NOURISHING BODY AND MIND THROUGH SEASONAL RECIPES, RITUALS AND YOGA.
Nourishment comes in many forms—the foods we eat, how we breathe and move our bodies, how we tune in to nature’s cycles to honor them in our daily routines.
Living Ayurveda weaves together the wisdom of Ayurveda and yoga to provide a season-by-season guide for living a vibrantly rich and intentional life. Part cookbook, part lifestyle manual, it includes simple vegetarian recipes, yoga, seasonal rituals, and self-care practices to cultivate your inner wisdom and align your body, mind, and spirit.
"Living Ayurveda elegantly weaves together food, breath, and movement through the seasons, bringing to life the timeless, relevant, and accessible wisdom of Ayurveda. From your yoga mat to your kitchen, from big choices to the smallest moments of transition, Claire’s seasonal practices explore the relationship of body and mind to nature’s vital influences. Each page of this artfully designed book will leave you feeling attuned to your inner wisdom and your most sustainable wellness." — Elena Brower, yoga teacher and bestselling author of Practice You and Art of Attention
"I’ll admit, I was a bit intimidated and skeptical of Ayurveda before meeting Claire. But her modern approach, practical wisdom, and unwavering passion made me a believer. This book is the ultimate guide to understanding and applying this powerful ancient medicine to the world we live in today." — Jessica Murnane, author of One Part Plant and host of One Part Podcast
Claire Ragozzino is a certified yoga instructor and Ayurvedic practitioner with a background in holistic nutrition and natural cooking. Her work is dedicated to bringing yoga, Ayurveda and nutrition to a modern lifestyle. She is the author of the popular blog, Vidya Living, and also writes and photographs for online and print publications surrounding topics of food, culture and our relationship to nature. Claire works with clients around the globe and leads immersive workshops and retreats.
Author: Claire Ragozzino
Editors: Roost Books
Format: 20 × 3 x 26cm
Features: 320 pages, Hardcover.