Come join Tong Ren practitionerCraig Holmes as he facilitates this hour long healing class.
Tong Ren is a powerful healing energy treatment used to help people restore their health. It is based on the principle that many diseases are caused by physical blockages that interrupt the body’s natural flow of “chi”, the subtle bioelectricity we need to maintain the health of every cell and organ in our body. Tong Ren seeks to release these blockages, restoring the body’s natural ability to heal itself. The Tong Ren energy healing is an effective method to working your overall health and wellbeing but has been very effective with people with Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes , Parkinson Disease and other serious illnesses. The primary goal of the healing system, remove the blockages which interferes with the proper functioning of the body.
Come Join our Tong Ren Healing class for general healing. This class is open to the public and we invite anyone who wishes to participate to come and join and learn more about Tong Ren.
No experience is required and class is free, however consider a suggested $10 donation to help maintain the class space.
For more information please call Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLCat 978-852-0066 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall is Vata season…think dry, cold, light, rough, sharp and mobil. Similar to the weather and it is a time when many show signs of Vata aggravation keeping us busy at Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC!
Signs of Imbalance include:
Anxiety, nervousness, loneliness, fear, restlessness, giddiness and confusion. The excess vata in the mind can also leave you feeling like you can’t calm down or on edge. Your mind may race, have interrupted sleep, forgetfulness and lack of grounding. It left unchecked, it can lead to insomnia and depression to name a few.
Physical signs include:
Twitches, tics, tremors, spasms, dry skin, constipation, bloating, gas, dry hard stools. You may dislike wind and cold and not tolerate loud noise.
A few tips:
Warm, whole, freshly cooked foods.
Add a generous amount of high-quality oils or ghee when cooking.
Dry and light foods (popcorn, crackers)
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2 Stalks Celery, roughly chopped
2 Green Apples, peeled and roughly chopped
1/2 cup Milk
1/2-cup Vegetable stock, or water
1/2 teaspoon Cumin powder
1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon Powder
Salt and Pepper, to taste
To begin making the Apple Celery Soup, melt the butter in a saucepan. Add in the chopped celery root and the apples.
Sprinkle some salt and sauté until the celery and the apple turn a little soft.
Keep the saucepan partially covered so the steam that gets generated helps them to cook faster.
Stir in the remaining ingredients and add it to the blender. If you don’t have a blender that can’t take in heat, then wait for the mixture to cool before you can blend it.
Blend the apple celery soup mixture in the blender until smooth.
Pour the soup back into the saucepan and check for the salt and pepper levels. Adjust to suit your taste.
When you are ready to serve the soup, give the soup a quick boil
Spring is know as Kapha season through the lens of Ayurveda and we need to help ourselves by eating foods that will help lift the fog, dampness and break up mucus.
Cilantro calms our immune sensitivity to pollen. It is hypoallergenic and cools the liver.
Mint refreshes the mind, disperses dullness and lifts the fog. It breaks up mucus and fluid stagnation in the lungs, throat and sinuses. Mint and cilantro are both diuretics with the potential to drain excess water via the urinary tract. Raw onions have a cleansing effect on the liver and a laxative effect in the GI. Wild onions, a common weed, are a great addition to the spring time menu.
Cilantro Mint Chutney:
Makes about 2 cups
• 2 cups packed fresh cilantro sprigs
• 1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
• 1/2 cup chopped white onion
• 1/3 cup water
• 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
• 1 teaspoon chopped fresh small green chiles, such as serrano or Thai, including seeds, or to taste
• 1 teaspoon sugar
• 3/4 teaspoon salt, or to taste
Ginger helps to relieve dizziness and nausea. Studies have shown that it may even be more effective that over-the-counter medications. You can use ginger in the form of supplements. You can also prepare a ginger tea by adding a half inch piece of ginger root to boiling water. Sipping on some ginger ale or chewing on ginger candy is also helpful in treating dizziness.
• When you start feeling dizzy, practice deep breathing. Inhale slowly and take in more air during each breath. This helps to soothe the nerves and alleviates stress.
The ancient wisdom passed on as Ayurveda text stipulates Ayurveda massage as comparable to oiling of the wheels of a chariot, which augments the working and benefits the chariot.
Similar is the effect of Ayurveda massage therapy on the human body. Ayurveda massages render thorough relaxation to the mind and the central nervous system. Also, when Ayurveda massage is undertaken customarily, this simple practice lays down the foundation of strong immune system.
Contact Ayurveda Wellness Healing to book your appointment today.
Pour the quart of boiling water over the mint leaves. Cover and let steep for 20 minutes. Strain the tea into a pitcher or glass jar. Add cool water sweeteners. If you are adding honey, make sure the water has cooled down first. This is a great drink for aiding digestion. Drink at room temperature for maximum assimilation. Remember that iced and chilled drinks dampen our digestive fires, making it difficult to properly digest our food.
As we sit quietly, take a deep breath in, hold for a bit and then gently exhale, do this 3-5 times. Feel your body relax, now gently close your eyes and let your breath relax as well. Sit for as little as 5 minutes, it’s not so important on how long but how often. No matter where, time of day or length just “do” everyday and just maybe you too will have a butterfly come visit 💜
We leave you with this quote:
“Live does not happen to us, it is only responding to us” 💕