Rediscovering Self with Amrutam is a podcast by Amrutam, an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Brand & Wellness Community. Season 2 of this podcast will focus on the 5,000 year old science of Ayurveda. From lifestyle disorders to issues of binge-eating and self-image, we unpack each of these thoughts with different doctors and experts who share their advice and insights integrating Ayurveda in our modern lifestyles. This podcast is hosted by Shweta Dalmia, founder and CEO of Climapreneur where she shares stories and learnings of entrepreneurs driving Climate Change. Come tune in and learn how we can lead healthier and happier lives with Ayurveda! The last two years were a reminder that our health truly is our wealth. While we have all become more mindful in our lifestyles, some of us just fall prey to sickness and ailments a little too often. In this episode, host Shweta speaks to Sarah Kucera, an Ayurveda practitioner and chiropractor based out of Kansas City, USA in an attempt to discern what it is that makes some people more prone to falling sick. Along with running Sage Healing Arts, a center for Ayurveda, Chiropractic, Massage, and Holistic Care, Sarah is also the author of the book titled The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook. You can follow Amrutam and Sarah on Instagram at @amrutamofficial and @sarah_kucera.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rediscoveringself/message
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Ep. 35: Ayurvedic Medicine with Sarah Kucera, Ayurvedic Practitioner.
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#Ayurvedicpractitioner #selfcare #podcast "For every illness, there is a story." -Sarah KuceraSarah Kucera is a licensed chiropractor, certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, registered yoga instructor and yoga therapist, entrepreneur, she is the founder of Sage, a healing arts center located in Kansas City, Missouri. At Sage, Sarah was able to combine her chiropractic background with the healing methods of herbal therapies, yoga, and Ayurvedic medicine to help improve the health and well-being of others! After practicing Ayurvedic for over a decade now, she felt something was missing to help others fully experience the holistic rituals of Ayurvedic, so she wrote the book, The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook: Holistic Healing Rituals for Every Day and Season. Sarah's book is an excellent template to help you improve your health by incorporating the healing rituals of Ayurvedic medicine. In this episode, we learn more about Ayurvedic medicine and some of the healing rituals, practices, and practices, such as tongue cleaning and dry brushing. Sarah explains what Doshas are and how identifying yours can impact your health, sleep, digestion, and more. How we know when its time for a change, what we can do, and how we can incorporate Ayurvedic practices into our hectic lives, & more! Click here to learn more about Sarah. Follow Sarah on Instagram.LISTEN/SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST:All Episodes: The 5-Minute NP PodcastCONNECT WITH ME!👩⚕️Website: https://the5minutenp.com/👩⚕️Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The5MinuteNP👩⚕️Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_the5minutenp_/👩⚕️Twitter: https://twitter.com/MinuteNp👩⚕️Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberly-ottensmeyer-3bb6991a9/New to me, The 5-Minute NP?Hello! I'm Kimberly, and I am a family nurse practitioner (FNP)! In my last year of FNP school, I was in the worse shape of my life mentally and physically! My joints ached all over, and I had severe back pain that made it difficult to get through my clinical rotations! I had three spinal injections that were of little help! I was stressed out, sleep deprived, depressed, and my body was full of inflammation! Once I completed school, passed my boards, I realized I had to try to get my health back! I changed to a plant-based diet, starting walking, completed a 100-mile, 10- day challenge, started sleeping, changed my mindset, and through it all, I found my purpose (other than being a mom to four beautiful children)! Everything I was learning about health, wellness, mindset, & longevity, I wanted to share with everyone else, so I started The 5-Minute NP. I realized small, incremental health changes were actually life changing!Welcome to The 5-Minute NP Podcast!I am glad you are here!Kimberly ✨👩⚕️
A licensed chiropractic doctor, certified Ayurvedic practitioner, registered yoga teacher and yoga therapist, author, and an entrepreneur, Sarah Kucera has a brilliantly unique perspective on how we experience life's imbalances in both body and mind.As a doctor, teacher, mover and health sleuth, Sarah is based in Kansas City, Missouri, and heads up the Sage Center for Yoga and Healing Arts where all of these modalities merge together.In this conversation we discuss the value in the simplest of practices, ritual and self care, vastu - the Ayurvedic feng shui, living in rhythm, Sarah's experiment with consistency, creating your container, the experience of eating, and more.Sarah's book is titled "The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook".You can connect with Sarah via her website and on Instagram - @sarah_kucera
Sarah Kucera,DC, CAP, has been championing healthy practices professionally for over a decade, and personally for her whole life. A licensed chiropractor, certified Ayurvedic practitioner, registered yoga teacher and yoga therapist, and entrepreneur, she is the founder of Sage, a healing arts center and herbal apothecary in Kansas City, Missouri, where she combines these methods to help others find well-being. The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook is an authoritative guide to ancient healing that offers more than 100 daily and seasonal Ayurvedic rituals—each taking 10 minutes or less—to reconnect you with nature’s rhythms, and to unlock better health, as you: Boost and stabilize your energy with yogic breathing Overcome transitions with grounding meditations Undo physical and emotional stress with personalized yoga postures Prevent and treat disease with nourishing tonics and teas Pause and reflect with daily and weekly journaling prompts. To learn more about Dr. Kucera, visit sarahkucera.com. To learn more about her yoga and healing space, visit experiencesage.com. For more information about Radiate Wellness, our practitioners, services, classes, and events, visit us at radiatewellnesscommunity.com, “Like” us on Facebook as Radiate Wellness, LLC; and follow us on Twitter @RadiateKC.
