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Here's were you'll find our Podcast episodes plus videos and articles for Daily Rhythm.

Why you shouldn't be meditating...yet!

Leading on from their last episode about Prakruti, your two hosts chat about Yoga and its place your life. As the series about Movement comes to a close, Rama and Lesley discuss meditation, being your own priority and the stillness in which inner strength can be found.

Have you been told to meditate before? Rama asks you to reconsider if you're in the right place for it, before diving in. And then provides some...

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How to get mental clarity, and motivate yourself. Conversations with..Claudia Graham

Grab a glass of lemon water, and get into a comfy position. This week's Tiny House Ayurveda podcast episode is continuing the conversation about Movement. Lesley speaks with Claudia Graham, personal trainer and health professional, about how to elevate the work space you're in, and achieving what you want or need to.

Check out Claudia's website: www.pixiehands.com

Claudia...

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What are you designed for?

The Radical Ayurveda Podcast · How to really return to Prakruti #071

What are you designed for? This week, Rama and Lesley discuss Prakruti and its modern day application. Avoiding using the Doshic language that we see everywhere, Rama and Lesley dissect why stereotyping body types based on traits is unhelpful in terms of treating chronic illnesses.

Instead Rama provides a realistic, and applicable approach to your natural body type, so that you can live the life you're meant to. How...

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How does Myofascial Release work?

This week I chat with my Myofascial Release Therapy teacher Chris O'Brien (same surname is a coincidence) about his body of work called Core Body Therapy.


Chris talks about the importance of the neutral practitioner and seeking permission from the client before beginning body work. After sinking into a muscle or trigger spot, we wait for it to melt and follow the line of tension. Once relaxed and open, layers of physical, emotional or mental conflict rise to the surface.  It's in this...

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How to move through the day feeling balanced and ready

Ayurveda prescribes incorporating new health habits gradually, so they become familiar and sustainable.

One of the best ways to approach the day you want is to plan it and show up to do it without thinking your way out of it! Planning makes switching between activities and incorporating play and rest so much easier.

You're designed to expand, to stress, to transform into a happier healthier version of you. What's missing from your 5 pillars of health? What's missing from the 4 types of...

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How a Tiny House gives financial freedom

This week I chat with Amy and Greg from Life Done Simple about how stress free their life is in their Aussie Tiny Houses home on wheels and how it's giving them financial freedom. If you're interested in simplifying your life, this episode is for you.


Amy and Greg talk about what it's really like living in a Tiny House - we cover looking after the vegetable garden, emptying the compost toilet and staying warm in cold weather.

What you'll get from tuning in

  • Greg and Amy's intimate experience...
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Debunking some common Ayurvedic beliefs

Rama and Lesley both gave some common Ayurvedic beliefs a rethink early in their careers and reckon every good scientist sets out to critique the study. It's how we really get to know the body of work, to understand it and make it ours. Rama used the science of plant Chemistry to spark his insights into Ayurveda and develop his body typing method using the 5 elements.

This episode is an Ayurveda 101 discovery on how to use Prakruti (body type, constitution), Vikruti...

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Healing the Creative Spirit with Beauty Therapy - Conversations With Helen, Varnish Studio Noosa

Over the last couple of months we've been talking about the Ayurvedic pillar of health called Nidra, rest. This conversation with Helen Bruce, artist and Ayurvedic therapist, will guide you as we shift into talking about movement and exercise in the next couple of episodes.


Setting the scene by designing the space and time to get into the creative zone allows healing and deep rest. Poised here our busy monkey minds are distracted by meditative focus, an artist painting, a therapist...

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How to have an Ayurvedic weekend and healthy holiday.

This week we continue the conversation around Nidra, rest. We know a break or nap from working or studying makes us feel relaxed. Have you ever considered the role of weekends or holidays in your life?


You can become sustainably well by nurturing the foundations of health - like pausing a while and taking a break to breathe and refresh yourself.


Tune in learn how to feel deeply rested, improve your relationships including the ones with yourself and alcohol PLUS when to get ready for...

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Do creative people plan?

Preparing your work helps you be relaxed doing it. Notice your need for rest and create time for relaxation. These are ways Tams poises herself in work-life balance as an artist.


Planning helps your purpose express itself. It encourages you to get curious about where your time and energy go. And that supports your growth and feeling free.

What you'll get from tuning in

  • Planning as a creative
  • Rest and Relaxation as a balancing force for creative work
  • Never fear failure
  • Skill and time are...
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