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Ashtanga Hridayam Quote

Not too much, not too little ..... just the right amount this relates to all aspects in our life such as food, sleep and lifestyle. We wish you a beautiful weekend. With love from Lakshmi Ayurveda #balance#equanimity #justright#ayurvedicteachings#classicalayurveda#asthangahridayam…

Fat Phobia

Sneha is derived from the Sanskrit word for love, affection, and kindness. Sneha is also the word for oil. Fat is love 😊 Discussion about “good fat and bad fat” seems to circulate throughout the health industry with rigor. This leaves…

Osteoarthritis from an Ayurvedic Perspective

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease mainly caused by the wear and tear of the joints resulting in loss of the cartilage, loss of resilience and the lubricating mechanism of the joint is impaired. The weight bearing cartilage is undergoing…

Sanskrit - The Language of the Gods

Sanskrit the language of the sacred scriptures (the language of the Gods)   Sanskrit belongs to the Indo-European family of languages. Most of the languages in Europe including English, Welsh, Latin and Greek are also members of this…
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Tips to Stay Balanced: A Healthy Winter with Ayurveda

In comparison to the European winter, Australia has milder temperatures but it does get cold and damp especially in the mornings and evenings. Because of the Ayurvedic rule that ‘like attracts like’ this is why in the winter season our…

Nidra (Sleep) From an Ayurvedic Perspective

How did you sleep last night? Poorly, not long enough, or broken? Evidently, you are not alone. According to the Australian Sleep Health Foundation, up to 40% of adults indicate that they receive an inadequate night’s sleep. The Samhitas,…