Holiday temptations abound! Challenge yourself to follow one of Ayurveda’s most basic guidelines for healthy digestion: AVOID OVEREATING
It is best to eat at a moderate pace until you are 75% full.
We are unique beings, and we each have unique needs.
“The word “rasa” is the Sanskrit word meaning taste. There are six distinct tastes and each, as with all of nature, is composed of elements. Understanding the elemental make up of each taste is the key to understanding the attributes of each taste.
A beloved, well-read copy of the core textbook for first year students at CCA. Dr. Marc Halpern wrote this text over 20 years ago, drawing the profound knowledge that it contains from the ancient, classical Ayurvedic texts. And now, the first major rewrite is about to be released! Dr. Halpern has been working hard to deepen and expand the teachings that this book provides.
Many of us have never studied human anatomy and physiology. Knowing one’s own body is vital to knowing how to keep it healthy and functioning optimally, not to mention knowing what steps to take when you become ill. The gall bladder is an often misunderstood organ. The below is an excerpt regarding the gall bladder from the textbook, “Clinical Ayurvedic Medicine,” by Dr. Marc Halpern.
THE ROLE OF THE GALLBLADDER
Are you a yoga teacher? Ready to bring the healing wisdom of Ayurveda into your Yoga classes – and take things to a WHOLE NEW LEVEL?
If so, read on and learn how CLASSICAL AYURVEDIC YOGA THERAPY™ can open up a whole new world for you!
The story is told that God placed the plants and vegetables on the planet for the animals to consume. The dharma (service) of the plants is to support animal life. The plants do not mind this, as it is their dharma. The selfless fulfillment of their dharma will lead them closer to enlightenment.