Discover Your Best Detoxification: Ayurveda Abhyanga 

Abhyanga, a great way to start to get to know one of the five, (I’m a desi girl @ heart.) It’s called Panchakarma and means “five actions.” The benefits of this ancient, entirely natural detox method are being re-discovered today. Panchkarma is a set series of treatments first described in the ancient records of Ayurveda.

Panchakarma treatment is a truly unique approach for revitalization, rejuvenation and prevention. 

Authentic ayurvedic detox treatments are meant to be done in sequence. Each step and stage, physiologically, supports the next. 

Your Best Detox- Start with Abhyanga  

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Abhyanga is the name of the synchronized oil therapy, adjusted to your liking. During Abhyanga, Self-massage, it’s a healing treatment that dislodges from the body tissues those toxins  which helps to harmonize the body’s functions. 


Silence and rest are important components in the process of activating the body’s own self-healing mechanisms. The abhyanga treatment uses herbal essences and massage oil formulation ingredients specially put together just for you.

 Soothing oils for your Self- nurturing- Self massage – Self–improving- Abhyanga. 
To Ayurveda Healing,

Kelly Krishna Dunn

Make an Elegant Holiday Wreath

Let your love for “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” speak for itself. It starts at the front door, but you can spread the festivities throughout the house with this homemade craft idea. Christmas Wreaths to get you in the Holiday Spirit. Make an elegant holiday wreath using simple supplies found at your local crafts store, florist shop, or grocery store.

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To the Holiday Spirit,

Kelly Krishna Dunn

Cooking for your Spirit

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To Ayurveda,

Kelly Krishna Dunn 🙂

Yogi’s Heart Opener

The art of mindfulness and loving kindness is the foundations for living with an open heart. Ustrasana is a classic heart chakra pose for opening and connecting.

The best heart chakra yoga poses are those that open the chest area as well as poses that draw energy into the heart. Situated in the Anahata, the 4th chakra is your point of balance. Balance, between the body and mind, balance between Heaven and Earth.

Ustrasana is also known as Camel pose, a strong asana that opens up your chest area, exposing you, making you vulnerable and more open to giving and receiving love.

One of the most challenging things in life is to be vulnerable. As we grow older we become more closed and constricted. We have been hurt many times and we feel the need to protect ourselves. Physically, we rotate our shoulders forward, we push out our chin and round our upper body to protect the heart. This constricts the flow of prana to the heart and creates an imbalance in the heart chakra. This yoga asana stretches the entire front of the body, abdomen, chest, and throat, as well as deep hip flexors. It strengthens your back muscles and stimulates organs in the abdomen and physically open your heart of course! Expanding and opening your chest to allow your heart to open. Bliss is in your heart, it just needs to be opened. For it is only when you approach life from a place of openness can you embody connectedness with all things.

 

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To The Adventurous Soul,

Kelly Krishna Dunn 🙂