If you feel uncomfortable after consuming milk or cheese, the true culprit might not be dairy itself, but HOW you're eating dairy, says John Douillard, co-leader of our new Ayurveda 101 course. Here, he offers 5 tips for eating dairy to help you reduce digestive discomfort and improve your health.
Larissa Hall Carlson, co-leader of Yoga Journal's new Ayurveda 101 course, offers 7 Ayurvedic tips to help you lose weight and reset your body after the holidays.
The new year is the perfect time for a fresh start—and meditation can help, says Larissa Hall Carlson, co-leader of Yoga Journal's new course, Ayurveda 101. Here, Carlson shares her favorite New Year's meditation for each dosha.
Did you give up wheat and grains amid the gluten-free craze? You may be cutting out one of your favorite food groups for no reason—and compromising your health while you're at it, says John Douillard.
Not only do scents like peppermint and lavender make your home smell amazing, aromatherapy can help to calm the holiday jitters and much more.
Ayurveda is meant to support health and prevent disease over the course of a lifetime, but there are many small changes you can make right now to see immediate results, says Larissa Carlson.
We're only one month away from the launch of our new course, Ayurveda 101 with Kripalu's Larissa Carlson and John Douillard, and we couldn't be more excited! To introduce this extremely user-friendly, seasonal, and sustainable program, we asked course co-leader Larissa Hall Carlson, former dean of Kripalu's School of Ayurveda, for 6 reasons why you need to take this life-changing course.
Longtime yoga teacher and this month’s cover model Giselle Mari is no stranger to change. While many of us might resist the unknown and cling to the past, she’s accepting change with a refreshing passion and inspiring lightheartedness.
Kat Fowler's lighthearted and inspirational style of teaching encourages personal expression, inner connection and courage through movement.
If you’re feeling congested, this sequence of twists, sidebends, inversions, and heart-opening backbends can help clear your lungs and brighten your mind.