Ayurveda’s inner knowing

The holiday season brought bright lights, festive decorations, parties, and abundant opportunity to overindulge.

Reflect for a moment on the holiday season just passed: why were we drawn to those bright lights, cheese platters, mountains of Christmas cookies, and goblets of wine?

Could it be our collective inner knowing?

The answer, my friends, is a resounding YES!

Ayurveda offers inspired insight into our collective seasonal practices, and an opportunity to align with these practices without shame or guilt.  Read more http://bit.ly/1S4xB8t

Good life, guilt free - Ayurveda's inner knowing

Heather Baines will be offering additional insights into the philosophy, practice, and deep wisdom of Ayurveda in a 6-month series for Hanuman Festival.  Read post #1 here.

Have you tried every fad diet and are still not sure what’s right for you?  It may be time to see an Ayurvedic practitioner. Receive recommendations tailored to your individual health profile appropriate for the season and your location. To find an Ayurvedic practitioner, visit the Colorado Ayurveda Medical Association (coloradoayurveda.org), the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (ayurvedanama.org), or the Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America (aapna.org).

Heather Baines, RAAP is a professional member of NAMA, a Registered Advanced Ayurveda Practitioner with AAPNA, and currently serves as president of the Colorado Ayurveda Medical Association. She practices at Roots of Wellness Ayurveda in Boulder, CO, and shares the wisdom of Ayurveda at dinner parties everywhere.


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