Ayurveda

How To Make Ghee

How To Make Ghee

    One of the most frequent questions I get asked in my practice is how to make ghee. Though it may be intimidating at first, it’s an easy process and tastes so much better than what can be found in the grocery store. I’ve…

What To Expect During An Ayurvedic Consultation

What To Expect During An Ayurvedic Consultation

  Ayurveda translates to the “Science of Life.” It is a beautiful natural health practice based on the 5 elements that is the oldest medical system in the world. To explore the basics of Ayurveda Principles, head over to our post about Ayurveda Theory.  Here…

Nasya Oil

Nasya Oil

    Yoga tells us that the nose is the entrance to the brain, prana channels and consciousness.  Science tells use that the nose is an entry way to the body specifically to the sinuses.  Nasya Oil is an excellent way to keep this area…

Ayurveda in the Fall & Winter

Ayurveda in the Fall & Winter

    Fall is the quintessential time of change and transition. The wind begins to pick up, arriving with the element of air. We start to come inward, preparing for winter. Our Ayurveda routines change in the fall, supporting us in one of our favorite…

Ayurveda in the Summer

Ayurveda in the Summer

    Oh, it’s finally here! Our beloved summer months. Here in the mountains of Colorado, we get excited about each season, but we savor summer to the max because our summers months don’t seem to last long enough.   But I think we’re there…

What is Ayurveda?

What is Ayurveda?

  Most of you know that I am a huge advocate of practicing all of Yoga, not just the postures. That’s a lot of stuff, and if you’re new to the yogic lifestyle all of the information and new terms can be overwhelming. Asana, Pranayama,…

Springtime Ayurveda

Springtime Ayurveda

  Ayurveda is the sister science to Yoga. Though it may seem foreign to us, in the US, it is a heavy part of Indian Healthcare and is an extensive system for healthy living that has been in existence for thousands of years. As we…