Do you feel the need to reset your mind and body?

Our B.I.G. Reset will set in motion a whole host of positive effects throughout your mind and body, much like a cascading ripple effect. The B.I.G. Reset is based on a blending of Ayurvedic medicine (3,000-year-old East Indian practices), traditional Chinese medicine and modern, evidence-based nutrition. These results may include improvement in:

digestion, elimination and regularity

• body weight

• detoxification of environmental pollutants and hormone disruptors such as pesticides

metabolism and blood-sugar regulation

• allergy symptoms

• mood

• sleep

• brain function

• immune system regulation

• energy levels and endurance

Rather than a one-size-fits-all program, our approach includes a self-evaluation of your individual goals and health status so that you can use the appropriate tools and make a real difference, both right away and over the long term. 

The B.I.G. Reset includes:
  • Doctor Blossom’s epically huge Reset e-guide
  • video lessons to support each phase
  • customized dietary and lifestyle advice
  • 60+ delicious recipes
  • kitchen wisdom herbal remedies
  • community connection with other participants through the Teachable platform
  • access to the course from October 2 through November 15 so you have 6 weeks to plan and reset

The 10-day B.I.G. Reset

has three distinct phases:

Phase 1: The first few days will focus on setting up the daily rhythm of practices. These include encouraging extra rest and deep relaxation along with dietary and herbal practices to support healthy elimination and function of the digestive system. 

Phase 2: During the middle of the Reset, we will simplify your diet and focus more on your brain as well as your mental and emotional health overall. 

Phase 3: For the last few days, we will begin to incorporate a regimen to strengthen your immune system.

Your handy B.I.G. Reset e-guide

This will give you all the information you’ll need to prepare for and to go through the Reset. It will provide general guidelines of what to do each day and how to incorporate your personalized diet and lifestyle suggestions. Note we say “general” guidelines since we want you to enjoy a definite flexibility throughout the program. “All rules and no play . . . ”

Please note:

The personal practices, dietary and herbal regimen are designed to be gentle and well-tolerated by people with different strengths and challenges. However, anytime that we try to improve our health, it can create ups and downs physically and emotionally so it’s good to be aware of this in advance. We have the experience needed to address those concerns and resolve them if they arise.

Also, if you’re pregnant or menstruating, taking prescription drugs, or weakened by an accident or illness, this kind of process may not be appropriate for you unless it is modified. If this is the case, please consult your primary-care physician. You’re also welcome to reach out to us at [email protected] to discuss your options.

Involve your family and friends.

You’ll be simplifying your schedule during The B.I.G. Reset so you’ll have plenty of time to rest, relax, and exercise. That’s why we recommend letting your family and friends know that you’re doing the Reset Program and enlisting their support. Or even better, get a buddy to do it with you so you can cheer each other on and stick with it.

Rest assured, you’ll have plenty of freedom and flexibility.

We believe that participants should be treated like the adults they are: able to utilize the education they’ve acquired as they see fit, according to their own life situation, to modify components of the program to fit their individual goals. After all, that’s what real empowerment is all about!


This course is closed for enrollment.

Your guide

Scott Blossom

For more than 25 years, Scott Blossom has integrated Traditional Chinese (TCM), Ayurveda, somatics, and evidence-based nutrition into his clinical practice and educational offerings.

In addition to his clinical practice, Scott currently offers online integrative wellness courses on the intersection of microbiome science with Āyurveda and yoga-based somatic practices.

He received his Biology degree in 1993 from UC Santa Cruz, his licensure in TCM from the Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine in 1998. Scott has been mentored by and worked alongside renowned Āyurvedic physician and scholar Dr. Robert Svoboda for more than twenty years.

Always passionate about integrative medicine, Scott began his career pioneering yoga-based wellness classes and acupuncture with the staff and patients at the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara and Hospice of Santa Barbara. He has served on the faculty of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda since 2009.

Scott's mission is to inspire a regenerative revolution for individuals and society through multidimensional self-care, sacred reciprocity, and collective healing. Personally, this takes the form of an ongoing commitment to working with other white-bodied folks to become allies in social, sexual, and gender justice.

In 2011, Scott founded, a site dedicated to Ayurvedic education & nutrition.

WE have tiered, class-equitable, pay-what-supports-you pricing.

We believe that pricing doesn't have to be a weapon of classism: it can and should be a joyful act of service that creates stronger communities. Our model is inspired by the Green Bottle Model from Worts + Cunning.

We also want to help to create a conscious, intentional and value-aligned culture of payment.

Please read the following criteria and determine which price is appropriate for you:

  • Highest price: You have access to financial security, own property, or have personal savings; if you are able to pay for "wants" and spend little time worrying about securing necessities in your life; if you have economic privilege and power in our community, this price is for you.

By choosing this price, you are “paying it forward” and contributing to a more equitable world by supporting course access for those with less.

  • Middle price: You may be paying off debt or working to build savings, but you also have access to steady income. You do NOT spend most of your time thinking about meeting basic needs such as food, shelter, medical care, child care, etc.

Making this investment might mean you might have to cut back on some discretionary spending in your life (such as going out to dinner, buying coffee, buying a new outfit, or going on vacation), but the sacrifice is short-term, and will not harm you in the long term.

Lowest price: You have access to basic needs such as food, housing, and childcare, though sometimes it may feel difficult. You are able to put away money each month to save up to be able to pay for the program, but the middle tier price would mean that you have to save for longer than 12 months.

To apply for a scholarship, please send a paragraph about your financial need & your motivation to partipcate in The B.I.G. Reset to [email protected]

This course is closed for enrollment.

Questions? Email the Doctor Blossom Team at i[email protected]