- Simple: yes, start simple: look at what your goal or focus is for this year, and start off by adding a little at a time into your routine. This year I'm focused on my wellness routine, I've started with looking at what I do now and what areas I need to work on.
- Review the patterns, or routine you have set up now.
- What can you change, what would you change
- what is your goal, focus
- healthy eating, balanced space, self care
- what steps can I take to make this routine a long term change
- check in with your family for support, find groups to join to help with your goal, set time aside for self
- find friends, or a group that is making the same change
- take a yoga class
- find a mediation class
- reconnect with friends that have goals or focus that is in the same direction.
I get this question a lot, or I hear - Ayurveda is to complicated. Yes, Ayurveda can be complicated, but I don't feel it should be and doesn't have to be.
Lets dive into Ayurveda.
First, how did I get to Ayurveda, lets go back a little ways. In 2006, I started my training at the Maharishi Ayurveda Center in Lancaster, MA. I had just finished a program at Dana Farber with Energy work and massage for cancer clients, when I started the training at the Ayurvedic center. The similarities between the two made for the perfect transition. Both looked at the importance of balance, digestion, proper sleep and the positive outlook of the emotions. As I dove into Ayurveda it was clear that being in balance with yourself and your environment effected every element of health. This was the beginning of a path in a holistic lifestyle.
Ayurveda, lets dive deeper.
Ayurveda is one of the oldest known healing systems dating back thousands of years to India. This system was …