Where Health Meets Happiness

“Health is not mere absence of disease. It is the dynamic expression of life”

 – Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Art of Living Faculty

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Five Amazing Benefits of Ayurveda Panchakarma

Stress is no stranger to the majority of today’s population. Unfortunately, the now all too common stresses of daily life often lead to listlessness, sleep deprivation, memory loss, and a weakened immune system.  These symptoms can reflect an imbalance in our overall health and well-being that often requires more than a quick afternoon trip to …

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The Happiness Program

“It’s life-changing.” Find out what past participants, teachers, and even specialists in the field of mindfulness think about our Happiness Program.  Create Lasting Happiness During our signature Happiness Retreat, you will find out how to access the present moment and tap into your inner power and freedom—not just as a concept, but as a direct …

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Ghee: The Golden Yellow Substance You Need in Your Diet

This golden yellow greasy liquid sitting in a mason jar on your kitchen counter is a nutritional powerhouse for the 30.3 million diabetics living in the US. Not just used widely in alternative treatments for diabetes, ghee is great for your hair, skin, body, and digestion. The lubricating agent—discredited for myths such as it increases …

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Ayurvedic Herb: Triphala

Pancha Karma—or five actions—is a five-part detoxification therapy that is a mainstay in Ayurveda. In an effort to direct toxins (ama) into the gastrointestinal tract for elimination, an individual will experience these five Ayurvedic therapies, along with ingesting certain herbs.   A common herbal formula used is triphala.  As the name suggests, the “tri” in triphala …

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Ayurvedic Recipe: Carrot-Ginger Soup

Depression affects million of people in many ways. Often, words like “debilitating”, “stagnating”, and “paralyzing” are associated with depression. One person’s depression may stem from anger and another person’s anxiety may have spiraled them into depression. Whatever the case may be, diet can help to ameliorate the symptoms of depression. Carrot and ginger combine sweet, …

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