Your health and well-being is a reflection of your daily habits. Understanding the relationship between mind, body, and spirit is the difference between a life lived well and a life lived wanting to be well.
The Vedic Science of Ayurveda turns the diet and nutrition culture of the West on its head. Rather than a one-size-fits-all approach, Ayurveda begins by looking at the makeup of an individual on a physical and emotional level. With this in mind, specific foods and habits are recommended to harmonize your unique physiological needs. Simply by making small adjustments in your eating habits, you can experience drastic improvements in your overall health and well-being.
Beyond just postures and poses, yoga is a principle that can be expressed in every facet of our lives. That principle is the opportunity to recognize our divine nature via healthy alignment of our physical self. Developing perspective on that principle through a wholesome body-mind connection is the purpose of the different asana/poses. Explore this section to understand what kind of physical yoga practice best supports your wholesome development.
Vedic culture doesn’t see meditation as something to do, but rather something you’re always doing. The mind is always thinking about something, even during sleep. Recognizing this, the practice of meditation aims to focus our mental energy in a way that is both uplifting and enlightening. Whether you’re looking for a daily destress or an experience that expands your sense of self and reality, this is the place to start.