Levitating Monkey: What first lead you to become interested in Ayurveda and studying at the American Institute of Ayurveda?
Arun Deva: It is interesting. As a child I was torn between many worlds. The Bollywood of Bombay (Mumbai now), my birth place. The camaraderie of a joint family
Levitating Monkey: First off, congratulations on your latest collection of poems, "Saris and a Single Malt" being released and going on to become #1 on Amazon’s Asian American poetry list! I was deeply moved by your poignant collection of poems about your mom, your personal journey through grieving, and
Levitating Monkey: What lead you to combine your expertise in Neurology with your proficiency in Ayurvedic wellness programs to develop tailored health plans for your clients?
Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary: I became a patient and once I was on the other side of the stethoscope, my
Levitating Monkey: Having started your career as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1987, what lead you to the field of Ayurvedic Medicine in 1991?
Dr. Marc Halpern (Dr. Shiva): I went into Chiropractic as a part of my search to understand the cause of disease and suffering
Levitating Monkey: How did you come to settle in Guatemala?
Michelle Margaret Fajkus: I had a perfectly happy life in Austin, Texas. On a bit of a whim, I went to an international teaching job fair in the summer of 2009 and six weeks later found
Levitating Monkey: Today I have the pleasure to speak with Vish Iyer, author of Yoga and Love. Vish, In learning more about you, it is as though you’ve lived at least three different lives in this one lifetime. Having worked in real estate, building your acting
Looking for that perfect summer read? Well, look no further. The Monkey recently spoke with graphic novelist, Jai Sen about his magical stories, The Malay Mysteries.
Levitating Monkey: How have the stories depicted in the Malay Mysteries been shaped by your time living in Indonesia in your youth?
Levitating Monkey: Tell us a bit about yourself. How did you first come to be interested in yoga.
Todd McCullough: I grew up in a small town in North Florida. I was fortunate to live out my childhood dream and play college football at the University
Levitating Monkey recently had the pleasure of speaking with Reiki Master, Deborah Flanagan.
Levitating Monkey: Your unique approach has been featured on The Dr. Oz Show and in O, the Oprah Magazine, among others. As a former ballet dancer, having toured with Southern Ballet Theatre, as well
Levitating Monkey: How did you first come to be interested in studying Sanskrit and South Asian religions?
David Gordon White: The short answer is that the Beatles came back from India when I was in seventh grade with the beads and the Nehru collars. That was the beginning