We are all getting ready for the winter season and we wanted to share some health tips from the Ayurvedic medical tradition. By following these Ayurvedic recommendations you will face this season with good heath and true well-being!
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This week the Hindus celebrate the Diwali, also know as the “festival of lights”. Let´s take a look at what this Hindu New Year celebration has in common with Ayurveda, and how you can improve your own life by following a few simple tips!
We interviewed Ayurvedic Doctor, Lifestyle Consultant and Spa Manager Siddhartha Deshpande in Goa, India, last year. Read about his thoughts on the Ayuvedic lifestyle and medicine, and put his tips into practice to increase your well-being!
We had the pleasure to interview Ayurvedic Doctor Rani Gupta in India. She talked to us about the Ayurveda and explained how it differs from modern medicine, what its strengths and weaknesses are, and she even gave some self-care tips for massage therapists!
Obesity is a huge problem in today´s world. We know overweight can be prevented, but how? Check out 10 tips from acclaimed Tibetan Doctor Phuntsog Wangmo on how to stay healthy and avoid gaining weight!
A major factor for our well-being is our metabolism that is directly affected by our diet. So, in order to be happy, we need to take care of what and how we eat! Check out Tibetan Dr. Namgyal Qusars optimal diet, change your habits and feel great!
We talked with the world famous Tibetan Doctor Pema Dorjee in Dharamsala (“Little Tibet”), India, last July about Tibetan Medicine. Here we share some of his answers from the interview. Read about if only Buddhists can practice Tibetan Medicine, etc…
Massage Around the World was invited to a traditional Thai ceremony at the prestigious Mahidol University in Bangkok, in which the students celebrate their teachers. “In Thai society, those who are grateful to others who have benefitted them are considered to have good hearts and are usually praised….”
The ancient Indian lifescience Ayurveda takes into account the greatest elements in the universe when describing us human beings. Something we can feel quite flattered about! According to Ayurveda the human being and the universe are made of the same elements and are closely interconnected.