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Secret to a happy relationship?

  So guess what's a really easy and unbelievably effective secret to a happy relationship? Well, a recent study of 38 couples found that just 15 minutes per day of massage significantly improved their relationships. And it might be surprising - that giving a massage was almost as beneficial as receiving - though it was in both giving and receiving that couples really saw the difference - with 90% of couples surveyed recommending mutual massage as very beneficial for the health of their relationship. ‘These findings show that massage can be a simple and effective way for couples to improve their physical and mental wellbeing while showing affection.’ said Sayuri Naruse, a visiting researcher at the University of Northumbria to...

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Say Goodbye to bloating - strengthen your Digestive Fire!

We are all probably aware the state of our digestion both impacts on and is reflective of, our state of mind. According to Ayurveda, the medicinal arm of yoga the quality of our digestion and the imbalances that can lead to digestive issues, are determined by our digestive Fire – or Agni. Ayurveda puts the mind-body connection at the centre of wellness and holds that the state of this Agni will determine the state of our bodily tissues In fact impaired Agni is viewed as the root of every imbalance. While Agni actually refers to the fire that digests all we take in – food, sensory stimulation, emotional triggers, the most obvious place to start is with what you eat – though...

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Ayurvedic balancing with Gandha

Ayurvedic Balancing Ayurveda is an ancient system of mind-body health. Its medicinal arm of Yoga. Yoga was outlined in the Vedas. It views medicine as much more that the treatment of disease – it offers a complete system of wellness. Ayurveda literally means science/knowledge/wisdom of life. As the name also suggests, it comes directly from the Vedas. Ayurveda is spoken of in the The Atharva Veda (the last of the 4 vedas) where it outlines a view of a constitution of the body along with diet, herbal treatments and breathing that brings the body into balance with our surroundings. It's important to note that Ayurveda differs greatly from western medicine in that it is primarily based on the principle of the...

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