Welcoming Kapha Season

Welcoming Kapha Season

            In the Northern Hemisphere we are moving from the Vata season to the Kapha season. In temperate climates, you will notice the subtle changes that come with the second half of winter. With any shift in season, there are steps you can take to stay balanced...
Cosmetics and Toxic Ingredients

Cosmetics and Toxic Ingredients

            An Ayurvedic saying is, “If you cannot eat it, you don’t want to put it on your skin.” This old saying rings true when looking at the modern threats the cosmetic industry poses to both men and women’s health.             In Ayurveda food is your medicine!...
Daily Routine In Winter

Daily Routine In Winter

“Each morning, we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.” – Anonymous.             Do you ever feel like you’re running around all day and don’t have time for yourself? Or is it hard to get out of bed? A daily routine is very important in Ayurveda to...
Supporting Mental Health in Winter

Supporting Mental Health in Winter

            The hustle and bustle of the holiday celebrations are over. For many people, Christmas and New Years are their favorite time of year, as it is the time of gathering, giving, and receiving. But according to a recent survey, 88% of Americans say that it is...
Welcoming Winter!

Welcoming Winter!

            As we celebrate the 2021 Winter Solstice, we also welcome the first day of winter! Tis the season for citrus, soups, blankets, and all things that keep you warm. Reflection is another common theme for this part of the year. The long, extended nights...
Transitioning to Winter

Transitioning to Winter

            During winter, the cold and the wind begins to dry out the land. This is often reflected in our bodies, throats, and sinuses. This can lead to colds and flus as excess mucus is produced by the body to defend dryness, To combat the drying effects of winter...