Matching mealtimes, sleep cycles, and activities to dosha cycles.
Ayurveda is as much about embodying the experience and academically learning the material as it is about observing nature herself and those around you— just like yoga.
The 3 gunas: The mind's supreme qualities
Three of the most effective tools in ayurveda will be quite familiar to yogis: asana, pranayama, and meditation
What's holding you back from implementing a more ayurvedic lifestyle? Kathryn suggests looking at unidentified expectations and desires we hold that cause us to continue in our old habits.
Calming your symptoms is like managing a rowdy teenager! You start with a low-key approach and, if needed, move on to additional measures. See ayurveda’s 4-stage healing process.
Taking a dosha quiz is a great way to determine your ayurvedic constitution (prakriti), but sometimes it’s not clear how to look at your physical and other characteristics in answering the questions.
Stay healthy and inspired by including these items in your ayurvedic toolbox: Dinacharya, study, teacher, and community.
In the modern medical system, doctors expect you to deteriorate as you age.
Dinacharya, or ayurvedic daily routine, has lots of benefits! Kathryn describes how the top 9 practices in her morning routine cleanse and nourish the body and mind, and she gives advice on how to gradually ease your way into the routine.