How your dosha affects your menstrual cycle in ayurvedic wisdom

Jyoti Chadda is my cycle coach sister, its an honour and exciting to introduce you to her and her cycle work rooted in the traditions of Ayurveda and Yoga.
Jyoti explains that Ayurveda translates to “knowledge of life” and she describes it as a very holistic science, the sister science of yoga, and a philosophy wherein the physical and energetic bodies are understood as a whole rather than individual and separate parts.

What You’ll Learn

  • Jyoti’s journey from school teacher to cycle coach and biz owner,
  • An overview of the three doshas which I think of now as being energetic archetypes and how they are expressed within us and within the three phases of the Ayurvedic menstrual cycle.
  • What we might experience if one of these doshas is out of balance in us and in our cycle and tips for coming back to balance.
  • Her new podcast which is coming in April: Decolonising Wellness, which is a must listen!!
  • How we can come back to coherence with family, earth and cosmos to bring harmony to our inner world and health.
  • How perimenopause triggered her own inner healing journey, and how she supports herself to connect with and release her emotions to have a more conscious menopause process.

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If you love this kind of content, you’re also invited to come and join my brand new free community – the Wild Flow Circle. It’s a sacred space for women on the same path of cycle awareness to gather, share ideas, collaborate, and surround yourself with other inspiring women living, loving and leading in flow with their cyclical nature. Come join us here

About Jyoti

Jyoti is the founder of My Wellness Company @mywellnesscompany, a yoga & meditation teacher, menstrual cycle coach and holistic wellness practitioner. She is on a mission to make wellbeing accessible to everybody as they reconnect to themselves – after all this is our birthright! Jyoti does this using a range of holistic wellness modalities including yoga, menstrual cycle awareness, Ayurveda and more.

Connect with Jyoti

  • Learn more about Jyoti’s offerings and get your free wellness tools at www.mywellnesscompany.co.uk and follow her on Instagram: www.instagram.com/mywellnesscompany.
  • The books Jyoti referenced are Ṛtu Viḍyā: Ancient Science Behind Menstrual Practices by Sinu Joseph and Maisie Hill’s book Period Power. Jyoti and I referenced Claire Baker as one of our teachers, and its her Cycle Coach training that we are both Mentors on together this year.

 

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