Featured speaker on How to Grow Your Inner Nurturer.
Presented a talk on the 7 Ways to Balance Your Chakras through Diet. Taught about how each of the chakras corresponds to the safety & security, emotions, thoughts, love, words, intuition, and spirituality.
Presented a live webinar with Q&A on Ayurveda, lifestyle, and wellness for Trinity University in the US.
Conducted a cyclic meditation workshop for the Museum of Happiness which was founded in London in 2015.
A month-long program on nutrition, meditation, yoga, culture and wellness that taught how to eat, move, and think healthy.
Taught about the three doshas (mind-body constitutions), which foods to eat more of and which to avoid in order to maintain balance in our mind-body, and what we can do to naturally heal ourselves using food.
Taught about Tonglen, meaning “giving and receiving” in Tibetan, and how we can awaken our ability to give and receive by recognizing that we are conduits of all that the Universe offers.
Taught that we can learn to adapt to others who are different from us by developing self-awareness and mindfulness, seeking information, listening and asking questions, tolerating ambiguity, becoming other-oriented, becoming socially de-centered, developing empathy and learning about cultural value patterns.
Taught that can reach optimal health through diet when we eat the rainbow diet, choose high vibration foods, eat lean protein, and healthy fats like MCT (medium-chain triglycerides) oil, which quickly converts energy into energy to fuel the body and brain, allows for less consumption of carbohydrates, and reduces body fat.
Taught about the interplay of many factors like genes, nutrition, diet, physical movement, stress, sleep, relationships, emotional health, spiritual practice, mindset, community, and life purpose. All while taking into account each person’s unique mind-body-spirit composition as per Ayurveda.