In Ayurveda, we look at our digestion as a marker of our immunity. If we are digesting food and life experiences well, it means that we are reasonably healthy. Our inner digestive fire is known as our Agni, the Sanskrit word for fire; and it is our work in life to keep our Agni balanced, well fired and happy.
While healing from minor foot surgery, I practice yoga to heal and restore energy in my body. Check out this routine, inspired by Blissology to create vitality, happiness and healing.
When we create a routine or what I call a ritual, we start to create points of recognition for ourselves in our day, which help to anchor us, physically, but also mentally and emotionally.
We have now been “living” in Bali since mid February. Almost nine months. And while it’s offered us countless beautiful sunsets, memorable surfs, visits to the tropical jungles and waterfalls and time to kindle new friendships and renew old ones; it has also been a place where we have continuously shape-shifted to adapt our work…
Like so many of us, I’ve been watching this wild unfolding we are collectively experiencing in our world with a constant feeling of being on edge. Of stepping into the unknown and not knowing what is to come. In fact, it has taken me the last few weeks to begin to arrive at a place…
The Bliss List. Here are our favorite yogi friendly, healthy and delish cafes in the hipster yogi, surf haven of Canggu, Bali. Namaste!!!
MARIE KONDO YOGA: How the decluttering guru got into my yoga teaching head, the fullness of life and how and where I find creative inspiration to teach YOGA.
You know those days when everything comes together in a cohesive, integrated way and you begin to trust that there are no coincidences in life, simply events that align, once we open up to the possibility of alignment?
Once there was a busy mama and yoga teacher who realized that in her goal of always cooking healthy, delicious meals for her family that she had forgotten to bake any treats for a long long time, well since Christmas. :-). And so she magically created a little more time one busy morning, when she ought to have been doing more practical things like organizing her teaching calendar and getting her son to school right on time (he made it, thanks to Dad), and she decided to fill the kitchen with the aroma of fresh baked apples with some spice.
The old ways are the new ways to regaining our health and wellbeing in a world of busy-ness, intensity and continuous multi-tasking. Learn how to live in flow with the natural rhythms of day and night with insights from the ancient wellbeing science of Ayurveda and live your life with more radiance, flow and joy. This is gold! 🙂