Deepening the connection with yourself and learning your unique body language is building a foundation to support these five habits to prevent chronic illness.Read more
The time is now to take charge of your health. Spring blossoms remind us of the change in our lives and new life is ready to take shape. Eating lighter, sattvic foods, the earth naturally presents us with ingredients like nettles, dandelion greens, mushrooms, and strawberries to add a cleansing quality to our digestion. This cleansing effect in our digestion can be welcome or may be impeded by imbalance.
The natural shift in nature is leading us to be lighter and rid ourselves of toxins, or ama, Sanskrit meaning "that which is undigested". Ama can present itself as stagnant energy in headaces, brain fog, creaky joints, acne, eczema, and more. Removing ama restores balance and is a simple act that begins in the kitchen. Adding revitalizing ingredients and supporting with nourishing juices and water enables your body to do what it does naturally.
Yoga poses, extra rest, dynamic activity, and time for tranquility are self-care practices bringing out the best in this time yielding natural stress and change on the body.