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Apr 30, 2018

On today’s podcast with Alex Biondo, we look at how long it takes to dial in our Ayurvedic habits and why it’s important that we create these lifelong routines for ourselves. Many of us who participate in detoxes, cleanse groups, or my Body Thrive group, know what it is like to experience the light, clear, balanced feelings that come from eating cleanly and taking care of our bodies on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. But what happens when we aren’t a part of a detox or Body Thrive group? What happens when we are living our everyday lives without an accountability partner and without automated habits? This is when we tend to revert back to old tendencies and outed ways of eating, exercising, and living. Listen in to our conversation and learn techniques to stay on track with your Ayurvedic habits that keep you feeling radiant, energized, vibrant, whole, and in the flow of your life.


What you’ll get out of tuning in:

  • How long does it take to dial in long term Ayurvedic habits?
  • Why it is important to take responsibility for your own habits?
  • What is pulling you away from upleveling yourself and your habits?

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Show Highlights:

  • 2:50- Cate tells us about her starting point in terms of diet, nutrition, Ayurveda, and Ayurvedic habits. She has come a very long way on her Ayurvedic journey from where she was then to where she is now!
  • 8:30 - Understanding that partnering in right relationships is key in order to uplevel ourselves and our habits.
  • 14:50- What to do if you don’t have the support or the structure of accountability to help you to uplevel your habits.
  • 21:35- The behavioral science piece of deep desire; why we choose to follow through with some things and not others.


Favorite Quotes:

  • “It’s our habits that are determining our experience.” -Cate Stillman
  • “Energy is naturally more connective in collaborative. We are not meant to do it alone.” -Cate Stillman
  • “The yogic path is this path of taking responsibility, where we increase our ability to respond on subtler and subtler levels.” -Cate Stillman
  • “We’re not designed for giant leaps forward. Our nervous system is designed for incremental change.”  -Cate Stillman