What did you have for breakfast today? Have you tried steel cut oats.

Porridge is always a great breakfast especially during the autumn and winter season.
These oats are closest to their original grain form. They are made when the whole groat (whole unbroken grain) is cut into several pieces with a steel blade (it looks similar to rice that’s been cut into pieces).

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Try this delicious fennel tea 🍵 tonight. So easy to make.

1 tsp fennel seeds
3 cardamom pods
1/4 tsp of cinnamon
1/2 tsp of coriander powder
4 mint leaves
400 mls of water.

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I am sure you all heard about the three doshas Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

But have you heard of the term Dhatus? Dhatus denotes the structural components of the body.

The definition of dhatu is:

Deha dharanat dhatavah- They support the body.

If the Dhatus/ body tissue get vitiated they are called as dushyas (as the get vitiated by the doshas).

We have to remember that there is no disease without a dosha (Vata/ Pitta/ Kapha) imbalance.

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This fruits is such a fantastic remedy for the digestive system and heals any weakness in the intestine.

Bilva or its Latin name aegle marmelos is one among of the Dashamoola (group of 10 roots). Dashamoola formula sedates Vata and calms the nerves. It is also used in inflammatory conditions of the uterus.

Synonyms for Bilva are:
1. Bilva – eradicates diseases
2. Shandilya – removes trouble
3. Maloora– increases beauty of the body
4. Sadaphal– having fruit all the seasons
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What do your nails say about your health?​

Physical conditions often provide us with warning signs of health issues occurring inside the body. The health of your nails is no exception 💅particularly in relation to the health of our bones.

People that are predominantly Vata in constitution or those facing a Vata imbalance have generally thin and easy to break nails. They also have a tendency to bite their nails. 😬 Those with a Pitta constitution tend to have smooth nails, pink in colour while Kapha qualities of nails make them strong 💪and difficult to break.

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We are thrilled to announce that the dates for the Abhyanga and Shirodhara Training Course have been released! The course will take place from September 9th-14th, 2019 from 9am-2:45pm each day.

Download the Abhyanga and Shirodhara Training Course Overview