Aires is the first of twelve constellations or Rashis that each and every one of us is born under. The rising sign, called Lagna in Jyotish (Vedic Astrology) is the sign on the eastern horizon at the time of your birth. Vedic astrology is different than Western astrology which doesn’t use a rising sign but puts more emphasis on the Sun sign at birth.
Jyotish or Vedic Astrology has a few differences compared to Western Astrology, such as yogas and nakshatras and oh soooo much more. One of the most important difference between the two forms of Astrolgy is the Lagna or the rising sign. In Vedic astrology, the rising sign plays a very important part of a person’s life. The Lagna describes the basic map of how a person’s life will look. It represents the… Read More
When I first started taking Yoga teacher training back in 2012, I had no idea where or what that road would lead me to or even IF that road would lead me anywhere. I thought I just wanted to teach yoga since I liked it so much! But here I am six years later studying and pouring my heart into a sister science of yoga called Jyotish. And just so you understand, there… Read More
I was lucky enough to attend a course last summer given by Dr. Vasant Lad at the Ayurvedic Institute called the Sister Sciences Course that included Jyotish, Vastu, Hasta, and Yoga. I’m sure you’ve heard of yoga but you may not be familiar with the other sister sciences. All of these topics fall in the Vedic studies and have incredible information that completely drew me in.
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As we are nearing the end of VATA season, you may be experiencing bouts of airiness, including lack of focus, feeling spacey or maybe like your attention to anything or everything is not really in focus at all.
No, I’m not talking about sexy hot (not that that’s a bad thing) but I’m talking about hot from the heat of summer. It’s pitta time of year and the days are hot and long and I for one, can’t wait until the sun goes down to get some cool air circulating around me! For those of you with Vata as your main dosha (you’ll love, love, LOVE the heat) you’re probably… Read More
Pranayama, or breath work, is an incredible way to move energy through the body to attain different benefits to the body and mind. Check out the YouTube I created today in the Lake Tahoe National Forest explaining the benefits of Nadi Shodana and how to do it as well.
In my last post I wrote about Ahara as the first step in creating great health. Ahara is defined as all that we take in including food, water, air and perceptions.
I recently worked with a person named Ruth (the name has been changed to protect the innocent) who needed help with insomnia. I went over her health history and listened to her talk about what issues she was dealing with.