Enjoy a Joyful and Renewing Spring.
An Ayurvedic seasonal routine is to align ourselves with the dynamic rhythms of the natural world. Mother nature moves in a fluid and organic way and spring is a season of transition, so a springtime routine is not intended to be rigid or static.
During the winter months, we usually eat more and often the food we eat has heavier and richer qualities. We tend to ‘hibernate’ – staying indoors more and generally become less active. These acts fuel our metabolism to keep us feeling warmer and provide insulation for the cooler months, but this extra food and less activity can also lead to strain on our digestive system causing a build-up of Ama (Ayurvedic term for toxic plaque) and excess weight. The Ama blocks the channels in our body and becomes stored in our cells, slowing everything down and producing symptoms such as sluggish digestion, fatigue, poor sleep, foggy mind, low moods, poor concentration, white coating on the tongue, bad breath, joint pain and weight gain.
Spring is invigorating and a time of year for renewal, new energy and vitality as the sunlight and warmth begin to melt away the winter chill and snow – this is Mother Nature’s natural cleansing cycle. As animals in nature start to slim down to lose their winter coat in spring, the same effect naturally begins to happen in our own body to decrease the accumulation of Ama (toxins) and excess weight gained during the winter period.
As spring is the natural cleansing season, it is best to utilise this energy to clear out excess Ama from the system and to renew for the year ahead. The best way to do this is a short home cleanse.
Ayurvedic Cleanse – Panchakarma:
Panchakarma is the ancient Ayurvedic practice to cleanse and detoxify, gently guiding your body back to health. Traditionally performed in therapy centers such as Sukhavati Retreat and Spa, we are offering a gentle version of this ancient program that brings profound changes in your body, mind and spirit, all in the comfort of your own home.
Cleanse and rejuvenate your body and mind at home:
In the comfort of your home, you’ll enjoy 3 to 7 to 14 days of nourishing home treatments, delicious food and time for you to refresh and renew. All with the caring guidance of our Health practitioner. The result will be greater energy, health and clarity.
Why the Home Ayurvedic Cleanse works:
What you get with The Ayurvedic Home cleanse:
What you’ll need for healing at home:
The Ayurvedic Home cleanse is an opportunity to detoxify, rejuvenate and replenish the body, mind and spirit. You’ll need:
Tegan is a qualified holistic health practitioner. She specialises in Ayurvedic Medicine, Naturopathy, Holistic Nutrition and Herbal Medicine. Since completing her Bachelor degree in Health Science (Naturopathy), Tegan gained clinical experience around Australia, before spending 12 months working at Sukhavati Ayurvedic Retreat in Bali. In this role she consulted with guests and guided them through their Panchakarma (detox) program, educating guests in the philosophy and tools of Ayurveda. Tegan has studied Ayurvedic Medicine under world-renowned Ayurvedic doctor Dr Smita Naram, based in Ayushakti Ayurveda in Mumbai, India. Her training with Dr Smita has been ongoing, including clinical experience in Ayurvedic consultations, Panchakarma therapy and Ayurvedic pulse diagnosis. Additionally, she has furthered her studies in Ayurveda, Yoga and Meditation under Dr David Frawley from the American Institute of Vedic studies.
$180 + Cost of medicines
Please note: If you are seriously ill, emaciated, pregnant, nursing or have unstable blood pressure, this program may not be appropriate. Contact us to discuss other ways to support your health.