In this podcast, the host of the Divine Feminine Healer Podcast, Angelica Neri interviews Dr. Brenda Krulikowski. During this interview, Dr. Brenda shares her profound wisdom in herbs and plant medicine. She is the head … More »
Ayurveda uses a system based on elements and seasons to heal the whole body. As we move in and out of a particular season the body either is accumulating a dosha, aggravating or alleviating a … More »
The ancient wisdom of Ayurveda has a wide range of potential benefits for the modern athlete. The principles of Ayurveda allow the needs of many of today’s athletes to be met in a more holistic … More »
With the recent COVID 19 pandemic, we have realized the importance of immunity more than ever. Ayurveda identifies immunity as “Ojas”. Ojas can be understood to be all factors that protect the body from external … More »
What’s happening in our learning garden this summer? ~ Milk Thistle! Hiding inside the stunning flower of the Milk Thistle are dozens of seeds beneficial to supporting liver health. Perfect for the pitta time … More »
What’s happening in our learning garden this summer? ~ Beautiful lavender is in full bloom and the bees are busy! The famously beneficial lavender calms the mind, skin and stomach. Plus it smells amazing!
What’s happening in our learning garden this summer? ~ Comfrey! Our good friend Comfrey is doing fabulous this year, and the bees seem just smitten with its flowers! www.facebook.com/ayurvedatraining
What’s happening in our learning garden this summer? ~ Clary Sage! The lovely, calming clary sage reduces anxiety and depression while balancing hormones!
What’s happening in our learning garden this summer? ~ Chamomile! The first flowers of chamomile shine their smiles (and sooth our nerves and digestion when prepared as delicious tea). www.facebook.com/ayurvedatraining
What’s happening in out learning garden this summer? ~ California Poppy! The state flower, the California Poppy, is not only a beautiful and hearty addition to any garden bed, but also a wonderful mild sedative … More »