Sweta Srivastava Vikram

Sweta Srivastava Vikram is an international speaker, best-selling author of 13 books, and Ayurveda and mindset coach who is committed to helping people thrive on their own terms. Sweta is a trained yogi and certified Ayurveda health coach, and lives in New York City with her husband. She also teaches yoga, meditation, and mindfulness to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence as well incarcerated men and women. Find her on: Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

Sweta Vikram

3 Ayurvedic Herbs for the Female Reproductive System

The power of Ayurveda and plant medicine reach beyond immunity and sleep. Shatav…

5 Ayurvedic Ways to Lower Heat in the Body

Ever feel overheated, despite cool weather? Your Pitta dosha may have been aggra…

How and Why to Use Yoga for Menstruation

Yoga, when utilized skillfully, can be exceptionally helpful during your period.…

Marma Point Massage for Digestion

This marma point massage targets the temples to lower acidity, regulate the colo…

Are You Ready to Try a Vedic Meditation Mantra?

What makes a mantra? Discover how chanting Vedic meditation mantras creates heal…

5 Things Kaphas Can Do to Stay Healthy This Winter

Excess Kapha leads to stagnation and congestion in both the mind and body.…

Ayurvedic Spices to Ignite Your Digestion This Holiday Season

Be an at-home apothecary and avoid Vata aggravation with these Ayurveda-friendly…

3 Ayurvedic Herbs to Calm Autumn Anxiety

When Vata mobilizes in dry, windy autumn, it accumulates in the nervous system a…

Why Ayurveda Quizzes Aren’t Helpful

We like to believe we know ourselves. But is that enough for determining our dos…

No, Ayurvedic Cooking Isn’t Just Making Indian Food

Ayurvedic cooking tests whether food has a heating or cooling effect in your bod…

Ayurvedic Abhyanga: The Benefits of Self-Massage

Reap abhyanga self-massage benefits by anointing the body from head to toe with …

Is Yoga Making You Hot?

9 Tips for Balancing the Pitta Dosha

5 Herbs & Spices to Eat This Pitta Season

Cilantro and fennel are among the Ayurvedic herbs that help to calm Pitta’s heat…

Setting Your Ayurvedic Clock

Do I Really Have to Be Asleep by Ten?

The Benefits of Drinking Warm Water

How Drinking Warm Water Can Empower Your Health