Big congratulations to one of our Co-owners, Kim Sardo, who is now a Level 2 Reiki Practitioner. Contact her if you or a distant loved one needs healing 🙏🏻💙
“Blockage is disease/Flow is health” 🙂
Tomorrow is the Great American Smoke-Out!
Smoking Remains the #1 Preventable Cause of Disease in the United States. Smoking negatively affects every body system. Thanks to the efforts of the American Cancer Society and American Heart Association, fewer people are still smoking.
The Good News: Within minutes of smoking your last cigarette, your body begins to recover and heal:
There are Immediate Benefits to Stopping:
20 Minutes After Stopping – Your heart rate and blood pressure drop.
Within a Few Days of Stopping:
You Look and Feel Better and Are Healthier as a NON-Smoker!
Stopping smoking helps stop the damaging effects of tobacco that can cause premature wrinkling of your skin, gum disease, and tooth loss.
Within a few months your circulation and breathing improve, and Much More! More Health Benefits
Happy and Proud to Be Smoke-FREE! Free of the Worry … Free of the Fear … Free of the Stigma … Free of the Danger that went along with smoking.
How’s your sleep? Do you have a bedtime routine that is helping or hurting you from a good nights rest?
Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC encourages you to embrace an Ayurvedic Bedtime Routine by being in bed by 10pm.
To make that happen:
Turn off the TV at least an hour before bed.
Resist online anything—shopping, Twitter, Facebook, news gathering, or working.
Use that extra hour for self-reflection, journaling, restorative yoga, or meditation.
Treat yourself to a foot massage. Rub lavender-scented warm sesame oil on your feet and pull on a pair of old socks.
Put on your favorite deep relaxation CD or yoga nidra CD (earlier in the day) to help you practice resting and to take the edge off the nervous system. Doing yoga nidra too close to bedtime could refresh your energy instead of moving you into deep sleep.
Make yourself some warm milk laced with special sleep-inducing herbs. Pour 4 to 6 ounces of milk (organic) into a saucepan, along with a pinch or two of cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, and saffron, and a teaspoon of ghee, and simmer for about three minutes. Remove from the heat and let set for a minute or so. Add raw honey to taste—either more than or less than a teaspoon. Bottoms up!
“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”
Are you anxious, tense, stiff, tight or sore to name a few?
Experts estimate that ninety percent of disease is stress related, and nothing ages us faster than high stress.
That’s where Massage Therapy becomes important in our lives, in our healthcare. It may not eliminate all of your anxieties and pressures, but massage can help to manage stress.
Community Reiki Share November 5th.
5:15 pm – 8:15 pm at the Manchester Community Center. 40 Beach St. Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA. On the MBTA Train line. Convenient Parking. Wheelchair accessible.
Reiki Sessions ‘By Donation.’ $20.00 suggested donation. ($10.00 for Seniors, Veterans, those in treatment for cancer.)
Together We Can Do More. Partnering with charitable causes to help others in need.
Thinking of our friends with family members in Puerto Rico and Saint John – a portion of our proceeds are donated to the ongoing efforts for hurricane relief.
“God puts rainbows in the clouds so that each of us, in the dreariest and most dreaded moments, can see a possibility of hope.” ~ Maya Angelou
Advance Register – Email: email@example.com or call 978-283-4258.
Join Us in helping to bring ‘peace, comfort and calm’ to those in need.
Looking for something to try for lunch or dinner? Fall is a perfect time of year to eat root veggies. So let’s get creative and bring a breakfast staple into the day
Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC loves Squash Pancakes as they are easy to make help us to stay balanced in the dryness of Fall and Winter.
Prep: 20 min
Cooking time: 5 min
Cooking Tip: Cook the pancake on a cast iron pan – it won’t stick.
1 c rice flour
1/4 c cream of rice
1 medium piece of squash
3 tbsp olive oil
1/4 c of grated coconut
1/2 tsp salt
3/4 to 1 c of water
2 tbsp of chopped cilantro
Wash the squash and grate it.
In a large mixing bowl mix rice, cream of rice, grated squash, grated coconut, cilantro, salt and 1 tbsp oil. Mix all the ingredients very well. Add water to make a thick batter. Let it sit for 15-20 minutes. Heat a cast-iron skillet or non-stick frying pan. With your hands, take some batter and place it on the pan. With repeated strokes, using your fingers spread the batter into 3/4 cm thick round pancake. Cook for two minutes. Flip the pancake over and cook for another three minutes.
Serve warm…add some chutney on top or eat as is and add some warm arugula or spinach as a side. Enjoy!
“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”