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How to Be Healthy According to Ayurveda? Create Healthy Routines!

What we do on a daily, consistent basis is the greatest determiner of our health. According to Ayurveda, there is nothing more important to our health and overall well-being than our daily living practices. If we live a balanced life in which we are kind to ourselves and adhere to the rhythms of nature, we stand the greatest chance of being healthy. When we abuse our bodies and minds, either intentionally or unintentionally, ill health often results.

Ayurvedic practitioner in Aley, Lebanon with Haifa Abouassi

The California College of Ayurveda is pleased to introduce the Ayurvedic Health Practitioner Interns 2015. Interns have completed their academic studies and work under the supervision of experienced clinical instructors. This semester's talented group of interns comes from throughout the United States, Canada and United Kingdom.

Academic Notes: Ayurveda and Understanding the Tongue

Excessive cracks on the tongue is an indication that vata dosha is vitiated, specifically the dry quality. The more cracks, the more significant the vata vitiation and the more oil and nourishing substances the patient will need to re-establish balance. Daily abhyanga with vata-pacifying oils such as sesame and almond is highly beneficial, along with the internal consumption of high quality, vata-balancing oils such as ghee and sesame oil.

Ayurvedic practitioner in Napa, Sonoma with Francis Kellogg

The California College of Ayurveda is pleased to introduce the Ayurvedic Health Practitioner Interns 2015. Interns have completed their academic studies and work under the supervision of experienced clinical instructors. This semester's talented group of interns comes from throughout the United States, Canada and United Kingdom.

Do you scrape your tongue each morning?

Are you aware how important this is? 

 

Ayurveda teaches that “the habits and routines of a person's life are the single most important determinant of their well-being.” Those are strong words!  

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