Your guide to finding the perfect juice to complement your Ayurvedic Dosha by Mia Tarantini Ayurveda, the sister science to yoga, advocates three basic energy types known as Doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These energy types are [...]
Written by Pete Jackson It’s the festive season and many of us will celebrate the season according to our religious and cultural traditions, but perhaps not always our yogic practice. We’ll eat and drink a [...]
Written by Brook McCarthy Our immune systems often become compromised in winter as our kapha goes into excess, according to the traditional Indian natural health system of Ayurveda. Leaning how to keep our doshas in [...]
Written by Brook McCarthy While many of us anticipate and enjoy receiving a massage, few consider self-massage. The Ayurvedic art of self-massage, known as Abhyanga, is often described as being one of the most important [...]
Written by Brook McCarthy We choose foods for far more reasons than just fuel - food nourishes us on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. Eating for comfort doesn’t need to involve whipped cream and [...]
Written by Brook McCarthy When the cool winds of autumn begin blowing it is the season of vata, according to the traditional Indian natural health system of Ayurveda. Ayurveda recognises that each individual’s constitution is [...]
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