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This bite-sized podcast by Vedic meditation teacher & Ayurveda practitioner-in-training, Emily Rees will guide you through a foolproof breathwork practice.
Many of us don’t actually breathe properly, so connecting with your breath and learning to breathe fully and intentionally will have a powerful and noticeable influence on your mood and clarity of mind.
Created by Emily Rees
Is there anything better than nostalgic baked apple pie porridge to start your morning? We don’t think so.
This cosy and rich yet easy-to-digest porridge will warm you right to the core. Inspired by Ayurvedic principles, Vedic meditation teacher and Ayurvedic recipe developer Emily Rees has taken the classic porridge recipe and elevated it to an even-better-for-you alternative with the addition of ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, cardamon and ghee. Made with rolled oats, chia seeds and pecans, this recipe is also filled with fiber and healthy fats to keep you satiated all morning all.
True Ayurvedic cooking isn’t just what we cook and eat, but also how. Emily explains:
“As you prepare this recipe, do so with good intention and with love in your heart. Be mindful as you cook, and carry that presence into the way you eat, taking your time to slow down, savour and allow the food to nourish you on every level.”
Day 2 – tick!
Breathwork is powerful, right? You can do it anywhere and anytime it suits you, making it one of the most versatile mindfulness tools you can have up your sleeve.
What we love most about Day 2 of our Mind & Gut Reset is that scrumptious Prebiotic Baked Apple Pie Porridge. Adding a daily dose of prebiotics doesn’t have to be boring, it can be a great way to explore new recipes.