Ancient wisdom for modern mamas.
This is it. Your one and only life. Let’s stop making time for anything but the good stuff.
For those of you experiencing...
. DIFFICULTY GETTING OUT OF BED IN THE MORNING .
. RELIANCE ON STIMULANTS FOR ENERGY .
. FEELING OF BEING ON AUTO-PILOT .
. SHORT TEMPER . IMPATIENCE .
. NO ENERGY OR MOTIVATION TO MOVE YOUR BODY .
. POOR EATING HABITS .
. DISCOMFORT WITH YOUR BODY .
. LACK OF SEXUAL INTEREST + DRIVE .
. LACK OF MOTIVATION TO GO AFTER YOUR DREAMS .
.... or lack of dreams altogether .
I get you. I’ve been there. And I’m here to tell you what saved me from the chaos;
Some 7,000 year-old science that showed me the immense power of the little things I do every day.
Ayurveda interprets our world through the lens of five elements – ether (space), air, fire, water and earth. You, my gorgeous human, are a unique combination of all of them, but naturally express some more than others. It’s the way you were born.
Knowing our own personal combo (our “dosha”) shows us where our strengths and weaknesses lie. But more importantly, it shows us the innate potential that lies within us all. (you can go here to determine yours)
Once you know your balance… you create a life that keeps you balanced.
In Ayurveda we create this balance through the POWER of these little things we do every day (referred to as your “dinacharya” in sanskrit). We craft simple little changes to your daily routines, or daily habits; adjusting your sleep, eating, exercise routines so you get the most impact from the least stress.
And this is what THE HABIT is all about. I teach little shifts. Little changes to your current habits... that, over time, amount to massive + positive results, CUSTOMIZED for YOUR body & mind.
And when you find these self-loving mini rituals, trust me, you won’t be able to stop doing them.
Massive, positive results.
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Simple Habits for daily awesome.
Check out The Habit’s Daily Retreat checklist. These morning and evening practices help you check off the boxes in the self care department every day, in just a couple minutes.
Aristotle wrote "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit." And it's true. Like increases like. The more we say we're busy, the busier we'll feel. The more we feel overwhelmed, the more overwhelm we'll experience.
This was my story. Busy-ness. Overwhelm. Exhaustion.