Spring Allergies

Spring Allergies


Spring is upon us with it’s warmth, sunshine and pollen!

One way to get a jump on spring allergies…Nasya Oil.

The nose is the direct route to the brain and also the doorway to consciousness. It is the entrance for prana, the life force, which comes into the body through the breath. Healthy uncongested breathing is important to ensure proper flow of prana throughout the head and body. When an excess of bodily fluids accumulates in the sinus, throat, nose or head areas, it is best eliminated through the nose. Administration of herbally infused oil, or nasya, helps facilitate this cleansing process. Nasya Oil soothes and protects the nasal passage while nourishing the tissues.

Nasya is especially helpful on days that are cold, dry, or windy, or when the air is dusty or full of pollen. Great for air travel where recycled air drys out the sinus passages.

Daily nasal lubrication helps to:
• release tension in the head
• relieve accumulated stress
• improve quality of voice
• strengthen vision
• promote mental clarity

Classically, nasya oil is part of a daily routine for this very reason.
Adding this to your daily routine takes no more than a minute and is as simple as placing three to five drops of the oil in each nostril every morning. You will experience an immediate heightened sense of clarity and freshness.

Contact Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC to order your bottle today and save 20% and make your transition into Spring a bit easier – flat rate shipping available:

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”


Ayurveda Spring Wellbeing Workshop ~

Ayurveda Spring Wellbeing Workshop ~

When:  Saturday, April 8

Time:  1:00 – 3:00pm

Where:  Trident Yoga, 214 Eastern Ave, Gloucester


Join Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC at Trident Yoga in Gloucester for informative and interative spring workshop through the lens of Ayurveda.

According to Ayurveda, spring is a KAPHA season, a mixture of earth and water elements. We know this because of its characteristics: wet, cold, heavy, dull, sticky, soft and firm. Too much Kapha leads to common springtime symptoms like congestions colds, flu, cough, sinus infections, sleepiness, and winter weight gain.

The mind can become dull and lose some of its winter sharpness. Common emotional problems are sadness, depression and over-attachment to the past.

Learn how to lessen Kapha’s effect on your health so you can feel great this spring!

Ayurveda is the ancient Indian way of living with vitality, good health and abundant happiness. The path to good health is unique for each person.

In this workshop you’ll learn:
• Seasonal routines for the spring Kapha season
• Yoga postures for the season
• Diet and lifestyle changes
• Recipes using spices and herbs for the season

Food and oil sampling as well!

Investment:  Pre- Registration (recommended) $36.00
At the door: $45.00

Contact us to reserve your spot as space is limited: or 978.395.1234


Spring Renewal Cleanse

Spring Renewal Cleanse


Join Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC for our Spring Renewal Cleanse – if not now, when?

An Ayurvedic cleanse focuses on resetting the 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.

Ayurveda Wellness Healing’s Ayurvedic 7 -Day Guided Spring Cleanse
Spring Cleanse Date: April 30 – May 6
(if dates are not convient we can work around your schedule)

Kick-off conference call – Sunday, April 23 @ 8pm EST
Register for the call in number
Kick-off in person meeting – April 24 @ 7pm
Meeting location: 25C Lexington Ave., 2nd Flr., Magnolia, MA 01930

Cleanse supplements, 6 meals, tea, recipes, shopping list and email support.
Investment: $108

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

Healing blessings in health…
Kim, Lynn and Wyndee



Fit Middle Aged Men Shown to Have Lower Cancer Risk

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More Reasons to Get Fit Gloucester!  

A Study Showed that Fit Middle Aged Men Were Found to Have Lower Risk of Colon and Lung Cancer! 

In the news, March 26th… a study published on-line by the peer-reviewed Journal of the American Medical Association/JAMA Oncology showed a link between cardiovascular health and a decreased incidence of  colon and cancer.

These findings were first presented June 2, 2013 at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting in Chicago, Ill. The lead researcher, Dr. Susan Lakoski* reported at that time, “While poor fitness is already known to predict future cardiovascular disease, this is the first study to explore fitness as a marker of future cancer risk prognosis,” (*Susan Lakoski, M.D., assistant professor of medicine and director of the cardiovascular prevention program for cancer patients at the University of Vermont/Fletcher Allen Health Care.)

Source –

Middle Aged Couple biking GMG

Something to consider – men (and women!) who exercise may also be more likely to focus on an overall healthy lifestyle choices, such as healthy exercise, healthy eating, abstaining from smoking, and minimizing alcohol use lowers your risk of heart disease and cancer. Healthier Lifestyles for a Healthier YOU! Spring is a great time to focus on YOU and YOUR Good Health!  

~ Karen Pischke B.S.N., R.N.

Owner/Founder of Dreamtime Wellness™  Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit Find us on Facebook –


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