On Campus Program

The Art and Science of Integrating Food and Yoga Practice Subtle Body Nourishment

For everyone.

Explore how to eat in accord with evidence-based nutrition viewed through the lenses of yoga, Ayurveda, and aligning your outer choices with your inner, subtle body. Every yogi knows that nourishment involves more than just food, but food is essential for life and spiritual practice. Nutritionist Annie B. Kay invites you to examine your own food needs and the relationship you have with nourishment through mindful experiments and meditative self-inquiry to

In addition to morning yoga practices and meditation, this program covers

  • Yogic anatomy (koshas, nadis, and chakras)
  • The science of why we are what we eat
  • A general self-assessment
  • The basics of food as medicine
  • Yogic discernment
  • Ways to avoid yoga dietary pitfall
  • A look at the yogic principle of mitahara or moderate diet, and the best integrative nourishment yet.

Come find your next steps to a diet that can deepen your yoga practice and fan the flames of your life force.

Recommended reading Annie B. Kay, Every Bite Is Divine.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
All Yoga


Annie B. Kay, MS, RDN, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, is an author, nutritionist, Kripalu faculty member, and important voice in whole-foods nutrition and yoga.

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