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Natalia Lewallen Body, Lifestyle, Seasonal Guides, Vata

Social Distancing: A Time to Reconnect with YourSelf

As many of us are staying safe within our homes, it is easy to become distracted by all that’s occurring and changing in our external worlds. Our daily lives and routines may have changed, our feelings and emotions are vacillating, and our connections with others looks different.And that is ok! Many of us are experiencing a wide range of emotions, …

Natalia Lewallen Body, Daily Routines, Joints, Kapha, Knowledge Center, Seasonal Guides

Transitioning into Spring – Rituals to support the body

As the seasons change, we are often sometimes met with ‘off-feelings’ in the body. Perhaps some allergies from pollen and spring-time floral blooms or excess mucous as the temperatures increase. These particular shifts associated with the transition from winter to spring are common, as kapha dosha that has accumulated in the body begins to rise and release as the days …

Natalia Lewallen Ayurveda & You, Immunity, Knowledge Center, Seasonal Guides

Mindset Matters – Create your own Adventure and Naturally Boost your Health

When unexpected events occur, such as the current pandemic, how do you choose your own adventure? How do you find balance, making the most out of your situation? In what ways can you create a mindset that ultimately supports your overall health, well-being, and immunity? Ayurvedic medicine is a science of balance. And while it’s important to remain aware, cautious, …

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María Elena De Paula Daily Routines, Immunity, Knowledge Center, Seasonal Guides

Preventing Colds & Flu’s – An Ayurvedic Perspective

Everyone has respiratory infections. Statistics show that an average adult can expect to get two to three colds per year. When the body is invaded by disease, the immune system makes every effort to destroy both the germs and the infected cells. Because we are surrounded by bacteria and viruses constantly, even when we are healthy, these impurities can’t be …

Natalia Lewallen Daily Routines, Lifestyle, Mood

Wake up New and Improved – Not All Sleep Is Equal

Sleep is a vital indicator of overall health and wellbeing. But how highly do we prioritize our life around achieving a night of deep, high-quality rest? In a world packed full of activities, work, responsibilities, families, and distractions, it is easy to fall into patterns that lead us to restless nights.  According to Ayurveda, deep, high-quality sleep is the most …

Natalia Lewallen Body, Essential Oils, Knowledge Center, Lifestyle, Yoga & Meditation

Breathe Your Way to Stress Relief – The Practice of Pranayama

Think back on your day for a moment – when was the last time you took a deep, slow, belly breath? When you woke up? Before sitting down for that beautiful and nourishing lunch of yours? With your afternoon coffee or tea? Was there space at all for a deep breath in your day? Join the author here and pause …

Natalia Lewallen Body, Lifestyle, Mood, Seasonal Guides

Lift and Shift Your Mood with 5 Easy Steps

At the turn of the seasons, we may sometimes feel ‘off’. As the shift from winter to spring occurs, we can again witness the universe within us, as our own shifts begin to unfold. During these times of transition and change, it can be useful to practice rituals to nourish our state of being and our mood. Springtime naturally brings …

Kelly Driscoll Daily Routines, Immunity, Lifestyle, Product Articles

3 Simple Strategies to Boost Your Immune System

The Immune system is the body’s first line of defense against the external environment. While there are several types of immunity, the basic tenet of Ayurveda states that immunity is based on inherited and acquired reserve. This is called ‘vyadhi-kshmatva’ or ‘self-avoidance of disease’. According to the Chakrapannidatta text, this force is ‘a strength within all of us that resists …

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