As the seasons change, you may start to notice shifts in your physical, mental or energy body. As yoga teachers, it’s important to bring ourselves back into balance with the tools of yoga and Ayurveda. In this interview, Heidi Nordlund joins Allison to talk about the best ways to stay in balance through the warm summer months.

Heidi Nordlund is a certified Ayurvedic Doctor, Yoga Therapist, Tibetan Cranial Practitioner, Postpartum Specialist and Spiritual Healer who is available for private consultations and healing sessions in person or via phone.

Heidi brings a lot of expertise in this subject and she shares with us the top seven practices to stay healthy and balanced this summer. This episode is full of Heidi’s tips and tricks to stay balanced in the summer, sweat less, decrease acidity in the body, lose the fiery temper and cool down naturally.

Personally, I’ve worked with Heidi before and she is very kind, compassionate and knowledgable. She helped me work through some emotional challenges and bring me back into balance during a difficult time in my life. Claim your discount below! It may change your life for the better! 🧡

Get 25% off a session with Heidi when you contact her and mention this interview!

Key Takeaways:

[00:53]- Introduction to Ayurveda- the elements and dosa’s

[4:34] – How we can become unbalanced in the various seasons

[8:14] – What to NOT eat in the summer months

[9:13] – The “Like Increases Like” principle

[9:50] – What TO eat in the summer months

[15:07] – What tastes should we focus on in the summer months

[25:31] – Mental criticisms to be aware of in the summer months

[26:49] – Oil massage to bring yourself back into balance and nurture your skin. Oil means love in Sanskrit. ❤️

[30:23] – Pranayama practices to cool down in the summer months

[33:19] – Exercise in the summer months

[34:28] – Important herbs for the summer months

[40:40] – The importance of working with an Ayurvedic Doctor like Heidi

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