From PCOS to Achieving Balance with Ayurveda with Samantha Doyle : Episode 14

by | Aug 14, 2019 | Ayurveda, Cycle Signs + PMS, Well Woman Podcast | 0 comments

From being diagnosed with PCOS, having an eating disorder and being told she’d never have kinds to having 4 healthy, vibrant and vivacious kids. Today’s podcast guest’s shares some great insights into her healing journey, how she stays balanced and avoids burn out.


Meet our Podcast Guest:

Samantha Doyle is the creator of Live to Serve Academy. She’s growth-obsessed social change advocate, with a background in yoga, Ayurveda, fitness, and coaching. Basically she’s the all round Ayurveda goddess! Having been involved with Ayurveda for over a decade she lives and breathes this ancient Indian science of health.

Sami thrives off helping people pursue their potential and transform their lives through the path of self-discovery. Not to mentioned I also studied under her at the Live to Serve Academy and doing so changed how I coach, teach and educate.

She’s a super mum of 4 lively children and somehow keeps life balanced at ease and in flow – all of which we chat about in this episode!


In this episode we chat about:

    • Disapline, diagnosis and healing journey’s
    • What Sami did to turned her health around as a single mum with no money
    • Sami share’s her balanced health “tools for life”
    • Box diagnosis and the Ayurveda
    • Ayurveda approach to balancing menstrual cycles
    • Dosha diets and period health
    • Daily routine for for dosha balancing
    • How Sam balances her mind and ends confusion


Fancy a taster of what studying Ayurveda is like? Sami’s offering 50% off her Ayurvedic Psychology Training for everyone who mentions WELL WOMAN upon reaching out to her or registering. Not to mention want to dive in and become an Ayurveda Coach or learn more about how?  Reach out to Sami or send me an email here, – we’re offering a special offer which includes FREE Coaching sessions for all new Ayurveda Coaches.

How to find Sami?
Connect with her here on Instagram at @livetoserveacademy
Find her website here:


Thank you so much for tuning in to every episode of The Well Woman Podcast.

I trust you enjoyed this episode as much as wedid, if you got a lot out of this too, please subscribe and leave a 5 star review on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud or on your Podcast app. This means together we can inspire, connect and educate even more women.

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Until next time beautiful!
Get connected, listen to your body and remember body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.

         Jema Lee

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A day time mermaid, full time human who lives in yoga tights who spends my days hanging out inside the Well Woman Academy. My mission? To guide women to discover their cycles, love their bodies and end patriarchal period tabooness.


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