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Nadya Andreeva

NYC, New York
My name is Nadya and I like to think of myself as a �¢����modern ayurveda girl�¢���� who teaches yoga for a living and occasionally writes thoughtful articles for Mind Body Green, Modern Hippie... Full Bio
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My name is Nadya and I like to think of myself as a �¢����modern ayurveda girl�¢���� who teaches yoga for a living and occasionally writes thoughtful articles for Mind Body Green, Modern Hippie Magazine, CrazySexyLife and YogaCityNYC. This blog is mostly about digestion, natural healing methods, Ayurveda, mind & body connection, and food. If you have ever wondered how you can stay healthy, peaceful, and fit in a huge modern city (I wonder every single day), you might find some interesting ideas on this blog. Ayurveda is an ancient science of health and wellness, which worked wonders for me when I had to deal with digestion issues and PSOS (which is now completely gone! No cysts at all!). For the last 2 years I used time-proven ayurvedic techniques to change my lifestyle and diet to live a vibrant healthy life in a huge modern city. Here I write about my health findings, favorite recipes, yummy snacks, and power foods and herbs, yoga and mindfulness. All the Ayurvedic recipes on this blog are based on the foods that you can buy at a local supermarket so it is easy to try make them anytime you want a stomach-friendly dish. Healthy digestion, natural skin care and detox are among my favorite topics. Lately I am also getting very interested in natural healing methods, slowing down in a fast-paced city, and anti-inflammatory mindful eating. If you have a question about any of these topics, leave a comment below and I will do my best to provide you with a thoughtful well-researched answer! Before starting my wellness journey and this blog, I worked at AIG and got a Masters degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from New York University. Recently I finished Wellness Coaching certification through Wellcoaches and actively expanding my work from yoga and writing to offer more wellness-oriented workshops similar to Kitchen Evolution and one-on-one coaching sessions. Enjoy! Nadya