EP 158: CHANGE YOUR LIFE BY DISCOVERING YOUR DOSHA WITH SAHARA ROSE

Is your dosha out of balance? If you’re wondering what dosha is or how to get it in balance then you’re going to want to hear today’s episode with Sahara Rose. Sahara is an author, podcaster, speaker,  and founder of Rose Gold Goddesses. We explore her path to embodiment through dance and we talk about how movement (specifically twerking) can help you connect with your other side. Sahara shares the three different archetypes of Ayurveda, how these perpetuate and show up in our lives and what you can do to help get your dosha back in balance.

About Sahara Rose:

Sahara Rose is an ancient soul in a modern body. She has been called “a leading voice for the millennial generation into the new paradigm shift” by Deepak Chopra, who wrote the foreword of her books. She is the best-selling author of Eat Feel Fresh, Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda, A Yogic Path and the upcoming Discover Your Dharma. She also hosts the Highest Self Podcast, the #1 spirituality podcast on iTunes with over 16 million downloads. 

Sahara is the founder of Rose Gold Goddesses, the sacred sisterhood collective all about embodying the goddess within, with over 2000 worldwide members. 

She is a keynote speaker, speaking on stages at Google and Facebook, as well as being featured as the nutrition speaker for Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Campaign at Harvard Medical School and in Vogue, Forbes, NBC and more.

Recently on the cover of the nationwide print magazine, Yoga Journal, Sahara Rose is on a mission to remind people of their highest selves so they can share their gifts with the world and raise the vibration of the planet. 

Sahara is known for making spiritual + Ayurvedic wisdom fun and relatable so it can serve the needs of today’s people. She believes the key to spirituality is embodiment. When she’s not writing books, recording podcasts or facilitating workshops, you can find her dancing, DJing and drumming.

Inside this episode, Sahara shares:

  • How embodiment makes her feel most alive
  • Her path to truly learning to trust and love her body
  • The story of discovering ecstatic dance and the transformation this led her to
  • Why you need to find your unique language, mannerisms and movement through your body
  • What twerking is and how it helps you connect with the other side of you
  • Sahara’s advice for using dance as a meditative practice
  • Why people are resistant to joy
  • Examples of people’s dosha and the different archetypes of Ayurveda
  • How you can eat and exercise in alignment with your archetype
  • How to get your dosha in balance

You can find more about Sahara at:

Website | Instagram | Facebook 

Links:

Pause Breathwork Facilitator Training
Dosha Quiz
Ayurveda (Idiot’s Guides)
Guided Dance Meditations
The 5 Personality Patterns: Your Guide to Understanding Yourself and Others and Developing Emotional Maturity
Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary, Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook


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Meet Samantha Skelly

Samantha Skelly is an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, best-selling author, and emotional eating expert who has revolutionized the weight loss industry by examining the individual and underlying causes of eating disorders. She has shared her mission on an international platform and continues to spread her message and transform the lives of thousands of people through the Phoenix Formula, motivational speaking engagements, the Hungry for Happiness podcast, worldwide international retreats, and her Amazon best-selling book, Hungry for Happiness: One Woman’s Guide From Fighting Food to Finding Freedom.

Samantha Skelly may be doing breathwork on the call, so please review the following:

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This list is not all inclusive and we generally recommend if you have a question about a condition you may have that is not listed, that you consult a physician before beginning breathwork.

If you have or have had any of the listed conditions, we strongly recommend you consult a physician before beginning breathwork.

Samantha Skelly may be doing breathwork on the call, so please review the following:

Breathwork may not be for you if you have the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy
  • Detached Retina
  • Glaucoma
  • High Blood Pressure (not controlled with medication)
  • ​Cardiovascular disease including angina, previous heart attack or stroke.
  • ​Diagnosis of aneurysm in the brain or abdomen
  • Uncontrolled thyroid conditions and diabetes
  • Asthma – if the client is asthmatic, ask them to bring their inhaler to the session.
  • Epilepsy
  • ​Prior diagnosis of bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or previous psychiatric condition.
  • ​Hospitalisation for any psychiatric condition or emotional crisis within the last 10 years.
  • ​Any other medical, psychiatric or physical conditions which would impair or affect ability to engage in any activities that involve intense physical and/or emotional release.
This list is not all inclusive and we generally recommend if you have a question about a condition you may have that is not listed, that you consult a physician before beginning breathwork.

If you have or have had any of the listed conditions, we strongly recommend you consult a physician before beginning breathwork.