My Wholesome 1 Exercise for Fibromyalgia Video!

Hi Veda Healthies!

If you suffer from aches, pain and soreness or have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, you might wonder if you can ever exercise again? Well, the answer is YES! 

Fibromyalgia sufferers can actually benefit from slow, controlled physical activity and moderate exercise. Check out my informative video for some great ideas and options for fitness while living with Fibromyalgia.






My Veria Show – For Real!

Check out my two clips from the AYURVEDA Veria Living TV Show!!

I’m on Veria TV Tomorrow!!

Nitika & I

Hi Veda Healthies!

My Guest Ayurveda Holistic Cooking Spot on Veria TV Will Air Tomorrow, 11/12/2013  7pm Eastern Time

It’s The Ayurveda Episode of Naturally Beautiful with Nitika Chopra.

Ask your local Cable provider what channel is Veria


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And Watch Me Tomorrow!



Clean Green Living Class!

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Healthy living goes beyond just eating right. Household cleaning and personal care products also have a significant impact on our health and that of our families. Many products are loaded with chemicals and toxins that we breathe in or are readily absorbed through our skin. Come learn about clean, green living with holistic health coach, Julie Cerrato, to benefit yourself and the environment! In this class, you will discover incredible tips to go “green” for you and your family’s health and for reducing the environmental impact in your home. With in class demonstrations, you’ll learn what steps you can take on your path to “Clean Green Living” for a holistic household & personal care, how to choose safer products, and some easy, effective homemade DIY solutions. Join us and go clean, green today!Instructor: Julie Cerrato

Free Fall Offers: Intro Phone Consult & Fall Holistic Tips!

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September is here!

Vata season is upon us, but are you ready?

Currently, we are in Ritusandhi, the change of seasons where Summer is transitioning to Fall.

You might begin feeling a little dry, sluggish and cold.

Veda Heath can help keep you balanced and healthy for the upcoming season!

For a smooth transition to Fall, Veda Health is offering a

Free Intro Phone Consult and free Holistic Health tips!!!

Just enter your email in the Sidebar and click our Facebook Like button on our homepage.

We’ll be in touch soon to set up your Free Fall Intro Phone Consult!

You’ll also be sent our Free Fall Vata Tips!

Take advantage of these Free Fall Offers and balance Yourself today. =)

I look forward to meeting you!


Julie @ Veda Health

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3 Must Have Holistic Tips for a Happy, Healthy Life

IMG_1128By Julie A. Cerrato

Everyone wants to lead a happy, healthy life, but in our hectic world of work, family and responsibilities, where do we start?

Too often we neglect ourselves when tending to others and we quickly become unbalanced and lose ties with our roots. When we pause to refocus the mind, body and spirit by using tools from a holistic lifestyle, we can reconnect with nature and restore order in our lives. Three simple tips offer a starting point for reaching a happier, healthier life of balance.

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Tapping for your Health!

I’m fully aware that tapping on different points of your body looks a bit… well… weird! The first time I learned Tapping, I couldn’t help but think of a monkey when I had to tap under my arm and on the top of my head!
As strange as it may look, the results have been nothing less than spectacular for me. That’s what led me to create a documentary film about tapping, so we could capture these results and share the technique with others.
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques. It’s also known as “tapping” because you are literally using your fingers to tap on meridian points. Some people call it “emotional acupuncture without the needles.”
When you focus on what’s bothering you while tapping on these acupressure points, you’ll find that you can hold the same thought but without the physical anxiety that was attached to it. This allows you to let go of that negative thought and bring in something more empowering.
It’s really how our emotions impact our bodies that holds us back in life. It not only contributes to physicalpain and misalignments, but also causes us to limit our own possibilities for growth. Anxiety limits us from living our best life. We don’t go for our dream job, jump on that stage or make a connection with someone we want to meet, because our body starts running the pattern of anxiety and we stop ourselves from moving forward.
By tapping for just a few minutes you can begin to feel a shift. Here’s how a basic Meridian Tapping sequence works:
Identify the problem you want to focus on. It can be general anxiety, or it can be a specific situation or issue, which causes you to feel anxious.
Consider the problem or situation. How do you feel about it right now? Rate the intensity level of your anxiety, with zero being the lowest level of anxiety and ten being the highest.
Compose your “setup statement.” Your setup statement should acknowledge the problem you want to deal with; follow this statement with an unconditional affirmation of yourself as a person. For example: “Even though I feel this anxiety, I deeply and completely accept myself.”
“Even though I’m anxious about my interview, I deeply and completely accept myself and these feelings.”
“Even though I’m feeling this anxiety about my financial situation, I deeply and completely accept and forgive myself.”
“Even though I panic when I think about ______, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.”
Perform the setup. With four fingers on one hand, tap the Karate Chop point on your other hand. The Karate Chop point is on the outer edge of the hand, on the opposite side from the thumb. Repeat the set up statement three times aloud, while simultaneously tapping the Karate Chop point. Now take a deep breath!
Get ready to begin tapping! Here are some tips to help you achieve the right technique:
You should use a firm but gentle pressure, as if you were drumming on the side of your desk or testing a melon for ripeness.
You can use all four fingers, or just the first two (the index and middle fingers). Four fingers are generally used on the top of the head, the collarbone, under the arm… wider areas. On sensitive areas, like around the eyes, you can use just two.
Tap with your fingertips, not your fingernails. The sound will be round and mellow.
Because the meridian lines are symmetrical on either side of your body, it does not mater what side of the body you tap on or with which hand you choose to tap.
Now, tap 5-7 times each on the meridian points in the following sequence.
  • Start of the eyebrow, near the bridge of your nose
  • Side of the eye, near your temple
  • Under the eye
  • Under the nose
  • The crease between the chin and lip
  • The collarbone
  • Underneath the arm
  • Top of the head
Tap a few rounds until you feel a release. Take a deep breath and check in with how you feel.