“Sneeze-free, Naturally” Utne Reader
Pollen and dander might not be entirely to blame for those itchy noses, and fuzzy heads we endure every spring. According to Ayurveda, excellent digestion is the key to allergy relief. http://www.utne.com/issues/2005_130/promo/11695-1.html
“Sneeze-free, Naturally” Yoga Journal
Pollen and dander might not be entirely to blame for those itchy noses, and fuzzy heads we endure every spring. According to Ayurveda, excellent digestion is the key to allergy relief. http://www.yogajournal.com/health/1691_1.cfm
“Passion Play” Yoga Journal
When winter’s cold has you shivering, it’s balancing to heat things up between the sheets with your partner. Apply a little Ayurvedic wisdom to yield blissful and healthy fruits of desire. http://www.yogajournal.com/health/1613_1.cfm
“Earth, Wind & Fire” Yoga Journal
Going beyond the misleading girl-zine “What’s My Dosha?” questionnaire, this column clarifies the true significance of one’s Ayurvedic constitution, and invites consideration of the more salient issue: one’s doshic imbalance. http://www.MayaShakti-Ayurveda.com/EarthWindAndFire.pdf
“Milk: To Drink or Not to Drink?” Inside Ayurveda, Fall 1999 Available for updated reprint When it comes to dairy, there’s more to consider than lactose intolerance or avoiding milk when you have a cold. This article offers Ayurvedic answers to questions like: Who is milk good for? What factors affect healthy digestion/assimilation of dairy? How do I choose whether to consume dairy or not?
“Sister Sciences: Yoga & Ayurveda” An Interview with Gary Kraftsow Inside Ayurveda, Fall 1999
Gary Kraftsow is the founder of the American Viniyoga Institute, America’s foremost instructor and teacher-trainer of Viniyoga, and the author of Yoga for Wellness and Yoga for Transformation. Delve into what makes Viniyoga unique, and the functional relationship between yoga and Ayurveda.
“Profile: The Ayurvedic Institute” Inside Ayurveda, Fall 1999
Here’s a sketch of the institute’s founder ~ Vasant Lad, an outline of the educational programs (and teaching staff) in Albuquerque, AZ and India, and a peek at the student experience.
“Profile: The California College of Ayurveda” Inside Ayurveda, Spring/Summer 1999 Available for updated reprint
Marc Halpern, DC, founder, shares his story and vision for the professionalization of Ayurvedic medicine. The school’s program offerings are fully described.
“The Future of Ayurveda” An Interview with Dr. David Frawley Inside Ayurveda, Winter 1998 Available for updated reprint
David Frawley is truly the ambassador of Vedic knowledge to the United States.
Here are his thoughts on the issues surrounding the potential for Ayurvedic medicine to become a licensed profession.
“Profile: Ayurveda Holistic Center” Inside Ayurveda, Winter 1998 Available for updated reprint
Basic information on this Long Island school, and a few words from the director, Swami Sada Shiva Tirtha.
“Roundtable: Licensing Ayurveda?” Inside Ayurveda, Winter 1998
Is the practice of Ayurveda legal? A short introduction to the issue and a survey of opinions from notable Ayurvedic teachers and practitioners.
“Conscious Relationship with Place” Building with Nature, Winter 1994 Available for reprint
A personal reflection on the value of intimacy with our surroundings.
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