What an amazing week we had at Lakshmi Ayurveda’s first Abhyanga and shirodhara therapist training course. Congratulations to all the wonderful participants learning these ancient healing therapies. Our participants brought so much knowledge with them which made it an incredible week of sharing 🙂
With love the Lakshmi Ayurveda team 🌼
PS: our next course dates will be released soon. More course pictures and videos will follow soon.
We wish you a beautiful Sunday
Would you like a foot bath and a warm salted lemon 🍋🍋🍋 foot 🦶scrub prior to your Ayurvedic treatment?
A footbath was traditionally offered to visitors after a long journey.
It is often given before the Abhyanga oil massage.
If this is done before a treatment it benefits more than just the feet it revitalises the nervous system, improves the circulation and provides a feeling of wellbeing.
A warm salted lemon 🍋 foot cleanse will help to draw out toxins and has a grounding effect.
✅activates Apana Vayu
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With love your Lakshmi Ayurveda team 🍃🍋🍋🍋🍃
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The weather has been warm, beautiful and full of sunshine. If your facial skin feels slightly heated and reddish try a cooling and calming Pitta mask with our Ayurvedic kansa wand facial treatment.
This Pitta mask contains
Masoor and almonds granules, rose petals, manjistha, usheer, ananta, chandana and Indian clay.
Ayurvedic face packs are toning, exfoliating, revitalises and conditions the skin.
A paste with coconut milk or rose water is made and applied to the face while the face pack is cooling your facial skin, you will receive an oil massage on your arms.
What a bliss ☺️
With love from the Lakshmi Ayurveda team 💖🍃🍃🍃💖
Where is the best area to place your Ganesha statue in your home?
Lord Ganesha the God of joy, happiness and success. He is thought to be the remover of obstacles.
5 tips for you when placing Lord Ganesha in your home.
1. The best place is the northeast corner of the house. This corner is also known as the Ishan corner.
2. It is best to have a Ganesha with the trunk tilted towards the left. If the trunk faces to the right rituals should be adhered to in a precise way.
3. Only place one idol of Lord Ganesha on your altar. Keeping two or more idols counteract their energy.
4. Set the statue facing into the room and not towards a window
5. Avoid placing your Ganesha in a bedroom, bathroom, garage, laundry or directly on the floor.
Best to offer your Lord Ganesha some Ladoos (he is fond of sweets), Hibiscus flowers, Bananas, Incense before you start your Ganesha Mantra.
Om Gan Ganapataya Namo Namaha
How lucky we are to have a lovely neighbour who has a fig tree in his garden.
Figs are called Anjeer in Hindi. Anjeer has such wonderful medicinal benefits with such a high nutritional value.
Figs are a wonderful source of iron, rich in calcium (more than milk), potassium (more than bananas) and rich in dietary fibres.
The dried fruits are abundant in manganese, iron, magnesium, potassium, and thiamine. These fruits contain 17 different types of amino acids
The ayurvedic properties are sweet (madhura)/ astringent (kashaya) and cold (sheeta) in nature
Figs are great to relive constipation, piles, liver disorder, gum disease, high blood pressure and debility.
1. Anjeer richness is iron makes it a perfect fruit to treat Anaemia.
2. Taken in the morning with Pippali is helpful for Asthma,
3. Chewing figs strengthens teeth, tongue and gums
4. Anjeer alkalises the body blood and maintains proper ph of blood.
5. The richness in calcium makes them ideal for heart, bones, digestive and reproductive health.
6. For cold or sore throat boil dried figs, fenugreek and tulsi leaves. Reduce the water to ¼ and drink it lukewarm
7. Figs are high in antioxidants and studies suggest the anti cancer properties.
So interesting about the fig tree has been mentioned and considered sacred in different religions and cultures around the world.
In Hindu philosophy the tree is sacred to different deities , the roots of one indian species represents Brahma the Creator, the leaves Shiva and the trunk Vishnu the preserver.
Adam and Eve used fig leaves to cover their nakedness. “And the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked; and they sewed fig leaves together, and made themselves aprons.” (Genesis 3:7).
In ancient Egypt, pharaohs believed that when they died their souls would encounter a Fig tree at the edge of the desert, and that the goddess Hathor would emerge from the foliage to welcome them to heaven
Who would think of all this when eating a Fig!
Food is Medicine
Food is Conciousness
Figs are in season at the moment so this is the best time to eat this wholesome fruit. Also available at Lakshmi Ayurveda after your treatment 🙂
We look forward to welcoming you at Lakshmi Ayurveda
Warmly Karin and the Lakshmi team, firstname.lastname@example.org ph: 0406 810 547