A guided 25 minute body scan mindfulness meditation by Laurence Bibas in French language.
“Skin health, starts from the inside out” Skin health has a tremendous impact on self-confidence and interpersonal relationships. We all now how it feels to go to work or meet friends on a “bad skin” day. Why is that? Because, the way our skin looks and feels, gives us (and others around us!) a truthful […]
Why don’t we get along with everyone? Why some of us prefer to stay in rather than going out? Why do children become difficult at puberty? And why do women go through “mid-life crisis” at menopause? In the work environment, some of us prefer leading teams and others are happy being part of a team. […]
Listen to this meditation to calm the mind down. It is particularly good to balance Pitta or Vata emotions such as as anxiety, fear, doubt, anger, confusion and frustration. Will also help in preventing insomnia and restlessness.
Many of us suffer from insomnia or have difficulties falling asleep. This is particularly true during dryer seasons of the year and for people with predominantly dry and light (vata or pitta) body-mind constitution. Aside from adjusting our diet and taking natural herbal remedies, Ayurvedic textbooks recommend making changes to our lifestyle including hugging ! How […]
According to Ayurveda joint and bone pain linked to rheumatoid arthritis can be improved and prevented with correct blood supply, diet and lifestyle.
The sound of sanskrit chanted by singer, songwriter, sanskrit scholar Gabriella Burnel, has some serious body-mind relaxation effects. So much that we it use in some of our massage therapies. Try for yourself! Listen to this beautiful celebration of love. We recommend this healing sanskrit music in the morning or evening. Watch the effects on the body […]
The first and most important principle of ayurveda is that of the 5 elements. Understanding and experimenting the 5 element principle is key to maintain balance in our body.
According to Ayurveda, six tastes must be included in our diet to maintain health and be free of disease. Ayurveda identifies the six tastes as sweet, sour, salty, astringent, bitter and pungent.