Neti & Nasya to Breathe Easy

Neti & Nasya to Breathe Easy

Are you familiar with nasal-irrigation, also known in Ayurveda as neti, and its sister practice of nasal-oiling known as, nasya? These are great home-practices to have on hand as we move from the hot pitta season into the more cold and dry vata season. These practices...
10 Ayurvedic Herbs for Stress

10 Ayurvedic Herbs for Stress

            In today’s world, everyone resonates with stress, fatigue, lack of energy, and difficulty concentrating. Stress is a natural response to internal and external factors. However, stress will begin to affect you physically, mentally, and emotionally.         ...
The Vagus Nerve, Stress, and Breathing

The Vagus Nerve, Stress, and Breathing

            Feeling like your body’s stress response is firing at high speeds these days? You may need to spend time engaging your vagus nerve. The vagus nerve is directly connected to the stress response and plays a major role into how we face stress, reduce...
Breath-Work to Reduce Stress

Breath-Work to Reduce Stress

            Breath is our main source of prana, or life force, and is one of the most basic human functions as well as one of the most profound!  It is also one of our greatest tools and the key to our nervous system. When you inhale, the diaphragm- a dome-shaped...
Sleep Patterns and Dreams

Sleep Patterns and Dreams

             Sleep is in the top 3 most important aspects to having a healthy life. However, it is common as we live these fast-paced lives our sleep often becomes erratic, which can lead to many health and energy issues. After a day of stimulating activity, your body...
Movement for the Doshas

Movement for the Doshas

            Movement throughout the body is vital for life. Movement of prana (life force) within the blood, the movement of oxygen for the lungs, and the regular movement of food and nutrients in the gut are examples of essential internal movement. Healthy internal...