About Kyle Willets
If you want to boost your energy with not only yummy but extremely healthy recipes and learn tools for a processed-free life I’m here to help.
Hi, my name is Kyle Anne Willets, founder of CookingupPrana.com.
Whereas prawns are the little guys swimming out in the sea, prana, an old Sanskrit word that means life, breath and vitality, exists within each of us.
Due to modern-society’s super-busy life our prana is in constant decline. We have become conditioned to favor unhealthy processed foods and survive with chemical-laden lifestyles.
Cooking up Prana developed out of my desire to help others, just like yourself, begin a journey towards more energized, healthy, and vibrant lives.
Visit CookingupPrana.com for access to:
• An ever-growing library of healthy, yummy Ayurvedic recipes.
• Ayurvedic tips for an energizing diet & sustainable lifestyle.
• My Dosha Quiz to discover your mind-body type (dosha).
• Prana-enhancing yoga poses and flows that are dosha-specific.
• FREE one-on-one wellness consultation (pesticide and pharmaceutical free!)
Get ready to savor nourishing Ayurvedic recipes and time-tested tools to maintain and sustain a happy, healthy, and vibrant self.
Born in the sticks of New England with a passion to help and to heal, I’ve sought out Ayurveda and Yoga as ways to turn-around my own health and kick-start my life in a way that is processed-free, bubbling with energy, and full of that fabulous feeling.
From practicing physical therapy on frenzied hospital floors to working with rehab staff at underserved clinics in Bolivia and Nicaragua to teaching Vinyasa yoga on a roof-top studio in Lima, Peru and underprivileged children in North American parks, I’ve helped and healed around the world.
Through yummy Ayurvedic recipes, oodles of revitalizing lifestyle tips, and prana-enhancing yoga tools, I help people energize their lives and amp-up their wellness with daily and seasonal practices that produce sustainable results.
Kyle is the founder of CookingUpPrana.com where her unique blend of Western and many other medicines helps people recover their energy and give a boost to their prana. She received her graduate and doctoral degrees in physical therapy from Ithaca College in New York. While practicing Western Medicine, she became increasingly more aware of both the weaknesses and strengths of her training. She studied Ayurvedic Medicine with Dr. Sundar Raman in India as well as yoga, nutrition, relaxation therapies, and meditation before founding Cooking up Prana in 2011.
Through Cooking up Prana, Kyle is excited to teach clients how to cater their diets & lifestyles to their unique body type and, in doing so, help them thrive in their lives and prevent future disease. Over the last two years, Kyle has been traveling and cooking in kitchens along the way in such places as Australia, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, Israel, and most recently, The Dominican Republic.