MEET JENNIFER KURDYLA

Ayurvedic Health Counselor. Yoga teacher. Writer.

Having worked for almost a decade in trade publishing and editing, she approaches her work in wellness as part of the storytelling process each of us goes through in our individual evolution, as well as in finding our place in the larger universe. Through her ongoing study and practice of Ayurveda and yoga, she supports students and clients in uncovering the nuances of their unique life stories, such that their daily routines, choices, and interactions with others are all serving the well-being of their whole self.
 
As a yoga teacher, she integrates classic vinyasa flow with principles from Ayurveda and various meditation traditions as a way to use movement for deeper connection to self and healing. Part of her personal journey through holistic health has been a reconciliation with food as a vital part of her respect for herself and the planet.
 
She has maintained a plant-based lifestyle since 2012, and develops recipes with an attention on local, seasonal, and herbal ingredients for a simpler approach to cooking and eating. She is the co-author of Root & Nourish: An Herbal Cookbook for Women's Wellness (Tiller Press, 4/6/2021), and lives in Brooklyn, New York. 
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Jennifer offers private sessions based on overall wellness, flexibility, and strength with a focus on...

 

- New-to-yoga or new-to-movement

- Chronic pain or injury management

- Low energy or hormonal balance

- Digestive conditions

- Support for mental clarity, focus, and relaxation

- Restorative and gentle movement

AYURVEDIC CONSULTATIONS

Create healthy and sustainable wellness rituals.

Ayurveda, meaning "life knowledge" is the traditional science of India which works with Western medicine to create a well-rounded approach to health.
These sessions help to assess how your work life, home life, relationships, movement, and dietary patterns contribute to your state of wellbeing, alongside the seasonal shifts in the environment around you.
 
Yoga, pranayama, and meditation may be incorporated into your plan.