Ayurvedic Influencers We Admire
Nidhi is a New York-based third-generation ayurvedic practitioner, global speaker, and ranked as the #2 Ayurveda bloggers as of 2020. She is a faculty at the Shakti School of Ayurveda and writes for Ayurveda and Health Tourism Magazine (India’s number one Ayurveda magazine), conducts events for The Chopra Center, Google, and several other organizations. Nidhi stays active on Instagram sharing daily videos and posts about how to live Ayurveda for day-to-day updates, breaking down complicated concepts and classic Vedic texts into manageable information for others to digest.
For fun, radiance, and positive energy, Radhi is your girl. With an Ayurvedic health counselor certification from the California College of Ayurveda, Radhi infuses her classroom knowledge while creating epic plant-based Ayurvedic recipes and sharing manageable Ayurveda lifestyle tips for healing. For delicious recipes sprinkled with love and positivity, discover Radhi.
Founded by Katie Silcox, The Shakti School is an Ayurvedic school that infuses divine feminine Ayurveda with spiritual tantra, resulting in a very modern and progressive take on Ayurveda. Katie is a best-selling author, internationally recognized teacher, and key player in pushing Ayurveda to the mass. The Shakti school content weaves a divine mix of sacred sexuality and the feminine rising with ancient Ayurveda teachings to help you live a more authentic and empowered life.
A well-known Los Angeles based Ayurvedic practitioner, Julie Bernier empowers men and women to align with nature’s rhythms. She offers simple demonstration videos on how-to practice many popular Ayurvedic remedies, in addition to breaking down common symptoms and how to bring balance to them through diet and lifestyle.
Laura combines Ayurveda and Jyotish for a super galactic combination. Jyotish is Vedic astrology and is aligned with many classic Ayurveda texts as well. From the same ancient time, Ayurveda and Jyotish mix offers a more in-depth understanding of those into spirituality and the corresponding star alignment day-to-day, and how to adapt best for you as an individual. Laura breaks down the planets, transits, and corresponding skies in Vedic astrology with an Ayurveda twist.
Kate O’Donnell is the author of three Ayurvedic Cookbooks, including The Everyday Ayurveda Guide to Self-Care, The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook: A Seasonal Guide to Eating and Living Well and Everyday Ayurvedic Cooking for a Calm, Clear Mind: 100 Sattvic Recipes. She is a nationally certified Ayurvedic Practitioner and the founder of the Ayurvedic Living Institute. An authorized Ashtanga yoga instructor, she teaches yoga in Boston and Portland, Maine, and still travels to India annually for study.
France is an up and coming voice in the social Ayurveda space. With a passion for color, France encourages her followers to live big and live bright. Currently finishing your academic Ayurveda studies, France delivers practical understandings for those looking to learn more about Ayurveda. Live Yoom shares many recipes, common signs and symptoms in Ayurveda, and many conversations with other holistic voices aligned with the roots of Ayurveda.
Dr. Varalakshmi Yanamandra
Dr. Varalakshmi is a UK based ayurvedic practitioner with a focus on gut health and hormonal health. She has a deep understanding of Ayurveda and shares a lot of proper food combining, Ayurveda eating guidelines, optimal digestive herbs, and lifestyle practices to support gut health.
Val is a longtime practitioner with her focus on women’s health, menopause, and hormonal health. She offers an approachable and welcoming atmosphere to women as they transition from one phase of life into another. Val offers holistic content friendly for newcomers and yogis alike.
Kate Kavanaugh, a farmer, entrepreneur, and holistic nutritionist, gets curious about human nature, health, and consciousness as viewed through the lens of nature. She is digging into deep and raw conversations with truly impactful guests that are laying the Ground Work for themselves and many generations to come. She dives into topics around farming, biohacking, regenerative agriculture, spirituality, nutrition, and beyond.
For a particular focus on yoga and Ayurveda, Justine shows up. She offers basic Ayurveda concepts that most interested in Ayurveda can understand and relate to and focus on yoga teachers' particular growth. Her mission is to help yoga teachers take their practice and teachings further through the knowledge of Ayurveda.
Ayurvedic health counselor and food blogger Pooja of Honey, Ghee, and Tea, delivers delicious recipes while guiding her clients through a complete Ayurvedic nutrition and wellness journey. Pooja keeps an engaging audience with her delicious and simple recipe shares.
Monica Yearwood is a Chicago based practitioner who enforces lifestyle as one’s most potent medicine. She focuses on Ayurveda healing practices for mental/emotional health and healing, daily lifestyle practices for detoxification, and immune-supporting therapies. She runs a panchakarma therapy practice, Hamsa Ayurveda, and a growing YouTube channel where she shares accessible Ayurveda knowledge for all.
Ananta Ripa Ajmera
Founder of The Ancient Way, Ananta is determined to offer a delicate balance of modern-day food, lifestyle, and spirituality with centuries old wisdom from yoga and Ayurveda. Ananta is a shaker in the scene and has made the rounds on most news outlets, magazines, and digital blogs, focusing on food as medicine. She offers 1:1 consultations and wellness plans for clients, in addition to being a faculty member at multiple Ayurveda schools.
Angela keeps it simple. She shines a light on basic Ayurvedic lifestyle practices and concepts that any viewer will be able to understand. She weaves yoga, food, and daily meditation into her work in which she shares via 1:1 consults and her podcast, Simple Ayurveda.
Ayurveda and Health Tourism
‘Ayurveda and Health Tourism’ extensively covers the developments in this branch of medical science. The regular features include interviews with eminent practitioners and scholars of Ayurveda, detailed examination and remedies of diseases, patient experience, research news and reports on technological advancements. The magazine has exclusive sections on Yoga, food and beauty care which have become a major attraction with the young generation of readers.
Dr. Cristian and Dr. Danielle
Dr. Cristian and Dr. Danielle have a passion for helping dentists do more of what they love by making small daily shifts that add up to BIG lifetime results. They help you “Nama-Slay” burnout and stiffness and REVIVE that dream you have hidden in your heart.
Lillian is an LA-based Ayurvedic Health Coach, Holistic Health Coach, E-RYT 200, RYT 500hr Yoga and AcroYoga Instructor, and Lagree fitness instructor. Her health journey began at an early age when she was diagnosed with a mysteriously long list of food allergies causing a whole host of health issues. After her diagnosis, she realized food is medicine AND food is poison. It just depends on what we eat. This is where the seed for a career in wellness was planted.
Megan offers a holistic, nurturing and restorative approach to supporting women and families. A yoga teacher, birth doula, Ayurvedic specialist and family health advocate, Megan has been teaching yoga since 2013 and is trained extensively in prenatal and postnatal yoga. She is also a mindfulness educator for children and schools. Certified as an Ayurvedic Postpartum and Birth Doula, Megan offers holistic support from preconception, during pregnancy, labor/birth, the postpartum period and beyond!
Sarah’s personal journey has taken her down many different paths related to health, wellness and self-love. Her whole life she has been fascinated with health & nutrition which ultimately led her to become a Certified Holistic Health Coach. She wanted to create a space where she could help other women struggling with finding their own baseline when it came to health, which is where Baseline Gravity was originally born.