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  • RECIPE OF THE MONTH: Tofu with Almond sauce

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    With the warmer weather starting, enjoy this quick, easy and deliciously healthy meal for dinner.

     

     

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  • Yoga for Digestion

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Digestive upset? Gas? Constipation? Bloating? These Yoga poses can help! Not only will it relieve a wide range of symptoms, but will assist in managing digestive diseases and boost energy and vitality.

     

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  • 5-Day Transformational Health Program - 35% DISCOUNT!

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    Are you feeling tired, stressed or a little bit slow?

     

    How do we know we are stressed? Some major signs of stress are; poor sleep, waking up tired, no longer feeling at ease, slightly anxious with no real reason, not present and constantly thinking about what you have not done or what you have to do, maybe you are a little short or not as loving as you used to be. 

     

    Dr. Bruce Lipton, Biologist & Researcher at Stanford University Medical Centre estimates that 90% of all diseases are caused by stress.

    Shake those post-winter-feelings and high levels of stress off and add a little spring to your step with our exclusive Spring Transformation Health Offer!

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  • Tips for glowing skin

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Healthy skin is a two-pronged approach: an internal routine, and an external routine.

     

    According to the wisdom of Ayurveda, true beauty is what naturally arises from simple acts of daily self-care. Ayurveda’s self-care practices are designed to support the healthy functioning of mind and body, and leave you feeling nourished and radiant from head to toe.

     

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  • RECIPE OF THE MONTH: Carrot Soup

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Our Carrot Soup, is a lovely and easy-to-make recipe to get you through these cold, winter nights. 

     

     

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  • Nadi shodhana pranayama – Alternate nostril breathing

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    "When the Breath wanders, the mind is unsteady but when the Breath is still, so is the mind still." - Hatha Yoga Pradipika

     

    Shodhana means to cleanse or to purify and this pranayama is used to purify pranic channels (Nadis). It is an important pranayama practiced by alternating inhalation and exhalation between the right and left nostrils to influence the ida and pingala nadis, to restore equilibrium, bring balance and harmony to the body's physical and mental systems. It vitalises pranic energies and helps to heal almost all physical and mental disorders. It awakens the dormant energy (shakti) in mooladhara chakra and directs it through sushumna leading to deep states of meditation.

     

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  • The 6 tastes: A guide map to ultimate nutrition

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Much of the wisdom of Ayurvedic nutrition rests on the tip of your tongue, literally!

    According to Ayurveda, the sense of taste is a guide map towards proper nutrition as food speaks to us directly through taste.


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  • New Year, New resolutions: Ayurvedic Tips for weight management

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    It’s that time of year again when we resolve to make many changes in our life to enable us to live happier and healthier lives. Many of these changes revolve around diet and lifestyle.

     

     

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  • RECIPE OF THE MONTH: Baked Samosas

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Start the new year off with some delicious Ayurvedic recipes from our Sukhavati, Bali Cookbook.

     

     

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  • Triphala: Your best support to stay healthy this festive season.

    Category : News, Ayurveda

     

    The festive season usually brings indulgence. There are extra sweets and temptations around; we tend to overeat and eat at irregular times. All of these are causes for the build-up of toxins (Ama) in the body.

     

    Ama is a Sanskrit word for undigested food toxins. It’s the toxic waste-product of inefficient digestion, which can accumulate and cause disease. During the holidays, we’re particularly susceptible to developing Ama as we tend to throw our usual routine and diet out the window.

     

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