8 Dec, 2016

Shirodhara – Healing for the mind

By | December 8th, 2016|Ayurveda, Shirodhara|0 Comments

Shiro in Sanskrit means Head and Dhara means continuous flow or pouring of liquid. Shirodhara is an amazing therapy for the mind created by the masters 5000 years ago. The mesmerizing part of this treatment is that dripping liquid like a thread on the forehead while making internal changes and [...]

2 Dec, 2016

Diet during Menstruation

By | December 2nd, 2016|Ayurveda, Food & Diet|0 Comments

Last Updated: 23rd Sep. 2018 Diet during Menstruation In Ancient India, menstruations were considered very sacred. Women rested during these 3 to 5 days; they didn't cook, they didn't go out, they just relaxed and rested, as the body during menstruation goes through a lot. But in modern civilizations, many [...]

21 Nov, 2016

Aim of Ayurveda – not suppressing natural urges

By | November 21st, 2016|Ayurveda|0 Comments

According to Ayurveda, protecting the body is essential. If you do not take care of yourself, how can you take care of others? If you are healthy, you can give support to whoever needs it. Ayurveda talks about not controlling the natural urges, things such as: • Burping or belching [...]

16 Nov, 2016

Fear of Rejection

By | November 16th, 2016|Ayurveda, Fear of Rejection|0 Comments

Almost everyone is afraid of rejection. Fear of rejection is very common. There is always this question in the back of our mind, “Will I be accepted?” I too often felt the same way. So you are not alone. I want to share my story with you. When I was [...]

7 Nov, 2016

Energy Suckers or Leeches during massage therapy

By | November 7th, 2016|Ayurveda, Massage Therapy|0 Comments

Energy suckers or leeches are kind of folks who survive on other people’s energy. They can be found everywhere and in every walk of life. However, we cannot label these people as ‘bad’. The only problem for them and their surroundings is that they suffer from this defect that they [...]

31 Oct, 2016

Thai massage and its spiritual aspect

By | October 31st, 2016|Ayurveda, Thai Massage|0 Comments

Thai massage is a form of therapy created 3000 years ago, by the Indian Doctor Shivago. The doctor lived in India and followed the Buddhist tradition. He is believed to have been a great physician who, at some point, treated Buddha himself for his stomach disease. Traditional Thai massage, also [...]

28 Oct, 2016

The body is extension of our mind – part 1

By | October 28th, 2016|Bodywork|2 Comments

Our belief systems affect the way we see and feel ourselves and the world as a whole. Every thought that crosses our minds raises or decreases our vibration and overall state of health. The imbalance of each body part corresponds to a specific set of ideas that we have about [...]

17 Oct, 2016

Drinking ghee (clarified butter) on an empty stomach

By | October 17th, 2016|Ayurveda, Drink Ghee, Ghee|6 Comments

Last Updated: 15thOct. 2018 DRINKING GHEE (clarified butter) ON AN EMPTY STOMACH Drinking ghee – clarified butter, first thing in the morning helps to lubricate your joints. Your hair becomes soft and silkier, and your skin feels smoother.   According to the Ayurvedic Medicine, ghee lubricates every tissue and every [...]

10 Oct, 2016

My beautiful Agonda

By | October 10th, 2016|Agonda, Ayurveda|0 Comments

I stumbled upon this beautiful little village of Agonda in January 2012, and it was love at first sight. Even if I’d already had my massage therapy school in Pune since 2005, I followed my heart and decided to move to Agonda in November 2012. Within a month of coming [...]

3 Oct, 2016

How to Give Energizing Massages

By | October 3rd, 2016|Massage|0 Comments

  The technical knowledge required to do massage is relatively easy to grasp.  With some short term training courses anyone can learn the basic strokes and in turn, can teach people.  However, a complete understanding of the anatomy does take a little more in depth studying, and of course practice. An excellent massage therapy session that the client will experience as pleasurable, involves more than just technical precision.  It involves an exchange of energy.  In a way, by giving a simple massage, the therapist can easily pass on energy to the client so that the client –  after all is done – feels energized. […]