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Show Notes Dr. Sarah Kucera is the founder of Sage Center for Yoga & Healing Arts, a wellness sanctuary in the heart of the Crossroads District in downtown Kansas City. She is a licensed chiropractor, registered yoga teacher, and certified Ayurvedic practitioner. In addition to being an entrepreneur and healthcare provider, she is a writer—contributing to print and online publications and author of the book The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook: Holistic Healing Rituals for Every Day and Season. Like what you hear? Subscribe! If you’ve found any value or helpful information in the Chiro Business Mojo Podcast then we’d love to hear about it! Please head over to iTunes and subscribe. While you’re at it, leave us a rating (5 stars would be great) and a review so others can find us! If you have any questions or comments about this show or its contents, please post them in the comments area below and we’ll be happy to answer them!
The self is the guru. If we stop and pause more often throughout the day, we will easily learn more about ourselves. Today on Small Changes Big Shifts, Yoga Teacher at the Sage Center for Yoga & Healing Arts, Chiropractor, and Ayurvedic Practioner as well as Author of brand new book, The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook, Dr. Sarah Kucera, is sharing how being brought up to have an appreciation for nature set her on a path to explore natural self-care and wellness. As she dives into her wellness journey story, Dr. Sarah explains what drew her towards Ayurvedic medicine, what exactly Ayurveda is, and how natural healing goes beyond the exoskeleton system. Together, we will learn how practicing Ayurveda allows us to stay connected with nature in our external environment as well as our true inner selves through the five elements of Ether, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth. By the end of this episode, you will have the knowledge of how you can reconnect with yourself today through these small, daily changes: Observe and question your daily rituals to learn about yourself and be less critical. Be consistent with your small changes over long, slow periods of time. Pay attention to daily physical transitions from one place to the next and how you can allow your mindset to shift and be more present. Take time for yourself to be more aware of what your mind and body need. Keep learning and evolving your critical thinking skills. Make the effort to connect with people in real life. How you treat yourself is how you’re embodying the world to treat you.
Do you have a fire burning within? Well, most likely you are a Pitta according to Ayurveda healers. Not sure what that means? Listen to find out! Today’s guest, Sarah Kucera, DC, CAP, has been championing healthy practices professionally for over a decade, and personally for her whole life. A licensed chiropractor, certified Ayurvedic practitioner, registered yoga teacher and yoga therapist, and entrepreneur, she is the founder of Sage, a healing arts center and herbal apothecary in Kansas City, Missouri, where she combines these methods to help others find well-being. In this episode, Sarah and I talk deeply about holistic health + healing. Ayurveda is a traditional Hindu system of medicine and one of the world’s oldest holistic healing systems. Sarah realizes the people who are the healthiest may not necessarily be eating right + exercising all the time; the healthiest people are ones with a consistent lifestyle. Plus, we learn how to bring more meaning into our lives each day through rituals based on our dosha and Sarah explains how nature is continuously intertwining with our menstrual cycles. In This Episode You’ll Learn: All about today’s guest, Sarah Kucera [ 4:20 ] What is Ayurveda? [ 6:30 ] Sarah’s book, The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook [ 11:40 ] Pitta rituals [ 16:00 ] How to determine our dosha [ 25:35 ] That for every illness, there is a story [ 35:00 ] How to move through our chronic ailments [ 40:00 ] Menstrual cycles are transitional phases [ 43:20 ] How to begin understanding Ayurveda [ 48:50 ] Why Sarah wrote her book for herself [ 50:30 ] Sarah’s dosha [ 54:50 ] Soul Shifting Quotes: “We need to emphasize this idea of having a schedule for our lives.” “Pittas love education; they want more! They have a hard time sitting still because it means they are not productive.” “Look for your imbalance and consider that. How you feel in the now is the most important.” “We are used to having illnesses be examined from a reductionist perspective.” “When we look at food, we are looking at the digestive effects of the body.” “I love coffee shops and bookstores because they provide solitude + inspiration.” Links Mentioned: Learn my 7 Secrets to Uplevel Your Brand & Land Your Dream Clients The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook: Holistic Healing Rituals for Every Day and Season Light on Life: The Yoga Journey to Wholeness, Inner Peace, and Ultimate Freedom The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are Learn more about Sarah on her website: www.sarahkucera.com and be sure to follow her on Instagram: @sarah_kucera Tag me in your big shifts + takeaways: @amberlilyestrom Did you hear something you loved here today?! Leave a Review + Subscribe via iTunes Listen on Spotify
Sarah Kucera is a licensed chiropractor, Ayurvedic practitioner, yoga teacher, and author. Originally from Iowa, she founded Sage, a healing arts center and apothecary in Kansas City, Missouri that offers yoga classes, chiropractic care, and Ayurvedic consultations and therapies. Her book, The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook, will be released in April 2019. In today’s episode, Sarah shares the TOP limiting belief she’s faced in her business-my business needs to look or be like everyone else's to be successful. We discuss how she built her business doing it the way she wanted to “uncomfortably”. Join us in this conversation because you are not alone and it is okay to feel like “this” and seek help! In this Episode: There’s no right or wrong way to do “the thing” Sometimes we make things harder for ourselves because of the mold we think we have to fit into If it doesn’t work, try something else Words of Wisdom: -- “The beauty of owning your own business is that you are able to make it what YOU want” -- “Just make things easy for yourself” Connect with Sarah! Facebook Instagram Website Connect with Kate! InstagramFacebook Twitter The Confident Ladies Club