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Ayurveda and Late Winter- Spring Season

Ayurveda and Late Winter- Spring Season

In India making Ayurvedic rejuvenating jam, Chyawan prash.   Ayurveda is all about living in tune with nature's rhythms and that includes living in tune with the seasons. Read more about this here in my latest article for Kindred Spirit, along with 10 tips for...

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THE BENEFITS OF SPROUTING YOUR GRAINS

THE BENEFITS OF SPROUTING YOUR GRAINS

    I think we all feel Spring is on it's way. We are entering a Kapha time of year. Lighter foods, and less of the starchy foods of the Winter become the foods of the season. We see the beautiful fresh green shoots piercing through the earth at this time of...

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Yoga in Your Workplace?

Yoga in Your Workplace?

​ The corporate world is investing more and more each year on wellness in the workplace, and this includes increasing amounts on meditation and Yoga classes. In the USA, 22% of companies already offer meditation training at work, according to a study by the National...

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What are your digestive ailments telling you?

What are your digestive ailments telling you?

​ Ayurveda understands that most chronic illness begins in our gut. It is essential that we take time to correct those niggling digestive imbalances. Symptoms of burning, bloating, excessive gas, cramping, heaviness after eating, nausea after eating, are all...

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Kitchadi, A Cleansing Comfort Food

Kitchadi, A Cleansing Comfort Food

A much loved food in Ayurveda and Yoga is kitchadi. Made from yellow (or green) mung dhal and white basmati rice, flavoured with digestion-boosting spices, this wonderful food is comforting, easy to make and perfect whenever you are feeling under the weather, or would...

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FIERY RED ONION SOUP

FIERY RED ONION SOUP

A long time back when I was living in London, I used to visit sometimes a well-known naturopathic doctor called Shyam Singha. He was the doctor of Osho in the early days in India and played a part I believe in bringing the teachings of Osho to the UK. I met him a long...

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Baked Mango and Cardamom Cream

Baked Mango and Cardamom Cream

BAKED MANGO AND CARDAMOM CREAM; Mango is known in Ayurveda as the "king of fruits" and has been around for about 6000 years. In ancient India, princes and kings used to pride themselves on possession of a mango gardens. They are rich in antioxidants, Vitamin C and...

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