Conscious living through the Ayurvedic blueprint
The Prana Parlor is a sacred space for seekers of balance, inspiration, & good vibes. We’re here to document the practice of a simple philosophy: mindful self-care.
We are all capable of crazy happiness, vibrant health, deep love, and achieving big goals! But first, we’ve got to work on self-connection. With a deeper self-awareness, we are able to cultivate a broadened understanding of how we can awaken the liveliness in our hearts and find our own perfect balance.
The Prana Parlor is here to ignite your curiosity to know yourself better and help you find your truth. With the ancient practices of YOGA and AYURVEDA as our foundation, our intention is to educate, inspire, and provide resources that empower you to take care of yourself!
Ayurveda, which translates to “knowledge of life”, is an ancient body of wisdom that works with one’s unique elemental nature to create balance and wholeness. It is a lifestyle practice that can helps us heal ourselves through conscious living. The goal of Ayurveda is to both promote longevity by “adding years to life and life to years”. Although Ayurveda has existed for centuries, it’s tools are still both relevant and accessible today!
Ayurveda teaches us that health and wellbeing can be achieved through balancing ourselves with the rhythms of nature.
Interested in how Ayurveda can support your health and well being? Curious to learn which dosha is most prominent in your constitution? Looking for ways to improve digestion and boost your energy? A personal consultation is the best way to get the framework that will work best for YOU.
Together, we’ll examine your health history and daily routine to uncover your current imbalances and time constraints. Using the tools of Ayurveda (diet, exercise, lifestyle practices, yoga, meditation, herbs, essential oils, etc.), I’ll design for you a customized plan to start you on your journey to balance and self-care.
Yoga is so much more than a workout that can improve balance, strength and flexibility. My teacher says, “Many people come to yoga thinking they will learn how to stand on their head, but they really learn how to stand on their own two feet”.
Here are some cool benefits you’ll see from a regular yoga practice :
Hi, I’m Lindsey — truth seeker, balance tipper, believer in the dig for the authentic self. I delight in the practices of wellness including a good dip in some live music and the occasional ice cream cone.
I am a certified Ayurveda Health Counselor and yoga teacher.