Shiva Swarodaya and Breathontology Therapy

Shiva Swarodaya and Breathontology Therapy

Train as a breathontologist Shiva Swarodaya is an ancient Sanskrit tantric text. A comment and translation termed Satyananda Saraswati made Swara yoga in 1983. It is also termed “Phonetical astrology”: the “sound of one’s own breath” and...
Ayurveda and oral Health

Ayurveda and oral Health

Prioritizing oral health ensures that our teeth and gums remain as intact as possible, rendering dental visits less scary, less painful, and minimally invasive while simultaneously supporting robust overall health and well-being. Ayurvedic oral hygiene practices also...
What are the 5 Pancha Pranas ?

What are the 5 Pancha Pranas ?

From the moment of our birth to the moment of death, we are always breathing. Our breath rhythm, length and softness change depending on our emotions, thoughts and physical conditions. For a balanced and vital life, the quality of breath is fundamental. Understanding...
Covid and Dinacharya for immunity

Covid and Dinacharya for immunity

Dinacharya is a daily routine. A beautiful ritual for self-care and honouring your nature. In times of pandemic, Ayurveda suggests a daily practice to keep your frequency up, your immune system intact, and your home sparkle clean.  I want to give you ayurvedic tips...
Healing the path with Talahridaya Marma

Healing the path with Talahridaya Marma

When a person is in an unconscious state, we start rubbing the feet and hands of the person. Think for a while about why the hands and feet of the person are rubbed unknowingly; we are stimulating the marma points located in the bottom of the hand and feet. The...