• June 28–July 3, 2020
  • Sunday-Friday: 5 nights

Digestive Health An Integrative Approach

This program—developed and led by our own faculty with the Kripalu methodology in mind—is offered exclusively at Kripalu.

Are you among the one in five Americans who are challenged by gastrointestinal (GI) concerns? Are you interested in improving and caring for your digestive well-being? This program blends the wisdom of Ayurveda and the latest Western science to address your GI challenges and restore your health naturally.

Come learn

  • The effects of chronic stress on GI functioning
  • Ayurvedic methodology and your body’s natural rhythms to restore balance
  • Dietary approaches to decrease inflammation and improve immune function
  • The role of the microbiome, and how to optimize pre- and probiotics
  • Strategies for managing gluten and other food sensitivities
  • Ayurvedic digestive-aid recipes to balance digestive health
  • Mind-body techniques such as meditation, yoga, and guided imagery

This program is ideal for people who struggle with chronic gastrointestinal symptoms or those diagnosed with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), constipation, GER (gastroesophageal reflux), celiac disease, or other GI issues.

Program at a Glance

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All Health, Fitness, and Wellness


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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Erin Casperson, Dean of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda, is passionate about sharing how the ancient practices of Ayurveda can be applied to modern-day living.

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Lisa B. Nelson, MD, is a family practice physician, Director of Medical Education for Kripalu programs, and a Kripalu faculty member who has trained thousands of individuals in mind-body practices for health and vitality.

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