In my studio at Aham Yoga, I have students who have some knowledge of Ayurveda and I would often get so many questions about what the role of food is. How should we really eat? How frequently should we eat and in what quantity? This is honestly a topic that I am no expert with and so I decided to invite back a past guest who is the real expert in Ayurveda, Nidhi Pandya.
Nidhi has been on the show once where she and I talked about the link between yoga and Ayurveda. She has generational Ayurvedic wisdom from her grandfather who was an Ayurvedic healer in India. She has been immersed in Ayurveda since birth and has classical Ayurveda training from the scriptures. Her strength lies in her ability to understand ancient scriptures and make them applicable to the modern world, which is why I really enjoy what Nidhi does.
Join us as we explore the role of food in our lives, the various effects different foods bring to us, and some practical tips for modern-day yoga practitioners who want to live a more holistic lifestyle.
If you have ever been curious about what eating like a yogi means and what is yoga's relationship with food, then make sure you listen to this episode.
Nidhi is an Ayurvedic practitioner and carries generational Ayurvedic wisdom from her grandfather, an Ayurvedic healer from India. Besides being immersed in Ayurveda since birth, Nidhi has classical Ayurveda training from the scriptures. A TEDx speaker, teacher, writer, and practitioner, Nidhi wears many hats. You will see her work featured in publications like The Chopra Center, Shakti School, Mindbodygreen, One Commune, Google, Inde Wild, and Ranavat among other publications such as the Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Times of India, etc. Nidhi is the creator of The Inner ClimateTM, a revolutionary approach to wellness, and is currently working on two books and lives in NYC.