Meet Justine Miller
Ayurvedic Lifestyle Educator & Yoga Teacher
My purpose in this life is to feed my community. Literally, with food, I love to feed my friends, and in sharing the wisdom of Ayurveda and Yoga that changed my life.
I have a deep love for nurturing my community with infusing Ayurveda into my yoga teachings. I studied and trained at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health beginning in 2013 and I consider myself a forever student who is eager to share these teachings with the world as they have supported me deeply in understanding mind, body, and soul connection. The more I learned about my Self through Ayurveda, the more I wanted to take care of my body and well-being.
I also realized that Yoga and Ayurveda are sister-sciences, and truly, one cannot be done without the other. Through my extensive training and background as a 500-hr Ayurvedic yoga teacher and Ayurvedic Health Counselor, my mission is to guide you in living the life you truly desire; to experience an intimate and divine connection with all that life has to offer. I specialize in offering accessible tools and guidance for you to thrive.
Ayurveda helps us to be more in alignment with nature and ourselves so that we can do more things with our time and do our great work in the world. Imagine having the tools to support your digestion, sleep, depression or anxiety through food and lifestyle to complement your support from medical professionals.
It's about tuning into the wisdom we already have as human beings. We are a reflection of nature and these tools have been in existence for thousands of years; I want to share them with you. Thank you for being here and in the inquiry of yoga and Ayurveda. Everything has a rhythm, and it's pretty simple. Explore the Rhythm of Simplicity.
It can help with
Our digestive fire (Agni) is key to digesting not just food but thoughts and experiences. Through stress management and kitchen spices we can support our Agni.
Life can be full, and if you're consistently fatigued there are active rest techniques to try on.
Cleansing is supportive at the turn of Spring and Fall, and anytime life feels stressful.
Ayurveda has more to say about women's health than I've learned in my western education. Stress management and learning more about our cycles are ways to find relief and empowerment.
When we are carrying excess, it can be due to several factors like stress, our relationship with food, and more. I believe in the radical idea to love yourself anyway, and Ayurveda can support you in achieving your goals holistically.
Stress may be the main culprit with fatigue, weight gain, insomnia, painful periods and more. Stress management is one of the three pillars of health in Ayurveda and we can support ourselves through yoga, breathing practices and time-tested Ayurvedic techniques.
"Ayurvedic kick-start is made up of just enough Ayurveda information. Small changes were implemented into my daily routine and so, I wasn’t feeling bombarded or overwhelmed. I feel calm and in control. I am eating warm homemade Ayurvedic meals and implementing daily self care rituals. My self-talk continues to shift and I am becoming a lot kinder to myself."
— Kat, Ayurvedic kick-start client