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  • MY STORY: Michelle Nipperess

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Michelle Nipperess discusses her reasons for visiting Sukhavati, her prior health concerns and what she got out of our rejuvenation program. Follow the link for the full interview.

     

     

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  • Get Energised! How to Combat End-of-the-Year Burnout

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Has it been a big year? Are you feeling tired all the time? Are you waking from sleep unrefreshed and finding it difficult to get out of bed? 

     

    If yes, then maybe you're feeling the End-of-Year Burnout.

     

    The adrenal glands are a pair of endocrine organs that rest atop of your kidneys. They have an enormous effect on our physiology, affecting literally every tissue, cell, organ, as well as impacting our mind and emotions. These organs are responsible for the secretion, famously the hormones associated with the body's stress response.

     

     

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  • The Art of Disruption through the Science of Travel and Silence

    Category : News, Ayurveda

     

    We are all explorers, discovering our outer-world through travel, where we move from the reality of our everyday existence and are touched and inspired by cultures, people and places. 

     

    Travel changes us. We see things and hear things that jolt us, we smell scents that inspire us. We are re-invigorated.

     

    Our inner-worlds need continuous disruption from the repeated thoughts, feelings and impressions that our everyday environments can unconsciously control. 

     

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  • Ayurveda’s Daily Ritual for Self-Care

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Self-care holds an important place in Ayurvedic medicine. In fact, Ayurveda gives us a complete self-care system on achieving balance, called dinacharya (the daily routine). Ayurvedic self-care practices focus on balancing, prevention and healing from head to toe using diet, lifestyle, and treatments. One of the most rewarding practises is performing a daily self-oil massage, called Abhyanga.

     

    Daily self-massage is one of the best gifts you can give your body! It’s a quick and positive way to unlock the body’s innate healing ability, revitalize the mind and empower you to maintain your body’s optimum health.

     

     

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  • MY STORY: Sarah Wade

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Sarah Wade discusses her reasons for visiting Sukhavati, her prior-knowledge of Ayurveda and what she got out of our rejuvenation program. Read the full interview below.

     

     

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  • RECIPE OF THE MONTH: Chai Tea

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    When trying to cut out coffee or sugary snacks during the day, it can be hard to find something that hits the spot. Our Chai tea is not only nutritious but a great substitute for your afternoon cravings. Read the full recipe below and avoid those afternoon slumps.

     

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  • Overcome stress and anxiety at Sukhavati, Bali

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Stress is a universal element of the modern human experience. While stress inherently isn’t bad, even appropriate and productive in certain situations, we know that too much stress can be quite harmful. It compromises our health physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

     

    Here at Sukhavati we have a holistic understanding of the nature of stress and combat it from all angles, so you can leave here not only feel at peace and relaxed, but resilient.

     

     

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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!

    Category : Special Offer, News, Ayurveda

     

     

    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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