warm winter’s chill with cinnamon

Though we are only officially a few weeks into winter, I already want to crawl under my blankets, wrap myself in fleece and dig out my heaviest wool sweaters.   When I hear the clank and hiss of our radiators,

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vata dinner recipes – find calm in the chaos with these dosha balancing meals..

If you liked the breakfast and lunch posts for the vata dosha, you’re going to love this edition of vata dinner recipes! Evening hours signal the end of a tiring day with most of us wanting to order in, but

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5 ways to eat like a yogi

Of course, you can practice yoga without following the eating guidelines of a yogi. But if you like, you can try a traditional yoga diet, or at least follow some of the tenets. This type of diet is thought to

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finish the day up strong with these hearty pitta dinner recipes

It’s dinner time for the happy folks with a dominant pitta dosha. Have you been trying all the amazing recipes we’ve posted? They’re designed keeping your dominant dosha in mind! Try them and tell us if they feel different than

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what is fascia and why you should know about it?

Gil Hedley, Ph.D., gives a lesson on the importance of movement and stretching to maintain the sliding properties of tissues in the body, as well as the value of bodywork modalities and yoga when movement potential has become inhibited. I recently

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dinacharya (part xi) Vyayama – Exercising in moderation; age, body type, strength and dosha all play factors

Art of healthy living – dinacharya Ayurveda insists that health of every individual is his own responsibility. One has to realise that health is the primary need of every individual without which there is not much an individual can achieve.

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dinacharya (part x) Vyayama – Exercise and its many benefits…

All human beings in this world are provided only twenty four hours in a day but, some find time to do most things while others grumble to be too busy with no time for even the routine activities. It is

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pitta lunch recipes: Balance your dosha with these tasty meals!

We’ve covered the basics of the pitta dosha and pitta diet previous posts. Let’s now create some effortless recipes that keep the pitta dosha balanced, and provide you with wholesome nutrition. Chicken in lemongrass and coconut sauce 2 chicken breasts

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vata lunch recipes – Balance your dosha with these easy to make and take to-go meals.

I hope you enjoyed the vata dosha breakfast recipes that were posted earlier. This week I’m sharing easy-to-put together and some make-ahead lunch recipes that keep the vata balanced, increase your productivity, and keep you happy. Stir-fried green beans in

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dinacharya (part ix) Abhyanga – application of oils for healthy skin and much more!

Continuing from my previous post in the series, let me touch upon an important activity which should ideally find a place in all our routines. Though known to most of us it is rarely practiced independently on a regular basis. 

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