The Art of Work-Life Balance is a dynamic three-part online program that will invite you to connect more deeply with yourself and others through Ayurvedic practices of stress relief, radical self care and refined routine. This program takes about six weeks to complete and includes three full courses:
Aligned Energy to Pursue Your Passion,
Communication and Appreciate to Cultivate Connection, and
Holistic Stress Relief to Make a Deeper Impact.
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Recently, I went to see a new dentist. Asked if I have any complaints, I mentioned my chronic jaw clenching and night-time teeth-grinding. I did not expect any significant response. I dismiss this issue as a symptom of the inherited stress I carry and perpetually create for myself despite my best efforts otherwise. Much to my surprise, this perfunctory complaint sparked an expansive conversation about how habitual mouth-breathing and improper oral posture are involved in basi
Having spent 2020 scattered to wind in Europe, I am feeling more Vata deranged than ever before. That being the case, one of the first things I did upon returning to the States was to book a week-long panchakarma program with my trusted friends and colleagues at Soma Mountain Rejuvenation. Panchakarma (PK) is a Sanskrit portmanteau of the words pancha meaning five and karma meaning action. So — PK is a process involving five primary actions of cleansing and rejuvenation. It r
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