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About Jeff Perlman

Jeff Perlman is a Clinical Ayurvedic & Pancha Karma Specialist, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor, Certified Massage and Marma Therapist, a professional member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association and a Cordon Bleu Chef.  He is available for private consultations. You can contact him at [email protected] or visit his website: threeseasonsayurveda.com

Kitchari: The Insider’s Guide to Ayurveda’s Classic Healing Food

The first time I heard of “kitchari” was during preparation for my first Panchakarma (the Ayurvedic cleansing and rejuvenation process) treatment at the Ayurvedic Institute in New Mexico. Kitchari (pronounced kich-ah-ree and sometimes spelled khichadi) is a staple of Indian cuisine and Ayurvedic medicine. It was first used to nourish babies, the elderly, and the [...]

By | February 9th, 2017|ayurvedic food|0 Comments

Ayurveda and the Five Elements

Ayurveda is translated as the “knowledge of life” (ayus: life, veda: knowledge). The Indian holistic medical system first mentioned Ayurveda with yoga in the Vedas around 3,500 years ago. It is considered the healing side of yoga, and the practice of yoga is the spiritual side of Ayurveda. Both strive to help us stay connected [...]

By | November 6th, 2016|Ayurveda|0 Comments

Demystifying Tongue Scraping and Neti Pots

Practices for a Supportive Daily Routine Tongue Scraping How often do we really observe our tongues?  This may not be a common habit for most people but Ayurveda believes that the tongue reveals information about our internal health; and in the daily practice called Dinacharya, the observation of and scraping of the tongue is as [...]

By | August 3rd, 2016|Ayurveda|0 Comments

Six Tastes in Ayurveda

In 1990, I was a culinary student at the Cordon Bleu in San Francisco and worked for Alice Waters at Chez Panisse in Berkeley. My goal was to study and work in France and ultimately I spent a year-and-a-half honing my craft in Paris and Provence. With all my formal education I must admit that [...]

By | June 16th, 2016|Ayurveda|0 Comments

Demystifying Tongue Scraping and Neti Pots

Practices for a Supportive Daily Routine   How often do we really observe our tongues?  This may not be a common habit for most people but Ayurveda believes that the tongue reveals information about our internal health; and in the daily practice called Dinacharya, the observation of and scraping of the tongue is as important [...]

By | December 7th, 2015|Ayurveda|0 Comments

The Magic of Nasya

An Ayurvedic Practice to Awaken Perception By Jeff Perlman Imagine taking a simple inhalation that is far more powerful than one of the hundreds of unconscious breaths you take each day.  This inhalation carries the magic of an Ayurvedic herbal formula that not only awakens your perception, but also stimulates your intelligence and balances the [...]

By | October 30th, 2015|Ayurveda|0 Comments