Inflammation is a massive issues in our communities and in society at present. According to the National Library of Medicine “Worldwide, 3 of 5 people die due to chronic inflammatory diseases like stroke, chronic respiratory diseases, heart disorders, cancer, obesity, and diabetes.” That is a staggering amount. This means that in a group of 10 of […]
Listen to this Podcast with Nina and her two accountability partners Chris and Louise
When we get this habit of easeful living, life, with all its ups and downs happens. We don’t get wrapped up in the drama, we can see past the confusion and disappointment and we can go beyond. We don’t ignore the hurt and pain, we don’t pretend everything is all butterfly and roses, but we learn to skilfully navigate our being into a space of calm, serenity and honesty. A place where we can be ourselves truthfully and peacefully. A place where we can just be. Where we can be at ease.
I must say, one thing that I have improved on tremendously so far is meal prep. I’m the kind of person who used to work, work, work and then all of a sudden realize I hadn’t eaten anything, was starving and then open the fridge and start grabbing what ever was accessible (which used to mean left over cookies, cakes, yoghurt, bread) any thing that was easy and anything that would be quick.
This is usually a fairly simple habit for Yogis – eating a plant-based diet or eating more of a plant-based diet than not. It’s not about being or going vegetarian, the pros or cons on that. It’s more about how much variety can you add to your die
I am so excited to be sharing my Yoga Health Coaching Journey with you.
Currently I am part of the Yoga Healer Body Thrive group as well as Training to become a Yoga Health Coach through Cate Stillman’s work. I am loving it!
I have gained so much insight into the super basic principles of Ayurveda and how to start implementing them with ease.