Jan 21, 2019
I love these juicy conversations with author, lecturer, and yoga instructor, Kate O’Donnell. Today, we jump right into how our awareness expands and changes as we dive deeper into the studies of yoga and Ayurveda, and how we can expect ourselves and our physiology to change and evolve on our growth paths. There is a greater sensitivity that we begin to notice in our bodies as we move into a deeper attunement with nature and the universe. We intuitively begin to move away from over processed foods, scary movies, loud music, late nights, and over indulging in the things we used to find pleasurable. We learn what it feels like to be truly healthy at a deep, cellular level and what it means to be seated in the self. We learn that some resistance to new routines can be a good thing and that the clear, peaceful, grounding of energy of sattva is much more nourishing than the fast-paced and stimulating energy of rajas. Join us today in this fascinating podcast to learn about your growth path and where your yogic path is taking you.
O’Donnell is an author, lecturer, and senior yoga teacher.
She wrote two popular cookbooks, The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook
and Everyday Ayurvedic Cooking for a Calm, Clear
Mind. A nationally
recognized Ayurvedic Practitioner and Ashtanga yoga teacher, Kate
is a founding member of the Boston Ayurveda School and adjunct
faculty for Kripalu School of Ayurveda. She continues her travels
to India annually for study and teaches internationally.
Connect with Kate on her website and facebook page.