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20.10.2016. / Ayurveda / Comments
It’s that time of year again, cold season. However, do not fear as our Ayurvedic therapist Aneta has pulled together some tips for dealing with various cold symptoms naturally.  Cold - boil a teaspoon of dried ginger in a few cups of water and inhale the steam.  Blocked nose - apply eucalyptus oil to the sides of your nose.  Cough and sore throat - gargle your throat with a warm water with a pinch of salt and turmeric powder...
09.10.2016. / Yoga / Comments
Pregnancy yoga provides a tool box of practices to approach birth and motherhood with a sense of faith and empowerment. You will be guided through breath work, meditation, postures adapted for the pregnant body and addressing common ailments, and pelvic floor exercises. We will also use mantra and affirmations, mudra (energetic hand gestures), sound, yoga nidra (yogic sleep) and guided relaxation.  Pregnancy yoga is beneficial for mother and baby both physically (relieving...
09.08.2016. / Ayurveda / Comments
The Role of Massage in Ayurveda Who doesn’t like being massaged? Such a relaxing experience that you may have even found yourself nodding off half way through. Sound about right? Massage in Ayurveda however plays an even more important role than just relaxation, rather it is considered to be one of the five main tools to treat any mental or physical issue, along with diet, herbal remedies, yoga, meditation and daily routine. Oiling therapy in Ayurveda is called snehana, which literally...
13.06.2016. / Ayurveda / Comments
Who would you approach first; someone with a beautiful smile that shows perfectly white and healthy teeth and gums or a person whose teeth are covered in tartar, have some missing are the colour of rotting pineapple?  The answer is simple.  Oral hygiene is important not just from the aesthetical point of you but also from a health perspective. Research suggests that there is a connection between poor oral hygiene and high blood pressure, inflammation, heart diseases,...
01.06.2016. / Ayurveda / Comments
Turmeric is definitely having a moment in the wellness circle, however not undeservedly as it's anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties are pretty impressive. As a gift to your liver, immune system, brain and colon try drinking a glass of 'golden milk' 60mins before bed. It tastes good and is an amazing habit to integrate into your day.    To make the tumeric paste you'll need: 1/2 a cup of filtered water 1/4 cup of organic turmeric powder 1/2 teaspoon of...

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