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Ayurvedic Beetroot Relish

Here is my delicious Ayurvedica Beetroot Relish. Beetroot has myriad of health benefits including Vitamin C and Fibre.  From an Ayurvedic perspective they are Vata Pacifying, this is because beetroots grow underground, this makes them supremely grounding and stabilizing for vata.

Don’t stop the Beet!

Ayurvedic Beetroot Relish

Ingredients

4 beetroots

5 curry leaves

1 Tbs Ghee or Olive oil

1 tsp Yellow mustard seeds

1tsp cumin seeds

1 pinch of Asofedida (Hing)

½ cup plain yoghurt

Salt to taste

 

Directions

Wash beetroot and trim stems, leaving 2–3 cm intact, before cooking.

Wrap beetroots with skin on in baking paper and roast in the oven until cooked. Approximately, 1 hour at 160 degrees.

Remove beetroots from oven and use baking paper to scrape off skin.

Cut the beetroots into quarters and add to blender with all the other ingredients.

Pop relish in a glass jar and store in the fridge for up to 5 days.

Delish as a side dish or served on crackers as a snack.

 

Enjoy!

Revive + Thrive @ Dharma Shala Bondi Beach

I am super excited to announce I will be teaching my 6 week ‘Revive and Thrive’ course at Dharma Shala Bondi Yoga School ~ Starting Sunday October 27.

Future proof your health with this habit change course. We work on creating a daily routine customised to you. We make small incremental changes over 6 weeks that make a huge impact. The course is based on the principles of Ayurveda (the sister science to yoga) so it’s all about following your intuition and listening to the bodies natural intelligence. It’s about making life more enjoyable and contributing to your wellbeing at the same time.

~ Digestion
~ Sleep
~ Starting the Day Right
~ Breath Body Practice
~ Mindset and Meditation
~ Strategies for Self-Care

Please take a moment to watch my short video to find out more…(2:27 min video)

Kaizen approach to habit change
Kaizen is the Japanese philosophy and practice of continuous improvement. Instead of making big changes all at once, the kaizen approach focuses on small improvements over time for big results. We use this approach in our daily habits course Revive + Thrive, making small incremental changes to our daily routine, over time this gives great results.

What
Each module is a 1 hour group coaching session where we will cover the topic looking through the lens of Ayurveda, there is the opportunity to ask questions and troubleshoot the topic. Each week you will also receive an email with instructions and homework to help support you in the week’s lesson. We will finish each session with a deeply relaxing Yoga Nidra to integrate the knowledge.

When

Weekly for 6 weeks starting:

Sunday 27th October 2.30pm – 4:00pm

Sunday 3rd November 2.30pm – 4:00pm

Saturday 9th November 2.30pm – 4:00pm

Sunday 17th November 2.30pm – 4:00pm

Sunday 24th November 2.30pm – 4:00pm

Saturday 1st December […]

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    Autumn Wellness and Yoga Retreat at Paperbark Camp 2019 :: Gratitude

Autumn Wellness and Yoga Retreat at Paperbark Camp 2019 :: Gratitude

The invitation for this nourishing retreat was to slow down and listen to the bodies natural intelligence. We inhaled the lemon scented air, we exhaled and released into the spaciousness of the bush surrounds. We explored the teachings of Yoga and Ayurveda through movement and meditation. We swam in the crystal clear water at Hyams beach and relaxed by the fire in the evening gazing at the stars in the night sky.

Thank you to all the fabulous, gracious and powerful women who showed up with open minds and hearts we had a magical experience. Thank you also to Camilla at Paperbark Camp and to Mother Nature for again providing such perfect weather.

Please get in touch if you are interested in future retreats justine@triveda.com.au