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  • Ayurveda and Premenstrual Syndrome

    Are you one of the millions of woman around the world who regularly experience one or more of the following symptoms as menstruation approaches?

    • Tension, tiredness and irritability
    • Water retention with weight gain, abdominal bloating, breast soreness and swelling
    • Headache or migraines
    • Food cravings and alcohol binges
    • Pain in the lower abdomen from ovulation to the first day of menstruation, which then eases
    • Depression or low mood states
    • Generalised aches and pains
    • Premenstrual asthma, sinusitis or hay fever, loss of smell, dizziness or vertigo
    • Cystitis or urethritis causing increased …

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  • 5 Ways to Move and Move More this Week

    Let's Keep It Simple!

    Life doesn't need to be complex and neither does keeping active or loosing some extra weight when you need to. Here are five very simple steps to take to help you be active and feel great:

    1. Move Just do something

    2. Move more Aim for a minimum of 100 minutes of 'huffy puffy' exercise every week and 150 minutes when wishing to reduce weight. Depending on our lifestyle and what we can fit into each day or week, this could be split up into 10-15 minute sessions or a mixture of 10, 20 or 30 minute sessions.

    3. Move more often Aim to do something every day

    4. Move …

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  • Get a great start to your day

    Breakfast boycotters get left behind

    Eating breakfast might be the last thing on your morning to-do list, or not even on your list at all. But breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially if you’re active. Eating breakfast has been shown to improve concentration, problem solving, mental performance, memory and mood… and just so we’re clear, coffee doesn’t count!

    Despite breakfast being the most important meal of the day, many people skip breakfast every morning. Breakfast can provide a significant amount of fiber, calcium, B vitamins and nutrients, which are unlikely …

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  • Vegetarian or vegan. Be nourished…

    Food, nourishing food…

    It is important to eat a variety of different foods daily to ensure a balance of nutrients for everyone vegetarians, vegans and meat eaters. This becomes especially important when a person chooses to be a vegetarian or vegan as key food groups can be reduced.


    As a vegetarian you can get all the essential nutrients you need daily without eating animal products, but it helps to know about the nutrients in different foods when you plan meals.

    A well-planned vegetarian diet that includes breads and cereals, fruit and vegetables, dairy products and …

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  • Support your health this winter

    Yes, winter is now on the horizon with Monday 1st of June the ‘official’ start of winter just around the corner.

    As the days get colder it‘s important to protect your health by ensuring your immune system is not loaded with impurities from incomplete digestion.

    When digestion is sluggish or irregular what is eaten cannot be fully broken down so impurities build in the intestines and spread throughout the body. The immune system is then kept busy cleaning up these impurities from partial or incomplete digestion. If there are also cold and flu bugs about in your environment then your busy …

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  • Calm Mind Smooth Emotions

    Have you been feeling a little ruffled and wondering what to do to calm your mind and feel more emotionally smooth?

    Or is it more a longer term dissatisfaction with life that sits underneath your discontent?

    No matter whether the mood or emotions have been dominating for a little while or a long while, Ayurveda explains that behind this mood of the mind and heart sits a deeper underlying imbalance.

    The deeper imbalance is due to an imbalance of Vata, Pitta, Kapha dosha, or a combination of these doshas. You can know which of the doshas has become imbalanced by the mood and feelings that …

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  • How To Reduce Embarrassing Gas & Odour

    It can be embarrassing and painful when gas arises and finds it’s way out either upwards or downwards!  Gas bothers some people more than others and can be accompanied with cramping pain and a smelly odour.

    Ayurveda explains that gas with cramping pain and odours arise when the digestion is weak. Along with the obvious cause of gulping air by talking with our mouth full, there are also other causes to be aware of. Read below to see which ones may be an issue for you:

    Common causes and solutions

    1: Drinking cold water especially when hungry and drinking too much.

    • Sip room temperature …

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  • Anti-inflam Tips

    I’m going to let you into a secret that can make a big difference in your wellbeing for the rest of your life.

    Inflammation is the body’s equivalent of a scouring rust that weakens and destroys tissue health and rapidly ages you from the inside out. Addressing the causes of inflammation is essential for long term wellbeing and a painfree life. 

    So what is inflammation and how can it be reduced? 

    Inflammation (Latinīnflammō, "I ignite, set alight")

    Inflammation is a protective immune response that the body uses to survive infection, toxic build up or trauma (injury). When the …

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  • Riding The Transition Into Autumn

    Now that the weather is becoming cooler with increased rainfall, this signals to nature that summer is coming to a close and the seasonal change to autumn has begun.

    The winds of change are blowing the heat that has accumulated during the summer season around your body. There is an increase of Pitta symptoms as the body tries to detox the excess heat that has been released into your bloodstream for a spontaneous seasonal cleanse.

    Clients I am seeing during this time reflect this seasonal change in their body and minds.  As Vata dosha guides the seasonal changes people are noticing that their …

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  • Riding The Wave Of Challenge

    Stress is the body's response to changes that create challenging demands, but it’s not always a bad thing. It can often be a source of motivation and a necessary component for survival. However, excessive or prolonged periods of stress can be bad for our health.

    Stress can take hold in a number of different forms

    • Heart palpitations, headaches, and excessive sweating are all physical symptoms of stress.
    • Psychologically, stress can present itself through bad dreams and broken sleep, irritability, lack of confidence, and depression.
    • Stress can aggravate an existing illness and make you …

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