Priestess TV Episode 5: Food as Ritual with Chara Caruthers

On today’s episode of Priestess TV Chara Caruthers, speaker, teacher and mentor for womxn’s wellness, walks us through her sacred business journey + ayurvedic cooking with creating seasonal dishes, including a delicious fruit-based dish as well as a very nourishing latte. 

Eating healthy foods that keep the body in a state of wellness+balance is something valued by nearly all womxn around the world. Watch to hear tips from Chara on healthy eating habits, using the most nourishing ingredients, and cooking with intention. Also, learn how to recreate the featured dishes! 

Even more flavorful than our dishes, taste Chara’s lesson of stirring together spirit, emotion, and nourishment into a successful business.

 
 

0:30- Guest introduction
1:25- Chara’s childhood food story
2:45- Food as medicine
3:45- Start on fruit dish
6:05- Talking spices
9:00- Food doesn’t have to be scary
10:00- Second dish- latte
13:50- Creative spirits
18:00- Foods ready!
23:00- Final divine wisdom

Chara Caruthers
Chara Caruthers is a passionate and outspoken voice for the power of living your truth. An international  teacher, speaker, advocate and mentor for women’s wellness, she has inspired and motivated a global community of women to live juicier and more connected lives by embracing the principles of yoga and Ayurveda. As a writer, presenter, and creator of outreach and educational programs aimed at “getting real” about what’s keeping you stuck, her unique voice and soulful approach have been celebrated as a galvanizing force for the future of authentic wellness.   

Website: www.blissbodyandsoul.com 

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Thank you for being with us for this episode of Priestess TV!





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