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The Yoga + Ayurveda Connection

Updated: Apr 18


There is much in common between Yoga + Ayurveda—and the two are often referred to as "Sister Sciences"—but what does that term really mean exactly?

Scholars are not quite sure which came first because these ancient modalities are so intertwined and so old.

Both date back thousands of years. Both are from India and predate Hinduism. Both are discussed in the ancient Vedas (oldest + most sacred books of India).

The Connection

Yoga is one of the founding philosophies of Ayurveda and is hailed as a remedy to so much of what ails us.

Ayurveda is the oldest form of practiced medicine in the world and is utilized to prevent disease while maintaining homeostasis.

Coming Together

Yoga is more than just a series of postures, it is a Philosophy.

Ayurveda is more than disease management, it is a Lifestyle.

Yoga + Ayurveda deeply support each other as "sister-sciences"—

  • Both create and nurture a wholesome healthy life

  • Both systems unite the body, the mind, and the soul

  • Both help to release and process emotions, increase physical + mental flexibility, increase immunity, and combat illness


Ayurveda Medicine reduces stress and brings balance back into your daily life through observing digestive, sleep, and energy patterns and resolving discord via small changes in food and lifestyle choices—designed to increase longevity + improve overall well-being.

A "lifestyle" recommendation often made within Ayurveda Medicine is Yoga.

Yoga postures improve circulation, reduce toxins, clear and ground the mind, and help your body to cultivate + maintain a positive frequency.

Connect, Visit, and Explore!

Learn more about Yoga + Ayurveda from your local practitioners:

Emerald Yoga Studio, located in Pembroke, MA offers a true community and showcases authentic yoga. Offering both in-person and online classes as well as a New Student Special for $45.

Landen Stacey, Owner of Emerald Yoga Studio, is a Certified Yoga Instructor, Reiki Practitioner, Accessible Yoga Teacher, and passionate advocate for inclusive wellness.
"At Emerald, it's not only about yoga; it's about inner transformation with the support of a loving community."

Ayurveda with Lynne, located in the Greater Boston Area, features authentic Ayurveda and meets with clients virtually all across the country, showcasing

both group and individual packages.

Lynne Pike is an Ayurveda Medical Professional, Registered Yoga Teacher, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer and mother to three children. "I help people of all paths and positions create a more harmonious, healthy, and supportive lifestyle by healing ailments, managing stress, reducing burnout, and mitigating the constant motion of our society."

Live alongside Nature — Reduce Stress — Restore Your Equilibrium

Lynne Pike

India’s traditional system of medicine, Ayurveda is holistic in nature—uniting your mind, body, senses, and soul. Ayurveda focuses on digestion, sleep, and energy to reduce stress and bring balance back into your life.


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