counsellor with the California College of Ayurveda, a Certified Wellness Coach and a Professional Kinesiologist who teaches high-performing women how to manage the stress of their demanding lives, create the best possible health for their unique body types and prevent dis-ease using Ayurveda.
I have long had an interest in Ayurveda and was delighted to be able to ask some questions and get more clarity on this ancient science. Here are some of the topics covered:
The meaning of AyurvedaHow long it as been around...1000's of years!How Ayurveda looks to natureHow the 5 elements play into our health and how the imbalances are reflected in our bodiesWhat the Doshas areHow the Doshas are reflected in your face, body and habitsIdeas to balance kapha and pitta imbalancesHow Ayurveda views the individual as a microcosm of the macrocosmHow to adjust your lifestyle if you are overwhelmed and anxiousThe state of Ayurveda in IndiaThe 3 causes of disease according to Ayurveda and how our choices can exacerbate our imbalancesHow forgetting who we are is the one underlying cause of disease according the the oldest healthcare systemThe best way to determine your DoshaThe role of herbs in AyurvedaHow the water element shows up in kapha vs. pittaThe details of the Happy Body Summit coming up in MayOne great tip for all Doshas...hint, it's around when to eat your largest mealAnd more!
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