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Posted by admin on January 11, 2013

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Category: Ayurveda

A simple and ancient routine for dealing with the build up of LIFE.
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Hydrating our Children

Jul 25, 2013
Category: Thoughts and Experiences

The magic of water, and why my kids don't get enough...
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Category: Thoughts and Experiences

Inspired by epigenetics to change our genetic code through changing our habits.
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Elsa's Testimonial

Jul 10, 2013
Category: Testimonials

This is a wonderful couple, and it was such an honor to support them at their birth.
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Love and Lactation Tea

Jun 10, 2013
Category: Recipes

An essential yet simple tea to enhance lactation, promote digestion and maintain hydration.
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This is an interview that beautifully talks about the importance of caring for the mom after the birth of her baby. Ysha Bhu Oakes has been one of my inspirational teachers along this path, and I'm happy to share her words here.
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This is a staple for postpartum moms from hour one after birth until your sick of it! Eat for breakfast, for a snack, or whenever you are needing some grounding.
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Bridget and Ben are a lovely couple. Theirs was one of the first births I attended, and will never forget Bridget's focus and quiet power during her labor. Thank you Bridget and Ben for the opportunity to support you!
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I was so happy to cook for this wonderful couple when they brought their beautiful daughter home. We did another meal program about year later when they both had returned to work full swing. They were a joy!
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Make Your Own Ghee

May 20, 2013
Category: Recipes

This magical substance is also known as clarified butter, and is commonly used in Ayurvedic cooking. It kindles the digestive fire, oleates the tissues and does not contain most of the cholesterol forming aspects of regular butter.
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