East Meets West Springtime Tea

One of my favourite things about working with ancient Ayurveda and modern wellness, is that when you combine the best of both, magic starts to happen. This simple tea recipe combines locally picked herbs native to the UK, with Ayurvedic staples like cinnamon, cardamom and fennel seed.  Just as with Ayurveda and holistic health, there’sContinue reading “East Meets West Springtime Tea”

Soothing Herbal Blend: With Chamomile, Calendula, Oats & Liquorice

I have a lot of clients and students who have Pitta-related issues. No, not issues related to eating too much pitta bread, but issues relating to an accumulation of the Ayurvedic Pitta dosha. ‘Pitta’ is the energy of heat, fire, and digestion. When in balance, a Pitta-type person will feel logical, sharp-minded, focused, driven andContinue reading “Soothing Herbal Blend: With Chamomile, Calendula, Oats & Liquorice”

Ayurveda & Karma: Conscious Actions For Better Results In Life & Health

For every action, there is a reaction…. In this blog, you’ll understand how our actions have a direct impact on our wellbeing, and how over time, our everyday habits can build up to create an internal environment that either encourages health or disease within us. Dive in, and perhaps contemplate the reflective questions too. OneContinue reading “Ayurveda & Karma: Conscious Actions For Better Results In Life & Health”

Coconut Oil-Pulling Pops

If your 2021 new year’s resolution was to look after your health and wellbeing a little more, this is a simple way to care for your mouth, digestive tract, and essentially your entire body! Especially for those who identify as ‘Pitta’ types, these oil pulling pops are a daily self-care tool that can help youContinue reading “Coconut Oil-Pulling Pops”

Tulsi Latte Recipe

When it comes to dealing with day-to-day stress, what we eat and drink can play a huge role. Adaptogens are natural herbs and remedies that literally help the body and mind ‘adapt’ to stress. They reduce excess cortisol, help balance hormone levels, improve attention and endurance, and help nourish the adrenals. To read more onContinue reading “Tulsi Latte Recipe”

The 3 Ayurvedic Mind-Body Types

CLICK HERE to skip straight to the blog. As many of us have spent more time at home and in our own company over the past several months, perhaps this has encouraged more self-reflection. Have you been prioritising self-care? Do you feel ‘balanced’ and ‘harmonised’ in life? How do you feel from season-to-season, and atContinue reading “The 3 Ayurvedic Mind-Body Types”

Miracle Mask For Dry Winter Skin

This is such a simple yet effective DIY face mask, and can transform dry, irritated skin to smooth, moisturised loveliness in just 15 minutes! The ingredients in this recipe are all nourishing, rejuvenating, hydrating and gentle. You’ll have enough in this recipe to use a few times, or to share with someone who also needsContinue reading “Miracle Mask For Dry Winter Skin”

New Recipe E-Book Out Today! Get 50% off this weekend

I’m excited to share with you my newest recipe e-book, full of tonics, teas and natural remedies! Many of the recipes use seasonal ingredients that you’ll find out and about right NOW too! This recipe e-book is a result of years of researching, experimenting, creating and enjoying natural remedies. In this book, you’ll find overContinue reading “New Recipe E-Book Out Today! Get 50% off this weekend”

Book Review: What It Means To Be A Woman by Jacqueline Pirtle

After reading Jacqueline’s 365 Days Of Happiness, it was clear that when it comes to living a life of joy and meaning, she’s truly dedicated. As a holistic practitioner, speaker and bestselling author, Jacqueline is well – versed in the world of mindfulness and self-care, which means even more when you read about the hardships and incrediblyContinue reading “Book Review: What It Means To Be A Woman by Jacqueline Pirtle”

Breaking & Completing The Stress Cycle

The Stress Cycle Stress has become a household word, and something we not only talk about regularly, but have come to expect regularly. Stress has become the number one cause of workplace disability, and in the past year alone, 74% of people have been so stressed they’ve felt overwhelmed or unable to cope, according to statisticsContinue reading “Breaking & Completing The Stress Cycle”