I was in Wholefoods the other day, searching for a granola that didn’t contain any refined sugar, just natural sugars. There were lots of choices but they were all SO expensive. As most of you know, I am Scottish, therefore cheap. After reading some of the ingredients, I thought
I feel like I’ve not stopped for the past 2 months. The universe decided to turn my life around completely, and here I am trying to keep up with it. It’s been a rocky start to the year but I’m determined to make 2012 the best year of my life. Which will be tough, as
I’m not good with new years resolutions. I make too many and I never stick to them. 2011 was a roller coaster year with so much going on in my life. I couldn’t keep up. Teaching and doing yoga, studying nutrition, starting my new business, blogging, 30-day challenges, work
So the turkey dinner is upon us. The fad diets, exercise routines and holistic lifestyles get thrown out the window. We crazily indulge, then spend the whole of January (and perhaps February) feeling guilty and feeling terrible. We then set unrealistic dietary & lifestyle related
It’s been the busiest, longest, yet most amazing and inspiring day that I’ve had in a long time. A lot went on today. Between prepping food, hearing big announcements, meeting old friends, watching amazing movies and just overall being inspired by people who worked hard to
nirmala living takes a whole body approach, not only addressing nutritional issues, disorders and deficiencies but also assessing the lifestyle of the individual.
Yoga is used along side nutritional therapy as a complementary practice to help re-balance the systems of the body, and nutrition is used along side yoga to strengthen the body as well as assisting in gentle detoxification.