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Trikatu churna – the three spices formula 🌿

Yesterday Karin prepared crystallised ginger and explained its Agni (digestive fire) boosting benefits 🔥 Ginger is an ingredient in many Ayurvedic formulations, including one of our favourites - Trikatu. As the quote mentions, Trikatu…
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Ayurveda and Exercise 🏊‍♂️

Both obsessive exercise and a lack of exercise can cause a build-up of digestive toxins, called AMA, and leave us feeling exhausted and unwell 🥱 From an Ayurvedic perspective, overexertion can cause as many problems as a lack of exercise. Due…
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The Student Clinic is Open!

Enjoy an oil massage or consultation at student rates 🌸 students are on their final clinical placement before graduating as Ayurvedic practitioners. Student offerings 👇🏼 1 hour oil massage for $65 or 75 minutes for $80. Ayurvedic…

What Foods Should you Avoid in Winter?

In winter, we should aim to balance cold qualities with warming foods. Because of the Ayurvedic rule that ‘like attracts like’, in the winter season our Kapha and Vata dosha are likely to aggravate and often result in weight gain, depression,…
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The Importance of Rejuvenation

Ayurveda beautifully speaks about the importance of rejuvenation in our lives. Especially nowadays when we live in such a fast-paced society 🏃‍♂️ The focus on cleansing and detoxing should always be coupled with rejuvenation, called…
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Do you make time for facial treatments?

Do you make time for facial treatments? If not, perhaps it is time to establish a facial routine. Using a Kansa wand is one of our favourite facial treatment recommendations. So easy to incorporate into your daily routine. The many benefits…