Yoga Ayurveda together are complete

yoga ayurveda together complete

India’s traditional, natural system of health and medicine Yoga and Ayurveda has been practiced for more than 5,000 years. Yoga is the union between the mind and the body. Ayurveda is the science of life. Both are traditionally practiced together. One-on-one without the other is only half the benefit. Together they provide a naturally sustainable method …

Yoga Nidra – relaxation – live-online classes

Live-online Yoga Nidra classes

Yoga Nidra, also known as dynamic sleep, prompts the body to relax deeply while the mind remains inwardly alert and one 30-minute practice equals approximately two hours of deep sleep. Yoga nidra works by gently guiding you through the four main stages of brain wave activity – beta, alpha, theta, and delta a state between …

Chair Yoga lunchtime – relieve aches and pains

Lunchtime Chair yoga

Many of our clients are complaining of a sore neck and back with disturbed sleep patterns from working at the dining room table. To relieve aches and pains while refreshing your pineal gland try our Chair Yoga lunchtime class. Making a commitment to attend this class encourages you to stop in the middle of the day. …

Anorexia, Social media and Yoga therapy

digital detox yoga works for over 40s

Anorexia is a mental health disorder which belongs to a group of behavioural disorders. This is because the person is often physically healthy before the onset of the disease. Social media has a lot to answer for regarding an addictive behavioural disorder. Its symptomatology appears to disturb the normal functioning of a young person in the …

Yoga helps to soothe anxiety

Emotional healing with Yoga therapy

With the second wave of Covid 19 lockdown moving throughout Australia we have the gift of time to make changes in our life. With this in mind, Yoga therapy helps to soothe anxiety and calm the nervous system. At last many people are beginning to recognise the benefits of a regular Yoga practice. Moreover the ancient sages …

Ayurveda eating guidelines – what to eat?

digestion ayurveda brain

Ayurveda states that food is medicine. What we put into our body has a direct effect on our health. If our digestion is too strong we will not receive the nutrients from the food. When our digestion is weak we are left with stale food that turns toxic in our digestive tract. Optimally we need …

Yoga provides natural anxiety relief

how to relieve anxiety with yoga

Yoga provides a natural relief for anxiety. Harvard Medical School stated that a wide range of yoga practices suggest they can reduce the impact of exaggerated stress responses. As a result they may be helpful for both anxiety and depression. For this reason, yoga functions like other self-soothing techniques, such as meditation, relaxation, exercise, or even socialising …

Ayurveda Enemas – Basti

Combine Yoga and Ayurveda

There are several types of enemas used by Ayurveda and an easy one to self administer is made from sesame oil. Some of this information is from my own personal experience as well as from a site Ayurvedic enemas that has some interesting information. I have found sesame oil useful for many everyday conditions such …

Benefits of Tulsi Ayurveda

Yoga and Ayurveda as Therapy

Not always traditional medicine is the solution to common conditions.  Having said that, Ayurveda teaches us about the benefits of Tulsi as a natural alternative. At this time of year we are very susceptible to catching colds and the flu, due to the change of season. In the morning the sun is shining and warm …

Yoga practices reduce eyestrain

yoga benefits eyesight

How Yoga practices reduce eyestrain and stress There are so many things to look out. All day long our eyes are shifting from one stimulation to the next. Yoga increases our awareness of our body and provides practices that reduce eyestrain.  Just visiting a shopping centre is a total invasion into our senses, mostly from …