Ayurvedic Tips for Holiday Travel At last, we can go on proper holidays again – maybe even abroad! The mere thought of holidays is a real psychological boost – even more so this year, after the restrictions imposed by the pandemic. Yet, remember those traffic jams, long delays, cancelled flights, unpredictable weather and being back in amongst crowds again. Holiday travelling can easily become miserable. Yet, getting away from it [...]
For many of us, November and December are among the busiest months of the year. From whirlwind office parties and family gatherings to last-minute travel and sometimes frantic gift-shopping, the holiday season can often be as stressful—and exhausting—as it is joyful! Conversely, if you’re spending this season on your own, you might find yourself feeling like you are missing out.
Yoga is becoming very popular around the world. While many view yoga as a gentler way to exercise, most long-time practitioners realize that yoga is not just physical - it creates balance in mind, emotions and consciousness as well. And they are starting to realize that yoga shares the same origin and goal as ayurveda, the traditional Vedic system of health care.
[fusion_separator top_margin="5" bottom_margin="5"][/fusion_separator] An Early Day Motion has been tabled in the UK Parliament calling for Yoga on the NHS – please encourage your MP to support it. An Early Day Motion has been tabled by Virendra Sharma MP for Ealing Southall on International Yoga Day urging the introduction of Yoga into the National Health Service. To support this Early Day Motion, write to your local MP. Find out who your [...]