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Satisfy the Hunger

Welcome to the latest monthly issue of the SATISFY THE HUNGER newsletter!

Satisfy the Hunger is all about satisfying the need to be able to manage life and its changes. Ayurveda is all about trusting your inner wisdom to feel good in life. This deep winter season can have us feeling out of balance, a little low and maybe a little down. We can aid ourselves to better balance through awareness. We need to become aware to what our body is communicating but we also need to stay open to change. These are the themes we are exploring this month in Satisfy the Hunger. I hope it will help you to find and trust your inner wisdom to help you navigate this final part of winter towards balance.

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Go well,

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Smart Works
Smart Works
The women’s charity Smart Works Reading put on a great wellness day looking at the different aspects of what wellness means to us all. It was a great pleasure to be on the panel of speakers and co-teach a mini version of our retreat yoga and Ayurvedic wellness sessions.  
Wellbeing info for your Dosha
Suffering from the winter blues? Get in touch with your vagus nerve to empower yourself to better self-care. Learn why it really is true, to listen to your gut!
Events and Discounts
I am so excited for 2020 as I have so many events planned where we can share the tools and techniques of Ayurveda to empower ourselves towards more effective self-care.

February 9th Yoga Point 2-hour mini retreat with yoga and an introduction to Ayurveda. NOW SOLD OUT.
March 28th a full-day urban retreat in Brixton which I’m co-hosting with my first ever yoga teacher!

May 17th full day Ayurveda and yoga retreat at the divine Horse Sanctuary, in the glorious Chilterns, just outside London.
Legs-up-the-Wall Pose
Yoga Technique In Focus
Viparita Karani, or legs up the wall, is a super-simple and profoundly effective way of bringing balance to the vagus nerve, activating the ‘rest and digest’ nervous system and helping to improve your mood.
Tarik Dervish
Expertise from Self-Care Specialists
Tarik Dervish, Ayurvedic practioner and one of my course tutors, gives us some insight as to why we need to keep things fresh when it comes to self-care practices. Keeping an open mind is helpful in getting you to move towards a more balanced life.
Disclaimer: and newsletter does not guarantee any specific results as a result of the procedures mentioned here and the results may vary from person to person. The topics in these pages are for informational purposes only and not to be substituted for professional medical advice.
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