Amrita Sandra McLanahan, . Dr. McLanahan is a graduate with high honors of Swarthmore College, and she has an . degree from Wayne University and a family practice specialty from the University of Massachusetts. She now practices integrative medicine at Yogaville. She also specializes in Yoga of Recovery, a combination of Ayurveda, Yoga philosophy, and 12-step principles designed to bring the healing power of Yoga to those in recovery for addictive and self-destructive behaviors.
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Amrita (Sanskrit: अमृत, IAST: amṛta), Amrit or Amata (also called Sudha, Amiy, Ami) is a word that literally means "immortality" and is often referred to in ancient Indian texts as nectar. Amṛta" is etymologically related to the Greek ambrosia and carries the same meaning. Its first occurrence is in the Rigveda, where it is considered one of several synonyms for soma, the drink of the devas.
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Healing for women veterans is crucial to ensure that our nation's heroes can live up to their full potential and with continued positive contribution to society. Pamela Stokes Eggleston, MBA, E-RYT is the Founder of Yoga2Sleep, helping people get Better Sleep for the Best Life. She is a 200- and 500-hour Pranakyira Yoga Instructor. She is also a cofounder of Blue Star Families, a national nonprofit for military families, and serves on the board for the Yoga Service Council. She loves yoga nidra, savasana and naps.