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Posted on 17 September, 2018
Part 1 - The path of equanimity Change can be really exciting - a time of new energy, new growth and anticipation, but it is also inherently unstable. That sense of “not knowing” can make us feel uncertain about what’s coming next in our lives. Although change is a natural phenomenon, for example we see the seasons constantly changing around us, the moon circling the earth, the water evaporating and returning as rain… There are, in fact, very few things in the manifest world that are in any way stable or permanent. Some things like stone and metal may take longer to dissolve and melt away than others, but inevitably everything that is manifest around us is subject to the laws of nature. Now, don’t we want to be in control of our lives? To feel empowered and create our destiny in life… ... more
Posted on 1 August, 2018
  One of the most famous sequences that everyone knows, across all styles of yoga, is Surya Namaskara. Why?... more
Posted on 11 May, 2018
I always experience an upsurge of joy when I see signs of spring, especially after a harsh winter. I’ve been asking myself... more
Posted on 29 March, 2018
Knowing which fats and oils to eat (and which to avoid) has become ever more confusing. There have been so many different... more
Posted on 29 March, 2018
Did you know there's such a thing as waking up at the perfect time each morning for your unique constitution (dosha)?... more
Posted on 29 March, 2018
Take time to relax and centre your body and mind. You can use this short, 20 minute meditation to find a place of deep... more
Posted on 12 March, 2018
Brain health is definitely the topic of the day. With the number of people with dementia in the UK forecast to rise to... more
Posted on 31 January, 2018
For most of us, a long day on our feet or concentrating on a computer screen can leave us feeling drained and exhausted.... more
Posted on 25 January, 2018
What if your mind could reach the shores of your body and turn your consciousness inward,  to explore the true experience of... more
Posted on 18 January, 2018
Keeping on track with your goals and resolutions is a powerful way to ensure you have a great life in the upcoming months... more
Posted on 14 January, 2018
Chandra Goswami introduces you to Ayurveda's cellular health - literally, from the inside out!  Some of... more
Posted on 2 January, 2018
For many of us it’s been a challenging year. We’ve seen political turmoil, economic uncertainty and environmental... more
Posted on 4 June, 2017
When humanity sets out to create unity the results are awesome. In fact when you look at the statistics, 99% of the world is... more
Posted on 25 May, 2017
I spent two months at the Dru Yoga Centre in Snowdonia, Wales and I can say those two months were life changing… As a... more
Posted on 26 April, 2017
Making digestion a science and an art Can these top ten ayurvedic tips help you to feel in tip top shape?  Make warm... more
Posted on 17 March, 2017
There are as many weight loss plans and theories as there are people eating!! This health tip looks at  – the gut or small... more
Posted on 14 March, 2017
How often do we tell ourselves we'll keep a daily meditation practice going, but it’s so easy to simply fall out of the... more
Posted on 8 March, 2017
Embrace flow  One of my favourite principles of life is that change is the only changeless law. One way to accept the... more
Posted on 5 March, 2017
Let me introduce you to chyawanprash – an ancient Indian elixier. The history of chyawanprash It is believed that the... more
Posted on 9 February, 2017
Join us on another journey to the supermarket whilst we discover the world of kapha, with the fantastic Keith Squires! Last... more
Posted on 6 February, 2017
Continuing our exploration of the doshas, we join Keith Squires again, on your favourite supermarket trip. This time we are... more

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