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Feb 21, 2017

The more we deepen our path of yoga the more we discover our dharma and our karma. Often with the help of a guide, a guru or a mentor our journey becomes sparkier, more connected, and opportunities just come about.

Talya’s story is the healer’s journey - from disconnected to deeply aware, intune. She tells the path she walked from her disconnect with food to her celebration of the senses through Ayurvedic cooking. She is a chef, a cookbook writer, yoga teacher and Ayurvedic healer with a deep love of bringing people in love with their food.

I rap with Tayla Lutzker about How to Write a Cookbook

  • How she recovered from psoriasis with Ayurveda
  • Why mentors matter and syncronicities arise
  • Ancestral healing + Ayurveda

What you’ll get out of tuning in:    

  • A trust of your own path, your own dharma and karma
  • A sense of how your words might matter to someone
  • Q+A on Eating Disorders, Kindling Agni + Enhancing Your Digestion



Talya Lutzker is a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, massage therapist, professional chef, author of three Ayurvedic cookbooks and the founder of Talya’s Kitchen, an Ayurvedic and nutrition-centered catering company in Santa Cruz, CA.

She’s been a dedicated yoga practitioner since 1993 and a yoga teacher since 2001. Talya started to study Ayurvedic aromatherapy in 2003 and is super passionate about sharing the benefits of essential oils in her practice.

These days, Talya teaches Ayurvedic self-care to thousands of people through online courses, classes, private consultations, cleanse programs, and her new year-long program “Nourishment School”.

You can find Talya on, YouTube, and Facebook.

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