Are you a Pooping Machine?

Tasmania is a small, island off the South Coast of Australia. With around half a million inhabitants, 50% of the island is a designated national park. Tasmania is visited as much for its vibrant art scene as its wildness. Hobart, Tasmania is the state’s capital and the location of Australia’s largest private museum, The Museum…

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Stay in Touch with Travel Abyhanga

Abhyanga, the practice of self-massage, has become a daily treat  since first I learned about it through my study of Ayurveda.  I still laugh at the thought of putting oil on my face after years of avoiding oily things on my skin. I was afraid the oil would give me pimples.  Now one of my…

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My Best 10 Career Tips to Grow Your Wellness Practice

My first Ayurvedic Practitioner teacher was Mary Thompson at the California College of Ayurveda (CCA). Mary and I both ended up parking trailers on the land of dear Linsey Richards, who owned a beautiful lot an a tributary to the Yuba River. This particular creek has a spectacular 50 foot waterfall. “I remember the first…

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Step into the Fire with YHC Coach Alexandra Epple

Tune in and learn how to: Encourage students and people around you to step into the fire to enjoy the transformation they have been dreaming of. “Birth” your own program — it’s your “child,” and it’s an intense process. Nurture your career, much like you’re its mother. Find out if your clients are ready to…

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Imagine a Better Lunch

I’m asking you to pause for a second, put down whatever else you are doing and step into your imagination. Give it your full attention. Your imagination has something enriching to share with you about your lunch. Become inspired by your self and the riches you bring to your own life. The door to access this…

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Stuff vs Self; The true value of your self worth

Apple has an incredible ability to grab the consumer’s attention. So very modern and oh so shiny, their products leap from the shelves upon release. I thought about the person I would be if I had one. The way it’s ‘breath reminders’ would center me, and its heart rate sensor would transform me into the type…

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What Are You Worth?

I’ve been splurging a lot lately. I’ve spent money on acupuncture, flotation therapy, foods I believe will heal my ailments, and most recently, flowers. Being sick helped. It was dire I was forced to uplevel my self-care practices to get better. I’m practicing embodying the “pleasure-seeker” avatar. Turns out I’m good at restricting myself from…

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Help Yourself Handle and Heal AI

Autoimmunity(AI) touches upwards of twenty five million lives in the US alone. I know.  My mom died of complications of multiple sclerosis after years of pain. I was diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease and “chronic immune dysfunction”.  Healthy habits helped me recover and build a full vibrant life. These habits are the key to help…

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DIY Beltane Celebration

Beltane, an ancient Celtic holiday celebrated on May 1, is halfway between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice. A festival of fertility and new beginnings, Beltane marks the ‘light’ time of year and reminds us to celebrate the growing season of the Earth and an expansion of natural energy that is inevitable at this…

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Ama vs Constitution: An Ayurvedic Perspective

Having trouble determining your constitution and how to find balance in your system? You may be missing the key first step. Join Cate and Grace as they talk about taking out the trash… When Cate asks to see your tongue you know the game is up. “The tongue doesn’t lie.” We may think and appear…

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