05.12.2020

The uses of honey in health care trace back many centuries.

Āyurveda sees honey as a gift—its remarkable healing properties were valued more than its taste, it is recognized for its medicinal and nutritional properties which has made it a staple of Ayurvedic practices...

01.14.2020

It is easy to get carried away by our everyday responsibilities, created by society or by ourselves.

We are, more or less, becoming ignorant when considering our health. I see it in clinic all the time and the more we do, the more we can feel disconnected from our bodie...

04.25.2019

Agni means "to ignite" it is found all over our body, in every cell, in our DNA and every living thing.

Agni is the the driving force of cellular energy from our mitochondria. Your sex drive, enzymes and neurotransmitters would not exist i not for agni . Your mood, beha...

04.03.2019

Moving our bodies daily is so important for our mental health, for healthy skin as well keeping our internal organs running smoothly. By getting ourselves moving more each day, we are helping our minds and bodies function at their best – here are some of the benefits:

I...

04.02.2019

Up to 70% of people I work with have digestive complains of some sort or another. Anything from bloating and indigestion to infrequent bowl movements to too many bowl movements. Our digestion is linked to so much more than just filling our bellies – its fuel for our br...

03.20.2019

Today officially marks the beginning of the Spring Equinox in the Western Hemisphere.

In Ayurveda, spring is ruled by by Kapha Dosha - the elements of Earth + Water and the bodies most valuable filtering organs; the lymph system, gallbladder + liver.

The g...

03.04.2019

A perfect cup of chai is something I live for. Although there are alternatives for cows milk and caffeine free variations that I have made for myself and others - I wanted to share the real thing. . .

Serves 4

4 cups water

1 cup whole organic milk or alternative

1 1/2...

03.04.2019

To assist healthy, balanced digestion one way is to bring the qualities of agni into our body through our food and drink. These qualities are warm, light and slightly oily.

Ayurvedic buckwheat pancakes are a delicious way to do this.


In it’s pure form, buckwheat is heat...

02.21.2019

Having some water with lemon can be a good thing - however not for everyone. Lemon is sharp and too much water on an empty stomach for someone with sluggish digestion can weaken one’s digestive fire even more. . . Another way to start your day is with cooked apple.

 Sin...

11.02.2018

Lentils are a staple in our home - they have been since I was a child.

What I love about about dal is the versatility and affordability, a simple base that can be transformed into so many seasonal meals that are nourishing, supporting and easy to digest.

As the weather...

03.27.2018

AGNI- FIRE ELEMENT, THE SECOND OF THE FIVE BASIC ELEMENTS  IN THE BODY; REGULATES TEMPERATURE,PERFORMANCE ,DIGESTION, ABSORPTION AND ASSIMILATION IF INGESTED FOOD, AND TRANSFORMS FOOD INTO ENERGY OR CONSCIOUSNESS 

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Signs of balanced Agni 

  • Vibrant energy

  • Cle...

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