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Ancient wisdom for modern living

Ancient wisdom for modern living

Introducing our resident Ayurvedic consultant, and honourary Monty employee, Supriya Ruparelia.  Over the years, Supriya has worked with a number of our staff to help us get our health back into balance and to live our best lives.  We asked Supriya to impart some of that wisdom to our Monty Monthly readers and here’s what she had to say…

What is Ayurveda?

“So many of us feel good but not great, there is a sneaking suspicion that we could have a little bit more energy, feel a little more balanced in our minds and feel a little more relaxed. Ayurveda has so many tools available to help you have a sense of well-being.

There are many trends around today that came from Ayurveda… think of turmeric lattes (or these days turmeric everything), intermittent fasting, nut milk, energy balls, herbalism, fermenting, broths, pro and pre-biotics, circadian rhythm, acupuncture, mindfulness, meditation the list goes on.

Believe it or not, it all comes from Ayurveda.

The reason for this is Ayurveda is the oldest medicinal system in the world, dating back some 5000 years.

Interestingly a lot of what was written back then is still relevant today and science is proving true what was written in those old texts giving people the confidence to apply it in their modern lives.”

How can you incorporate Ayurveda into your daily life?

Ask yourself these three simple questions:

Q1 Have you ever felt like your body is in balance and you’re eating the right foods to fuel you?
Q2. Have you ever had days that flow well, had a restful sleep where you wake feeling refreshed?
Q3 Have you been in stressful situations and felt like you’re able to deal with them well?

Ayurveda looks at three pillars and puts you on a path to help feel that way more often than not.

Now I’m a working mum with two kids and I often don’t get a full night’s sleep. I feel like I know firsthand how challenging it can be to incorporate new things into a very full life.

That’s why my approach to Ayurvedic principles is very practical. Over the coming months, I’m going to be giving you practical Ayurvedic tips that are easy enough for you to incorporate into your everyday life.

If you can’t wait till next month and are interested in learning more, please jump onto my website where I offer a free discovery call so you can learn how Ayurveda can help you get you back into balance.

Jess Vassett

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