Recipes

Embracing the Autumn Equinox with Ayurveda

October 2020 Newsletter Embracing the Autumn Equinox with Ayurveda this October September 22nd welcomed the first day of Autumn and at this time we’ve already been greeted with cooler, dryer air. The temperature dropped bringing about brisk mornings to what was a refreshing light breeze amplified to a windy chill. Before we know it, the colors of leaves begin

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Achieving Renewal In Transformation

September 2020 Newsletter Achieving Renewal In Transformation Grounding In A State Change We want to thank all our students for staying with us during this turbulent time, those who participated in our survey and to the students who’ve felt comfortable to come in since reopening our doors. We understand how difficult it has been to adjust or return to normalcy,

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Tips to Keep Your Lungs Clear and Your Intestines Happy During Autumn (includes a simple recipe to support Lung Health)

By Erin Kumpf D.A.C.M. “In the end, the treasure of life is missed by those who hold on and gained by those who let go.”  ~ Lao Tzu Cool, crisp mornings, cornucopias of red, orange and yellow hues, all things pumpkin and a reluctant acceptance of shorter days and longer nights.  Welcome, autumn.  Its been a while since we’ve seen

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Four Ways to Showcase Squash as a Seasonal Star

by Laryssa Wirstiuk I guess being obsessed with squash isn’t the worst problem to have. I hoard squash, all varieties. Currently, four types of squash, which I purchased at the Riverview Fiske Farmers Market, are taking up prime real estate on my kitchen counter, waiting to be prepared into something delicious: sugar pumpkin, kabocha squash, butternut squash, and acorn squash. For each squash,

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Fighting Off A Cold

By Lara Zakaria, RPh HHC Being sick sucks. I know this, you know this… so why don’t we just avoid it to begin with? When we get sick, it’s usually due to a combination of factors that result in a weakened immune system which then allows a virus or bacteria to multiply and wreak havoc. I like to compare your

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Comforting Butternut Squash Risotto with Peas

By Jessica Namit Mindfully transitioning from one pose to another is key in yoga. For example, when we move from child’s pose to downward dog, we first come onto all fours, curl the toes under, then lift our hips towards the sky while pressing through the back of the thighs and grounding through the hands and the feet. Of course

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Mouth-Watering Kale Salad Recipe

By Jessica Namit As a yoga teacher, it’s very important to me to provide options for students. Doing so gives students the freedom to be themselves and make the practice their own. It can be very freeing when the teacher provides options, whether suggesting baby cobra or upward dog when moving through sun salutations, hands at heart center or reaching

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