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Got the flu? Start stealing the best get-well-soon tips your mom and Western medicine never told you now.
Summertime brings warm weather, long days, BBQs, bikinis—and often a bloated belly. Dr. John Douillard explains why and what you can do to feel (and look) your best this summer.
Ayurveda is practiced as a lifestyle, which means those eight or more hours you spend on the job count. While you may not control how the office fridge is stocked or whether your schedule allows for midday yoga, you can bring this handful of simple items to work.
The first day of spring is here and it's time to start changing your diet for "nature's new year," says John Douillard, co-leader of Yoga Journal's online course Ayurveda 101.
We sat down with yoga teacher Kat Fowler to talk about how she uses essential oils to deepen her practice — personal expression, inner connection and courage through movement.
Essential oils have been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. Bring these healing therapies home with the DIY blends here.
There’s more to gut health than what we put on our plates. Health coach Robyn Youkilis shares Ayurvedic tips to transform the way you cook, eat, and digest.
Answers to your questions about yoga for stress relief, baking with ghee, and more.
Turn to Ayurvedic self-care practices to regenerate your body and your mind to feel fresh and healthy this Spring.
Spring is the season of renewal. Here, 7 ways you can hit refresh from the inside out with everything from a new sun salute to a healthy detox.
Tongue scraping improves your ability to taste, gets rid of old food debris, and prevents bad odor in the mouth.
Ayurveda has linked oral health to overall immunity for thousands of years.
Ayurveda loves herbal teas, which are warming in the winter and cooling in the summer. Here are a few of my favorites.
Starting the New Year on the right foot is less about big, lofty goals, and more about small, everyday changes.
The neti pot is one of ancient Ayurveda’s greatest gifts to modern-day humans and benefits all three doshas.
As we head into the stressful fall season of early wake-ups, busy days and earlier nightfall, consider adding an oil massage to your morning or evening beauty routine. Here's why.
Read up on the range of health and cosmetic benefits of oil pulling: the age-old Ayurvedic practice. Plus, how to do it.
No time for yourself? No problem. India's ancient system of medicine offers quick morning and evening self-care rituals to help you balance your energy and boost your health.
Extend your yoga practice to the table by applying Ayurvedic principles to keep your body nourished and your mind clear.
Knowing your dosha and prakriti can help you stay balanced and healthy.
Gentle Ayurvedic exfoliation can be a soothing part of your skin-care regimen.