It’s official—summer is over. While half-days on Fridays be over at the office, just because the weather’s getting cooler doesn’t mean you can’t keep enjoying nature. Not only do fall harvests taste delicious, but there’s plenty of delicious fall food that’s also skin food. Read our quick fall transition guide.
By understanding and working with your dosha, you can help facilitate the mind’s dialogue with the body and reawaken your body’s natural intelligence system
True skin health comes from so much more than just what you put on top of it – it’s about what you’re putting into your body and how you’re handling your mind.
Our thoughts, minds, and bodies are all connected and for effective treatment of our whole selves, we have to address all three.
There are many reasons we’re lucky to call Boston our home but autumn on the East Coast is definitely near the top of the list.
Fall is officially here, and with it, lazy beach days and easy routines give way to warm layers and hot coffee. The transition can throw us off balance and here is where Ayurveda comes in.
Natural oils have been used for hundreds of years in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for their potent healing properties. Today, they’re reclaiming their place in the spotlight.
Though it’s definitely a daunting prospect, especially in the morning, the pros far outweigh the cons in our book. Here’s our case for why you should hop in a cold one this summer – and even make it a regular habit.
Summer is a time for adventure and exploration but getting grounded is also an essential part of staying mindful. From waking to working, here’s what I’ve been doing these summer mornings to get present and stay grounded.
I find that the more time I spend in nature and in tune with the rhythms and cycles of the natural world, the easier it becomes to stay mindful and remain present from moment to moment. What better way embrace all that nature has to offer than by sleeping under the stars?