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Special qualities of honey you didn’t know

When they first hear the Ayurveda rule “Don’t heat honey”, it comes as quite a shock for most people. Nearly everyone has put honey in their tea, or followed recipes using honey as a “healthy” substitute for sugar. But if you’ve hung out around Ayurveda even briefly,...

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New Year’s Kickoff: Your Best Self Workshop

Take time out to focus on your wellness goals. Susan will facilitate a practice to help you make getting how you want to look and feel achievable. Discover the essentials to make this achievable, so that you’re amazed at what was possible when you look back from New...

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Are you prepared for your best menopause decade?

If your reaction to the phrase “menopause decade” is dismay, sit down, let me pour you a cup of tea and let’s talk. When I say the “menopause decade”, I mean the 10 years before, during and after your bleeding stops. The technical definition of menopause is when you...

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Recipes for Winter

This winter, we have some delicious warm foods to keep you going and keep your body balanced. Enjoy! Sweet Plantain Guacamole Ingredients: 2 Tbsp. coconut oil 4 garlic cloves, minced 1 large brown plantain, peeled and diced  2 Tbsp. water 3 large avocados, cut in...

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Do you know how to use Lavender medicinally?

I love Lavender because it reminds me that even if you still struggle to make self-care a priority, you can always take little moments of self love. And so many little moments are inspired by lavender! It’s everywhere, from our soaps and shampoos to our eye pillows,...

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Recipes for November

November means winter is coming! Which means we have some lovely cool weather recipes for you this month!   Simple Butternut Squash Soup Ingredients: 1 (1kg or 2-2½lb) butternut squash, peeled, seeded, and diced 1 medium sweet onion, diced 700-950ml (3-4 cups)...

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Even capable people do better in groups

I used to be so independent. Independent in a bad way. I got independence confused with strength. I thought it meant I was capable. I was so independent I didn’t know how to reach out & get help when I needed it. It never even occurred to me. I was so independent...

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Herb of the Month – Asafoetida

I love, love, love this spice. If you have a bloated, puffy belly, and intestinal gas that’s either trapped, or moving out but pretty smelly, our herb of the month is going to be your best friend. It’s called hing, and you need to know about it! In Europe it’s a...

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