Ayurveda Podcasts to Follow
With Ayurveda on the rise, it’s natural that podcasting has become another medium to introduce the ancient science of Ayurveda to the mass. Imagine being introduced to Ayurveda. You learn about your dosha, the general outline for a balancing lifestyle, but then are left wanting more! For a deeper dive into Ayurvedic concepts, spirituality, yoga, and aligning yourself with nature, these are the top Ayurveda podcasts to help you get there.
The Ghee Spot
Hosted by Katie Silcox, The Ghee Spot is an Ayurveda and spirituality hub for the modern generation. Katie brings on epic guests who have vast knowledge and teachings within Ayurveda and its corresponding yoga science for the body, mind, and spirit. The Ghee Spot weaves in divine sexuality and the rise of the feminine, inspiring women near and far to tune into their bodies for a deep connection to life. Katie combines classic Vedic texts with modern-day lives to help the listener connect and push further their drive towards divine alignment, all while serving up a healthy dose of self-compassion along each journey.
Elements of Ayurveda
Elements of Ayurveda empowers you to take charge of your health and wellbeing! Podcast host Colette shares the teachings of Ayurveda, along with her passion for health and wellness, nutrition, yoga, fitness, meditation, pranayama, and much more. She brings on long-time Ayurvedic practitioners to break down complex concepts in an understandable way.
Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist Sasha Bershadsky explores how Ayurveda, the path toward perfect health, fits into the Western world through an integrated lens of ancient wisdom and modern reality. Sasha is joined by her Co-Host and Producer, Erin Greenhouse.
Dr. John Douillard
Ayurveda + Modern Science
John Douillard infuses the ancient science of Ayurveda with a modern science twist. Ayurveda + Modern Science brings dynamic interviews with leading voices to break down Ayurvedic concepts from a scientific approach. This podcast is for those who may be skeptical about the wisdom of Ayurveda but are open to learning more about the vast connection between the body and nature.