A New Monthly Program from Omkar!
A complete guide to learning the wisdom of Ayurveda, and applying its lessons daily for a true Ayurvedic lifestyle.
An Ayurvedic Lifestyle Means Long-Term Health and Balance
In previous writings, we’ve learned about the importance of diet for good health— not necessarily the type of diet people tend to associate with “healthy,” but instead the type of diet that works best for you and your body— allowing it to function properly, and in harmony.
We’ve also learned about balance in various aspects of our lifestyle. How much exercise to get, what kind of exercise is best, and even when to exercise for optimal outcomes. Other topics include sleep— how much to sleep, and even when we should go to sleep and when we should wake for best effects on our body and mind. Even what times in the day are best for doing different kinds of tasks.
And all of this is about your Dosha— your mind and body type.
Initial health effects of eating in a way that conflicts with your Dosha may include bloating, indigestion, heartburn, focus, and or sleep issues. How you are eating is a major factor in this— what are your thoughts while you’re eating, what is your setting like? Are you eating when your Agni (digestive fire) is low? When true hunger arises— not appetite— but your body’s actual need for food, we must then make sure we are eating the right foods.
Energy depletion, disruption of bodily systems, and eventual disease can result from over/under-exercising, or over/under sleeping— or doing too much or too little of many different aspects of our lifestyle.
What Ayurveda teaches us is that maintenance of ALL these factors is crucial to preventing disease.
Prevention is the true aim of Ayurveda. The goal is not to have to treat diseases once they arise— but to maintain several daily practices (dinacharya) long-term to avoid disease. As disease looks for “weak” points in the body to inhabit, prevention ensures strong immunity.
Living preventatively is truly living by Ayurveda.
This is why I am bringing a brand new program to Omkar to make it easy to do all of this. For my former clients, and anyone who wishes to live an Ayurvedic lifestyle.
A New Omkar Program
As a subscriber to this newsletter, I have likely worked with you in the past, either as a client or as part of an event. I invite you to explore a brand new program at Omkar because it provides something that many clients ask for… “How can I keep living by Ayurveda after I’m done working with you?”
This monthly membership program allows you to regularly apply the lessons of Ayurveda to your life, and join a community of others doing the same. I intend for this to be an affordable way to keep learning about Ayurveda long-term, with the support of other members and myself.
If you may be interested in joining this, please email me to let me know. I would love to provide you with more information to help you decide if this is right for you. You can also find more information below.
Please also let me know if you would not be interested at this time. This will help me gauge overall interest. Thank you!
Here’s a Snapshot of What the Program Includes…
- Group Discussions About Applying Various Ayurvedic Topics in our Lives
- Seasonal Ayurvedic Cleanses
- Monthly Recipe Guides
- Virtual Learning Events Held by Nina
- One-on-One Check-ins with Nina
- Discounted Massage Services from Omkar
Together, we will work to achieve ‘Pathya.’
This is a Sanskrit word I love, which means ‘staying on the right path for you with diet and exercise.