This week in Vaidya Mishra's Newsletter Issue 34, Vol 4, August 28, 2014
Pulse & Marma course- Month One live lecture with Vaidya
Quinoa Summer Salad
In the summertime, it is common to experience "high pitta low agni." An imbalance brought about by the high heat in the environment, but also the fact that our channels get unclogged and hot acidic toxins trapped in our physiology are left to move around in our tissues and organs. If we don't adjust our diet and routine and safely flush out the toxins through daily detox, we may experience all kinds of pitta imbalances: excessive heat translating into excessive thirst, skin rashes, dry eyes, sensitive skin, impatience, bursts of anger, emotional sensitivity, etc. this is specially true at the end of summer when things get to accumulate. Here is a delicious nourishing and quick recipe to help you put things back in balance.Click here to read full recipe...
Read the Full course syllabus here Course participants will receive a certificate of completion during the concluding weekend indicating that they have mastered the working principles of SV Ayruveda, along with SVA Pulse and SVA Marma evaluation.
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