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TT15: Vedic Astrology For Yoga Teachers

This is part of a series on bringing closure to the year and planning your classes for the year ahead. Starting with Episode 12, up to Episode 16.

What is Vedic Astrology? How is it different than western sun sign astrology? How is it related to yoga, and why is it considered a "sister science" of yoga?

Even if you're completely new to Vedic Astrology I'll help you get started with today's...

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Y92: Gentle Yoga to Prevent Disease and Reduce Accumulated Heat From The Summer (Pitta)

Have you ever been burned out, irritable, felt inflammation, heartburn or had rashes on your skin? Or have you ever felt quick to anger, frustration, irritability or annoyance? These are signs of excess heat in the body - what is known in Ayurveda as Pitta Dosha.

Today begins Season 7 of the Quietmind Yoga Podcast and we will address the transition from the summer season into the fall by...

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QY3: Hatha Yoga to Ground and Reduce Excess Heat (Pitta Dosha)

In Ayurveda, the sister science of Yoga, the fire element in the body and mind is called the Pitta Dosha. Pitta means “that which cooks.” Pitta is associated with all metabolic processes: digesting food, ideas, experiences. Regulating heat in the body. Also things like passion, focus, ambition. When this gets excessive you may experience anger, skin issues (anything red on the...

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FB2: Ayurveda Tips to Sooth Summer Stress or... "What happens if you eat way too much ice cream :("

 
 
Welcome to Quietmind Monday!
 
Today's topic is: "Ayurveda Tips to Soothe Summer Stress."
 
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"What happens when you eat WAY TOO MUCH ice cream?" (I did the research so you don't have to......)
 
July is the month we feel the summer heat at it's strongest (in the US). This can easily lead to a Pitta (Fire) imbalance. This shows up as burn...
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