What is the Kapha season? According to Ayurveda, the latter half of winter and spring are considered the Kapha season. It’s not the calendar year which defines the Kapha season, but the qualities of the atmosphere. Kapha season qualities include
We’re thrilled to offer extended wellness hours in 2019! Our Wellness Center is now open one hour earlier and two hours later Monday-Friday, from 9am until 7pm. We hope this makes it easier for you to come visit us! Ayurvedic
Kerala Ayurveda is pleased to support this special event hosted by Bay Area – Youth for Seva, a children’s group dedicated to enriching the lives of underprivileged children in rural India. Families and children are welcome to this awareness-building program.
Khichadi recipes in springtime focus on bitter and astringent vegetables, which are perfect for breaking up excess Kapha. In the fall, nature provides a bounty of foods which keep us balanced in the Pitta and Vata seasons, including the squash
Discover the ancient and holistic art of cleansing and detoxification by aligning with nature In this free webinar, we’ll cover: What is the holistic philosophy of fall seasonal rejuvenation? Benefits of a personalized Ayurvedic fall rejuvenation Everything you need to
During the summer or Pitta season, Agni (digestive fire) is lower and lighter, easily-digested fare is optimal. Quinoa is nutrient-rich and more easily digested than brown and wild rice, making it an excellent backdrop for this summertime dish full of