Autumn is experienced as a time of deep change and transformation. It is a season where it can be hard to find balance but is an opportunity to shift the energy in the body to regain inner harmony. In Ayurveda, we do this through Autumnal cleanses, changing our diet and lifestyle and re-establishing a grounding routine.
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Paula is a graduate of our Diploma of Ayurvedic studies and now runs a successful Ayurvedic practice in Dublin
Perfect for Kapha & cleaning the lymph
The Sun, Moon and 5 visible planets find expression in the seven tissues of the body…
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If I was to recommend just one spice to add to your diet, it would have to be black pepper. For most people, it is a simple & easy addition but from an Ayurvedic point of view it has so many benefits…. Ayurvedic benefits of black pepper Increases digestive fire (Agni) Reduces bloating, indigestion &
In Ayurveda, coffee can be a health promoting drink but it is not suitable for everyone and there are certain rules to follow to enhance the benefits and reduce the aggravating effects.
Ayurveda and Yoga are regarded as sister sciences and, like sisters, they share common ancestral values and philosophies about optimal ways of living.
This is a perfect breakfast or snack option for reducing Kapha. Ingredients 1 cup of cooked pearled barley 1 tablespoon of raw honey 1/4tsp of each -cinnamon, ginger and cardamom (ground together in a mortar & pestle) Method (How to cook barley – soak 1 cup of barley overnight, discard water, cover with fresh water