I found ayurveda after the birth of my second child. My husband deployed 10 days after she was born leaving me with a newborn and almost three year old to raise mostly alone for the next eight months. While I had some help from family and friends, I was running on empty by the time he came home.
According to all western medicine tests, I was fine and just experiencing new mom woes of not enough sleep or time to take care of myself. But I KNEW there had to be something better than the way I was feeling. Enter ayurveda – a term I had heard from yogi friends but didn’t really understand.
As a leap of faith (or last ditch effort depending on point of view) I met with an Ayurvedic health counselor. She guided me to make changes that helped balance my hormones, added energy to my daily routine, and reduced stress from our family life. It made such an impact on our lives that I decided to become certified as an Ayurvedic Wellness Coach so that I can help you make similar shifts in your own family dynamics.
I am a teacher by trade with a specialization in online learning, educational coach, aspiring author, mama of three and parter to one. My passion is coaching adults and I hope to work with you so that you can shift your family life to have more prana.
The Ayurvedic route to great health involves two simple steps:
1. Doing Less; 2. Being more.Shubhra Krishan
Our goal is to help you feel more energetic and less stressed in your family life through holistic practices.
In Ayurveda, ama means undigested or waste. It is the junk left in your body that is preventing your system from operating to its fullest potential. Prana means energy or life force. Our mission is to help you shake up the ama, get rid of it, and guide you to balance your lifestyle to increase your prana. Through our courses and coaching, you can reach your ultimate potential for creating a prana-filled home. Won’t you join us?