Your Dosha, or mind-body type, according to Ayurveda, may impact your practice both physically and mentally. This week we’re looking at how each Dosha may show up in the Ashtanga practice.
Something I get asked all the time by practitioners is how to eat for this practice, and I think it’s so important. We work super hard in this practice, and fuelling our bodies with nutritious food is a necessity! So this week I’m sharing all about how to get proper nutrition for Ashtanga.
I get asked a lot what the best nutrition practice is for yogis, and what type of diet a yogi should adopt. What might seem like a pretty straightforward question is actually more complex than you might think. In this article, we deep dive into the question – to eat meat, or not to eat meat.
Ayurvedic nutrition goes beyond the basic macro and micronutrients. This philosophy looks at the energetic aspects associated with the food we eat and accounts for things like fueling our Agni (digestive fire) and replenishing Ojas (vigor and vitality).
This week we’re giving you a few Ayurvedic post-practice nutrition tips, and a delicious smoothie recipe to go along!
What’s better than a Happy New Year? A Happy Poo Year! Let’s be honest, there is nothing better than a good, cleansing poop right before your morning practice. Nothing. It makes the jump throughs easier, the back bends more graceful and the twists less stressful. In this article we’re giving you some great tips on how to improve your poop’s so you can improve your practice.