Ayurveda,  Peaceful Power Podcast,  Yoga

129: Nicole Herbert on Ayurvedic Digestion


Welcome to the Peaceful Power Podcast and today we are chatting Ayurveda with Nicole Herbert.


Nicole is another member of the Roots of Wellness Ayurveda and the closing interview for the Ayurveda month on the podcast. Nicole has an extensive background of healing herself and others utilizing the knowledge of Ayurveda. She has such an inspirational story and practical tools & tips that you can incorporate into your life today.

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Background on Nicole

Nicole Herbert AD LMT joined Roots of Wellness Ayurveda in April 2017. Raised in Michigan, Nicole has been a Colorado resident since 1994, a mother since 2007, and has pursued her studies in Ayurveda since 2013, recognized by NAMA as an Ayurvedic Doctor in May 2017.
A lifelong interest in natural wellness led Nicole to massage therapy in 1999, when she graduated from the Healing Spirits Massage School in Boulder. She deepened her commitment to health and beauty in 2002 when she became a licensed cosmetologist for hair, skin and nails through Antoine Du Chez, and she has enjoyed beautifying and nurturing her clients ever since. Her talents in the field of hair led her to be asked by Proctor and Gamble to fill the position of Lead Technical Trainer for Wella, the largest hair color company in the world at the time, Sebastian and Nioxin.
In 2013, a variety of health issues left Nicole’s medical doctors baffled which led her to leave her corporate job to pursue personal healing and a new career in Ayurveda. Four years later, Nicole graduated from Alandi Ayurveda Gurukula, healthier and happier than ever before, and ready to support others in your journey to self-healing.
She is the current Pharmacy Director at the Alandi Ayurveda Clinic and an active member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) and the Colorado Ayurvedic Medical Association (COLORAMA). When not caring for clients at Roots of Wellness Ayurveda, Nicole is doting on her daughter Mazzy, gardening or playing outdoors, or traveling the world in pursuit of deeper understanding of other cultures.

Connect with Nicole

Topics Discussed

  • Digestion
  • Ayurvedic Spices
  • Agni & Ama
  • Why getting outside is so important

Nicole’s Weekly Challenge

Try a new Ayurvedic spice this week- cumin, coriander, cayenne pepper, turmeric, fresh ginger, or cardamom.

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