• Ayurveda,  Business,  Herbs & Plants,  Peaceful Power Podcast,  Yoga

    233: Lyndsay Paige on Ayurvedic Purpose

    Lyndsay Bio Lyndsay’s wellness journey started in college during her health behavior change class.  She was always intrigued with the different reasons “why” people chose to change their behaviors (or not).  Fast forward 20 years later, Lyndsay is using her combined experience in health and nutrition, yoga and Ayurveda to ask her students and clients “how do you want to…

  • Ayurveda,  Herbs & Plants,  Nutrition

    Ayurvedic Approach to Fall Nutrition

    The fall in Ayurveda can be a brisk, windy, & have variable temperatures. It is associated with the vata dosha which is related to the wind, cold, and variable, scattered thoughts & emotions. With the change in weather comes changes in routines. We are in the middle of that Fall season right now. Let’s break down why these are not…

  • Business,  Fitness,  Herbs & Plants,  Mindset,  Peaceful Power Podcast

    217: Briana Borten- How To Disagree Without Division

    Briana Background  Briana Borten is a serial entrepreneur in holistic wellness, committed to helping people find inner peace and clarity. She’s a business owner, best-selling author, energy healer and teacher, loving wife, mom of two daughters, and small scale homesteader. Briana is a thought leader in a new category of spirituality, one that focuses on how our connections to our…

  • Ayurveda,  Herbs & Plants,  Mindset,  Peaceful Power Podcast

    180: Daily Ayurvedic Habits

    Welcome to the Peaceful Power Podcast and today I’m breaking down a few daily Ayurvedic habits you can implement today.   What is Ayurveda? It literally translates to wisdom of life. It is a 5000 year old eastern medicine practice that originated in India. It has become more and more popular in the west as we seek other ways to…

  • Herbs & Plants,  Moon

    Winter Solstice 2018

    I started celebrating winter solstice last year with just me and my son. I wanted to really connect with the winter season and start a new tradition in our family. I made homemade chicken pot pie, braided cranberry bread and stated what we were thankful for the past year and went to bed early. Not only did my son and…

  • Ayurveda,  Herbs & Plants,  Nutrition

    How to Make Fire Cider

    It’s that time of the year where colds, stomach bugs, and just plain sickness lurks now until the colder months are complete. One of the things that have become a staple for me in my kitchen during the winter months is fire cider. I have been making fire cider not only for myself but gift it to others for winter…