In Ayurveda, spring is a time of renewal, growth and transformation. By adopting an Ayurvedic approach to cleansing and resetting, you can align with the natural energies of the season and support your body’s innate healing capacity, restoring balance to your mind, body and spirit
25th April - 03 May 2023
Focusing on dietary and lifestyle changes, to help boost your energy, improve digestion and reduce stress, this reset cultivates a greater sense of overall well-being. It’s an opportunity for introspection and self-reflection, allowing you to set new intentions and goals for the coming season
An Ayurvedic cleanse and reset can be helpful in clearing accumulated waste and unwanted toxicity from your mind and body.
Some benefits you may notice during and after the cleanse are:
Regular and healthy bowel movements
Some weight loss, supporting a healthy body weight
Improved mental clarity
A sense of calm and more regulated nervous system
A better relationship with food
Improved overall health and well-being, with more vitality and enthusiasm for life
The Ayurvedic Cleanse & Reset is divided into three phases:
25 - 27 April Phase One - Preparation and Simplification
28 - 30 April Phase Two - Active Gentle Cleansing
01 - 03 May Phase Three - Post Cleanse and Reintroduction
Based on a mono-diet of kitchari during the active phase, this Ayurvedic Reset is a gentle and much less challenging experience compared to other cleanses and detoxes. A mono-diet cleanse is generally safe and appropriate for most people.
Ayurveda doesn’t promote raw foods or juice diets, so you won’t find that here. Nor does this Ayurvedic Reset include fasting or skipping meals, instead you will have simple foods which provide nourishment, while giving your body and digestion time to reset and restore.
The beauty of an Ayurvedic approach is it is highly individualistic and you have the freedom to adjust the cleanse to best suit your needs. While the active phase includes a mono-diet of kitchari, if this isn’t for you, the meal plan can be adjusted to include simple vegetarian meals.
There is a strong focus on lifestyle changes and incorporating an Ayurvedic approach to daily routines, including mindful movement, such as relaxing walks or gentle yoga, meditation, breath-work and self-care practices.
The success, or otherwise, of any cleanse is down to your commitment, and it’s important to understand from the beginning that it will require a certain amount of mental resilience and physical energy. Throughout the process of cleansing you may find yourself feeling physical symptoms of tiredness and fatigue and/or experience emotional ups and downs. Be gentle with yourself, the beauty of Ayurveda is that it is an individual approach and it empowers you to tune into your own body and mind, this is where journaling and meditation will help you through.
NB: This is not an Ayurvedic detox using ghee and herbal medicines to eliminate toxins nor is it Ayurvedic Panchakarma therapy
You are ready to empower yourself in connecting to and tuning into your own body
You are ready to be proactive with your health and well-being
You have low energy or feel exhausted
You have digestive issues
You’ve noticed winter weight gain
You have sleep issues
You have skin issues
You have a general feeling of poor health or low immunity
Your mind feels scattered and you have trouble focusing, or you are foggy-headed
You suffer from stress or anxiety
Are pregnant or breastfeeding
Have an eating disorder or very low weight
Are extremely weak or debilitated,
Are currently suffering from a seasonal illness, cold, flu or Covid
Are recovering from surgery, a prolonged illness
Although you are welcome to participate in the lifestyle wellness activities, such as breathwork, journaling, meditation and digital detoxing.
If you menstruate, you should not undertake the active cleanse (Phase 2) while you are bleeding, you can reschedule your cleanse and/or suspend certain Ayurvedic lifestyle practices, such as abhyanga and nasya, until you finish bleeding.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any concerns or wish to discuss anything prior to joining.
Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor; while Ayurvedic cleansing and dietary changes offer a range of health benefits, you may wish to consult with a doctor prior to cleansing if you have prior health issues or general concerns
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