Ayurvedic medicine, the sister science of yoga, has helped us understand that we’re not all the same person. Different foods will not act the same in each one of us since we are not all the same. One implication of this is when you read a scientific study about any food, please understand that it only applies to the people in that study, not to each one of us. – Tweet this [Read more…] about Ayurvedic Body Types and Coffee
You’ve got to focus on healing your skin from the inside out.
To do so, you need to look deeper than the symptoms and flares. There are root causes that lie underneath your skin rashes and perpetuate the vicious cycle. [Read more…] about They don’t want you to have clear skin to look better
Most women that are sexually active and engage in oral sex experience that niggling anxiety about their smell and taste at some point. Let’s face it, ladies, it’s true. When I first wrote this article, I got feedback from several male patients and friends that this is often true for men too. [Read more…] about Foods That Change Your Smell (and Taste) Down There.
Do you ever find yourself struggling with depression, or anxiety, or in a need to control everything around you? I’m Dr. Keesha Ewers, and this is something that I help a lot of patients through- helping to navigate the emotional soup of their lives.
I can help you to navigate the emotional soup of your life. – Tweet this!
Remember that emotions are a wide spectrum. We have everything from the darkest and gloomiest of moods to the lightest and brightest, and we can’t stay in one forever. Emotions are much like waves that come up from the ocean onto the beach. They’ll come in, and then they’ll recede again. [Read more…] about Navigating Uncomfortable Emotions.
Abhyanga, or Self-Massage with oil is an ancient Ayurvedic practice. It is believed that the effects of Abhyanga are similar to those received when one is saturated with love.
Daily Abyanga restores the balance of the doshas and enhances well-being and longevity. – Tweet this!
Ayurveda is the 5,000-year- old sister science of yoga. Translated literally, the word Ayurveda means “science of life.” Thousands of years ago, the ancient sages, or rishis, of India knew we were not all the same person. In fact, they created an exquisite framework for determining our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual uniqueness. These constitutional types, or doshas, are known as vata, pitta and kapha. We are all born with our own unique mix of these three doshas. When they are out of balance, it will show up on your skin, in your body, and through the amount of energy you have. [Read more…] about The Ancient Science of Ayurvedic Face Mapping