Winter solstice in Perth.

The shortest day of the year. The longest night of the year. The beginning of the winter season.

As winter falls upon us, what Ayurvedic practices can we bring into our lives this season?

Winter naturally gives us an opportunity to slow down, to rest – perfect timing for reflective and meditative 

 practices. Winter gives us the chance to practice reflection and gratitude for the blessings in our life and areas in which change is necessary.

– Keep a journal.

Balance the cold weather by adding warmth to all areas of your life. Adding more warming spices to our meals and beverages.

  • Warm drinks, herbal teas and golden milk! Bundle up with your favourite winter clothing.

Spending time nurturing ourselves and our loved ones.

– Giving yourself a warm oil massage and bath.

Winter gives us a chance to slow our quick thinking, put away the phone and participate in creative practices such as drawing writing or knitting.

Winter season can bring about more feelings of inertia or lethargy, so it is important to balance rest with adequate amounts of exercise.

– Start the day with 5 Surya Namaskaram each morning.

Our practitioners are available to speak with you about your routine, diet and lifestyle during the winter months.

Check out our blog for more information about staying healthy during winter.

Bookings for consultations and treatments are available via the link in our bio.

Blessings to you on this Winter Solstice!

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