Meet Lynn Connor – LMT

Meet Lynn Connor – LMT

Lynn Connor– LMT- Started her career in body work in NYC over 30 years ago at the well known New York Athletic Club. After graduating from the Swedish Institute for Health and Massage, she worked with many of the dancers on and off Broadway and made a name for herself in this circle. Lynn is a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals and is licensed and certified in the following therapies: Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Reiki, Abhyanga and Marma Point Balancing and Reflexology. Lynn also is a Certified Yoga Teacher, she completed her training with YogaSpirit®, and shares it with her clients to help them reduce stress and tension in their everyday life.

Lynn is also one of the co-owners of Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC and is ready to take your appointment. Call and book your appointment and watch your stress and worries melt away.

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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Restorative Meditation Workshop THIS SUNDAY with Silvie and Katie at NSRY

Restorative Meditation Workshop THIS SUNDAY with Silvie and Katie at NSRY

Join Silvie Lockerova and Katie Schroeder for an evening ceremony of deep healing. Open to deep relaxation through restorative yoga and journey into a heart opening meditation using guided visualization, energy work and cleansing for the mind, body and heart.  No experience necessary and all props provided.

Silvie Lockerova is a master reiki healer and meditation teacher bringing her deep wisdom and experience to all her teachings. Katie Schroeder is owner of NSRY and leads Restorative Yoga workshops that support deep relaxation in the mind, body and heart. This workshop is a very special blend of therapy for the body, calm for the mind and breaking open to the heart of what matters as we begin this New Year.

$35 Sunday, January 14 6:30-8PM at North Shore Restorative Yoga

Register at www.nsryoga.com

 

Restoring Calmness ~

Restoring Calmness ~

Restoring calmness in our lives is essential in staying balanced through the lens of Ayurveda.

Take a moment to jot down a few things that help you to feel relaxed, calm and/or peaceful.

Here are a few of Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC favorite things to staying balanced in mind, body and spirit:

Meditation
Yoga
Breathing
Photography
Reading
Knitting
Walking outdoors
Cooking

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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Get up and move…

Get up and move…

Get up and move

Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC knows exercise improves the circulation of blood, which transports oxygen and nutrients to every cell.

If you do not have enough movement your metabolism slows and becomes inefficient, causing poor digestion and elimination. Our minds become foggy.

So start today…”Get up and move

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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Almond Milk Chai ~

Almond Milk Chai ~

Almond Milk Chai…one of Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC favorites!

Sweet & hearty, almond milk chai is a rich and decadent treat on any winter’s eve. Aromatic spices bring cheer to the season. Serve at a holiday party as a healthy alternative to eggnog or hot cocoa.

Restore Peace & Tranquility

Almond milk’s cool, heavy sweetness creates a sensation of stability and calm as it nourishes your nervous system. After a night of insomnia, its liver nourishing qualities provide relief from lingering sleep deprived jitters. This almond drink is a great substitute to kick your coffee habit and replenish your adrenals. If the stress of the day leaves you feeling wiped – this drink is liquid comfort food that will help you decompress.

Soothes Your Digestive Tract

The creamy nature of almond milk, ghee and maple syrup soothes your digestive tract when you are inflamed. Almond milk’s cooling nature is a traditional remedy for ulcers and gastritis. Its demulcent, coating properties can also soothe a dry, irritated throat. For those suffering from lactose intolerance, a warm mug of almond chai is an excellent substitute that won’t cause digestive upset.

ingredients
1 c Almond Milk
1/4 tsp Cardamom
1/4 tsp Cinnamon
2 tsp Ghee
1/4 inch Ginger (Fresh)
1 tbsp Maple Syrup
2 pinch Nutmeg

Preparation:
Bring almond milk to a simmer, uncovered. Watch closely as milk starts to heat up, as almond milk overflows the pot if it boils. As soon as almond milk starts to simmer, remove from heat and add spices. Brew for 3-5 minutes and serve.

For a fresher, tastier result, make your own almond milk from scratch using this recipe.

Enjoy!!

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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The Three Phases of Life ~

The Three Phases of Life ~

THE THREE PHASES OF LIFE – By Vishnu Om

#Ayurveda is a preventative system of medicine and health care but also a guide to support you in optimal living.

How we choose to live our lifestyle will determine if we will incur disease or redirect it.

Our lifestyle should be a reflection of our life, and our life should be supported by choices that enliven us versus enslave us.

As we live according to the daily cycle, seasonal cycle, annual cycle, lunar cycle and life cycles, we can recycle the breath over and over again with more joy and less sorrow but ultimately more peace and ease.

Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC encourages you to be the red umbrella when faced with choices. Your health will thank you and so will those around you

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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Winter Solstice ~

Winter Solstice ~

Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC welcomes the Winter Solstice…

We are all deeply affected by the change of seasons, even if we often don’t notice or acknowledge it. It can affect us in so many ways, from our mood, to our energy levels and even our health and wellbeing.

We experience internal changes. These include craving heavier food, sluggish digestion, drier skin, a need for more hydration, feelings of sadness, melancholy and lethargy, and a desire to spend more time indoors and sleeping. These are all signs that we are out of balance. With some care and fundamental practices we can overcome these imbalances.

Knowing how to best support ourselves during these pivotal seasonal shifts is invaluable to our immunity and overall health. With mindfulness and the science of yoga, meditation and Ayurveda, we can nourish our bodies and minds and easily flow with these seasonal shifts.

Through the lens of Ayurveda, winter doesn’t need to be the ‘cold and flu season’, but rather a season to improve immunity – not only in the physical, but also in psychological and spiritual. Immunity is connected with digestion. When digestion is strong and the appetite is good, immunity is strengthened.

Minimize your intake of foods such as raw vegetables, salad greens and cold drinks. Think indoors, by the fire or under a warm blanket, eating warm, slow-cooked nourishing meals.

Here are a few tips:

* Ensure adequate sleep, with six to eight hours a night being the ideal. Avoid over sleeping, as this will promote sluggishness in the body

*Use pure essential oil to clear the air. Eucalyptus oil aids breathing and helps release congestion

*Get your daily dose of sunlight – take walks, gaze at the sun

* Tell the people you love that you love them, give hugs, and bring family, friends and communities together.

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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