Mini Monograph of the Month, turmeric

It’s a thing!This is Curcuma Longa, better known as turmeric. From the Zingiberaceae family. The part of the plant used is the rhizome. It has a long history as a therapeutic in Ayurveda and Chinese medicine to aid with digestion and liver protection, considered cornerstones of good health. Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory which may…… Continue reading Mini Monograph of the Month, turmeric

How to Include Ayurveda into your Lifestyle for Optimum Wellbeing

A little while ago we were honoured to feature a small article contribution to Miiko’s consistently inspiring posts, sharing some of the basic principles of Ayurveda to support your wellbeing this time of year. Find the article on their journal here.

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Elderberry Fae

So it turns out I’ve been walking with quite a few plants this month, this with essays to write and research to process and Materia Medica to study and the plants that visit me of their own accord making their voice loud enough to be heard and seen (love you longtime Rose). Earlier in the…… Continue reading Elderberry Fae

The Three Cauldrons

The kind of cauldron you want… In the belly sits The Cauldron of Warming, low in your gut, as a visceral energy at your base. It encapsulates the wellbeing of your body and could be linked to the lower chakras from Ayurveda or the lower tan tien of Chinese medicine. It rules your sense of…… Continue reading The Three Cauldrons

The Island

The imagery of the island has been with me a long while and especially showing up during lockdown, in a good way. So I thought I’d put pen to paper to decipher what it means to me and what the message is. All good stories have an Island, at least the ones I’ve read. My…… Continue reading The Island

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The Triple Warmer & The Strange Flows

Ella Annaheim Photography Energy psychology is based on the meridians, the energy pathways used in acupuncture. It stems from negative emotions being the result of disruption in the body’s energy system and how to unblock the flow. Our body’s immune system has two complementary aspects at an energy level known as the triple warmer and…… Continue reading The Triple Warmer & The Strange Flows

Yoga SocialEat

I am beyond excited to announce that my soulful friend Sharon and I are launching Yoga SocialEat, and our first date in June! Sunday 23 June, 5pm at Coast. Surf + Moto in partnership with new nourishment food concept cafe Miiko. Read about it below or book on Eventbrite here: Yoga SocialEat Bookings. Yoga SocialEat…… Continue reading Yoga SocialEat

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The Bowl Of Light

There is an ancient Hawaiian founding story that each of us comes into the world with a bowl of light. A light that is our true essence of grace and love, but as we grow through experiences things happen. We get hurt and we judge our experience of life as bad, we become fearful or…… Continue reading The Bowl Of Light

Fallow Times & Seedlings

Everyone has cycles of energy just as Nature is in a constant energy cycle. Winter is the obvious fallow season where the Earth and trees are bare but much life is building underground getting ready for Spring shoots. Everything has a beginning and a middle, and everything has an end until the wheel turns again.…… Continue reading Fallow Times & Seedlings

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A Disco Ball That Packs A Punch, recipe inside

Simple to make and full of flavours these energy balls are great to keep in your bag, lunchbox or for when the kids get home. Use them whenever you need that little bit of natural energy boost but don’t want to load your digestive system.  They are moreish though and will patch up energy leaks…… Continue reading A Disco Ball That Packs A Punch, recipe inside