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Panchakarma - an ayurvedic cleansing program

Elisa is a London based yoga instructor and just returned from a Panchakarma retreat in Kerala, India. Panchakarma is a self referral cleansing program… Read more

Ayurvedic Treatments: Ayurvedic Lifestyle

In order to follow a balanced and healthy life, Ayurveda suggests a specific daily routine for each individual. This is based on the individual’s basic… Read more

Understanding Kapha Dosha

Following from the last two issues, I would like to write in detail about Kapha in this issue. The Dosha Kapha is the last of the three Doshas in Ayurveda. Read more

Ama, the root cause of many diseases

In my busy practice I get many clients suffering from conditions like chronic constipation, IBS, certain auto immune conditions, various types of acne… Read more

Understanding Pitta Dosha

Following on from last issue’s article, I would like to write in detail about the Dosha Pitta. As we all know there are five natural elements: Space,… Read more

Understanding Vata Dosha - The principle of Movement

Ayurveda is the ancient Indian holistic medical system, based on achieving physical and mental harmony with nature, which has been practised for more than… Read more

What Does “Having It All” Really Mean and Is It Possible?

There has been a passionate, disorganized discussion over the last few months, on whether or not women can “have it all.” Anne-Marie Slaughter’s… Read more