Winter Cleanse

Winter Cleanse

Winter Cleanse…Release, Relax, Reset

Do you just want to feel better and start off the New Year with a jump start? Then now is the time!

Join Ayurveda Wellness Healing in a guided, at-home 7-day Winter Cleanse.
*January 22 – 28, 2017

Kick-Off Conference Call (We ship anywhere)
Wednesday, January 11 at 8pm EST
In-person Meeting
Wednesday, January 18 at 6:30pm EST (our office)

Winter is a great time of year for a cleanse but not just a cleanse but one that also helps to rejuvenate the body and mind.

Seasonal cleansing rids our bodies of all sorts of toxins, pollutants, harb chemicals, pesitcides, and any other Ama (toxic residue) that our physical body has accumulated over the holiday period. Cleanses will help to purify and tone the internal organs, cells, and tissues of the body, flushing out impurites that aren’t serving us.

Ask yourself the following quesitons:
* Have you been feeling more sluggish and tired lately
* Is your energy level just isn’t what it used to be
* After you eat, all you want to is take a nap
* Is your thinking as clear and sharp as you’d like
* Do you have a heavy coating on your tongue
* Do you have foul body, breath and/or stool order
* Are you experiencing indigestion and excessive flatulence
* Do you have body aches
* Is your mind foggy

An Ayurvedic cleanse focuses on resetting that digestive fire, allowing it to rest and strengthen. The detoxifying nature also supports the body’s own natural mechanisms to remove built up toxins from the body. It’s a bit like cleaning out the pipes when the drain gets clogged, or hopefully even before the drain gets clogged.

Included in cleanse:
Kick-Off conference call or In-person meeting
6 meals
Cleanse Supplements
Cleansing Tea
Email and/or phone support

Investment: $108.00 (Includes shipping for out of town clients)

**If call date or cleanse dates do not fit your schedule contact us and we will accomodate your schedule.

To sign up or to answer any questions, please
email: or
call: 978-395-1234

Healing blesings in health…
Kim, Lynn and Wyndee

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”¬†


Imagine the look on their face…

Imagine the look on their face…


Imagine the look on their face when they receive a gift certificate for Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC!!
Give the gift that keeps on giving and take the stress out of the upcoming holiday season with an Ayurveda Wellness Healing gift certificate. We offer Skype, phone and in person sessions.
* Massage Therapy
* Reiki
* Reflexology
* Marma Point Balancing
* Ayurvedic Cooking Classes
* Private Consultations
* Seasonal Workshops
* Seasonal Cleanses
Contact us at: or 978.395.1234

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health” ūüôā


Healthy Hummus

Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit

Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit

‘Healthy Hummus’¬†–

Hummus has its roots¬†in¬†the Middle East as ‘Hummus bi tahini.’ Hummus typically is made by combining¬†cooked, pureed chickpeas (a legume) with tahini (sesame) paste, olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper. Other legumes* can be used in place of¬†chickpeas, such as soybeans, black-eyed peas and black beans.¬†Low-fat yogurt can be used instead of sesame paste.

* Legumes – “a class of vegetables that includes beans, peas and lentils ‚ÄĒ are among the most versatile and nutritious foods available. Legumes are typically low in fat, contain no cholesterol, and are high in folate, potassium, iron and magnesium. Legumes¬†also contain beneficial fats and soluble and insoluble fiber. A good source of protein, legumes can be a healthy substitute for meat, which has more fat and cholesterol.” ¬†(Source:¬†

Hummus is a source of healthy protein, carbohydrate, oil and fiber. **

** Keep in mind, even healthy foods require portion control for healthy weight! ** 

(1/4 cup/4 Tablespoons hummus = approx. 100 calories **)

Hummus: A Healthy Snack, Condiment, or Meal. Enjoy hummus as a dip with healthy vegetables such as carrots, peppers, celery, cucumbers, or squash. Make a healthy sandwich using hummus in place of mayonnaise. Add hummus to a salad for as a healthy protein.

Homemade Hummus and Other Healthy Recipes can be found in Cooking Light¬†–

For nutritional recommendations, consult a physician, chiropractor, nutritionist or dietitian.¬†Diane Dube, RD, LDN.¬†¬†Terri Smith, RD, LDN, CDE who has worked at the North Shore Medical Center’s (NSMC) Cardiac Rehabilitation and Heart & Wellness. Sue Miller, RD, LDN¬†at http://www.Metrowest¬†Melinda Vaturro, RN, LDN private practice in Stoneham and Tewksbury.¬†To Contact Addison Gilbert Hospital’s dietitians and diabetes educators –¬†–services/health-services/weight-management/weight-management-overview.

Join me for a lecture this Tuesday. April 21st at Dube Nutrition. 2 First Avenue, Centennial Park, Peabody MA. 6:30 pm Р8 pm. For Details/To Register: Email Diane Р

Stay tuned for upcoming¬†nutritional information from Licensed¬†Dietician and Diabetes Educator, Terri Smith, MA, RD,¬†CDE, from North Shore Medical Center’s Cardiac Rehabilitation.

Join me for a lecture this Tuesday. April 21st at Dube Nutrition. 2 First Avenue, Centennial Park, Peabody MA. 6:30 pm Р8 pm. For Details/To Register: Email Diane Р

Happy, Healthy Meal Planning!   ~ Karen

PS. Be sure not to confuse¬†‘Hummus,’¬†with ‘Humus’¬†– the dark, organic material that forms in soil when plant and animal matter decays. When plants drop leaves, twigs, and other material to the ground, it piles up. This material is called leaf litter.

~ ‘Humus, good for the soil. Hummus, good for the soul.’ ~ ¬†¬†ūüėČ


~ Enjoy a Happy & Healthy Weekend,    Karen

Karen Pischke B.S.N., R.N. Owner/Founder of Dreamtime Wellness‚ĄĘ ¬†Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit¬†¬†Find us on Facebook –¬†


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