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30 Dec
Posted by Nikola Ellis

Ayurveda and food


In Ayurveda, you really are what you eat.

Food is an integral part of the Ayurvedic tradition and everything is carefully chosen and prepared to ensure good health. Fresh, local, seasonal produce is carefully cleaned and blessed and cooked with great care. Food combinations are meticulously crafted to ensure meals are both nutritious and easy to digest. 

If you are living an Ayurvedic lifestyle, you'll choose foods that are appropriate for your dosha, or body type. Eating according to your dosha helps to maintain balance and good health. 

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26 Dec
Posted by Nikola Ellis

Yoga Therapy Training Australia

How do you become a yoga therapist in Australia?

If you’ve been searching online for information on studying yoga therapy, you might have ended up on a US based site or social media group. That can be confusing because entry criteria for accredited courses, course types and graduation standards can look quite different to Australia.

So what is the pathway to becoming a yoga therapist in Australia?

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19 Dec
Posted by Nikola Ellis

Yoga for Cancer Related Fatigue (CRF)

Beating cancer is certainly something to celebrate. While one in three Australians will experience a cancer diagnosis during their life, more and more people are beating cancer thanks to increasingly sophisticated treatments.

Getting the all-clear is a time of enormous relief, but beating cancer doesn’t mean that everything goes back to being exactly the same as before diagnosis. For many people, the physical and psychological impacts of their cancer experience continue long after treatment finishes. This is where yoga can help.

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03 Dec
Posted by Nikola Ellis

Why I closed the Adore Yoga studio in Mosman

This week I closed the door to Adore Yoga’s Mosman studio for the last time. For nearly two decades, the students and teachers at the studio have woven yoga into the fabric of our lives, finding encouragement and inspiration as we raised our families and faced life's challenges. After 17 years at the heart of a caring and supportive community, it feels like the end of an era. So why did the Adore Yoga studio close?

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