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Join Heather on a 6-week self-discovery journey to access deep nourishment through diet and lifestyle practices with a doable step-by-step approach in a community with other like-minded sisters.
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You might be thinking by now, where should I begin my wellness journey to reclaim mind-body wellness that’s custom fit for me? Well, Ayurveda has ideas for you. They come from a tradition called Rasayana, or Rejuvenation, that consists of Ayurveda’s most nourishing practices. In my Free 3-Day Reset, you can sample these practices all on your own. Begin as soon as January 2nd, 2022.
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Heather met me where I was and helped me to practically and gradually integrate Ayurveda into my busy, Western life as a Mom and business owner. Over time, Heather has become a spiritual mentor, guide and friend. I feel so lucky to have her continuous wisdom and support as I navigate the ups and downs of life.”
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Her Well Being Blog
Ayurveda wisdom teaches us that the major intersections between warm and cool seasons can be a bumpy ride. Seasonal transitions can be negotiated with mindfulness and self-compassion with the intention to close the chapter of the previous season. This allows us to be ready to embark on the next chapter.
How do women cut through the confusion with all the diet fads out there? Ayurveda has a solution. It starts with learning how to plug into YOU to shut out the noise.
Listen to the full podcast here. Is Intermittent Fasting For Me? When to eat is nearly as important as what we eat. Why? This is because of how our digestion works and a concept called Agni in Ayurvedic terms or digestive fire. Everyone has a digestive type, which is...