Leslie Genchi is a clinical herbalist based out of Orange County, California. We chat about wild plants as nourishing herbs, juicing as a powerful depletion therapy, the Ayurveda way to use fresh juices, astro herbalism and more. She has a powerful relationship with the plant world that is absolutely contagious.
Meet Hilary. She’s been practicing Ayurveda for 20+ years and lives a simple farm life on the island of Vancouver Island, Canada. We chat about her No Spend year, how she meal plans with the weather in mind, reducing food waste and modifying Ayurveda for everyday life. She is truly a simple living inspiration.
Kira is a maternal wellness coach that helps women drop the guilt and worry of motherhood and step into flow and ease. We chat about postpartum health, hormonal balance, depletion, fertility & miscarriage as well as the sacred pause and conscious parenting.
This one is a little bit personal. I share some doubts I’ve had about Ayurveda and why I’m over them as well as some of my own mistakes along the path of wellness. I also talk about why some Ayurveda is better than none and how I’m over trying to get Ayurveda “right.” I hope you’ll join in this journey of imperfect Ayurveda.
Mira is a Montessori-trained homeschooling mama who practices Ayurveda while currently living in an RV. She shares why she’s so passionate about Montessori style education and how she finds balance as a mama while living in a tiny space.
Although I wholeheartedly believe in the healing power of Ayurveda, I still choose to stay in the Western medical system.
In this episode I explain the difference between Ayurveda and Western medicine, why I continue to see my doctors regularly and how I use Ayurvedic philosophy to lessen any damage from my recommended yearly colonoscopy. (Hint: anestesia elevates vata.)
My hope is for you to think about how you can integrate Ayurveda into your medical care in a way that is nourishing and healing.