Ayurveda! Ayur….what?
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The ancient Indian art, Ayurveda, the ‘science of life’ has now become an integral part of how I function from day to day, hour to hour, and seasonally. I use it for my own health and wellness as well as to assist other people. How did this all come about, how did I begin this journey of self care and self discovery? I will try to explain a little about how it all happened for me and why, as well … Read More

An Indian Love Affair
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An Indian love affair, that title will make a few people I know sit up and take interest! But it’s not about anyone in particular, it is about this incredible journey, about falling in love with life again, about maybe for the first time ever in my entire life trusting myself, my own judgement, my own instincts, my intiuition, its about falling in love with myself. It is about being able to say to myself, “yes, you’re doing ok.” I … Read More

Yoga, keeping it real
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I was introduced the other day as ‘A yoga teacher, and a person.’ How refreshing. All to often it can feel that because I teach Yoga I am apart from the regular members of the human race and that I should somehow float just above the ground and glide rather than walk as I am so serene and pure. This is not the case at all. If anything at all I feel that I am more human than most. I … Read More

Turn off, Switch on……..
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Imagine a place where the buzz and bustle of todays modern, frenetic pace of the world doesn’t disturb you. Imagine being immersed in an environment which is peaceful, grounding, calming and full of nature. Magical ancient trees, lush green everywhere, the elements of fire, earth, water and fresh air. Delicious wholesome food.Good energy within and all around you. Can such a place exist? Yes it can, and it does. I am not given to advertising, especially within this blog which … Read More

Feeling ‘deranged’
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Vata derangement, in the world of Ayurveda, is a relatively common phenomenon, It is not something I had ever experienced, until now. Ayurveda is the ancient Indian ‘science of life’, a system that looks at individuals holistically and using the elements to put together individual constitutional types known as ‘Doshas.’ There are three different Dosha types and we all consist of all three, with different amounts of each in every one of us. We often have one dominant Dosha which … Read More