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Roots of Wellness Ayurveda
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Nature is powerful. At Roots of Wellness Ayurveda we practice powerful natural medicine.
Nature is powerful. At Roots of Wellness Ayurveda we practice powerful natural medicine.

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Spring Fling with Roots of Wellness Ayurveda! New to Ayurveda? Book now and receive a full Ayurvedic health evaluation PLUS detox tips and strategies for spring.

This is a limited time offer - 40% off new client visits. Offer available through March 31, 2017.

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Our gift to you - the gift of health with Ayurveda. Reach your health goals with the support of our Ayurvedic Practitioners. Experience better digestion, deep sleep, and improved energy!

Book by January 31, 2017 and receive 50% your first appointment!

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I couldn't have said it better.
In fact, I didn't. My friend David did.
‪#‎Brilliant‬

Read more about the power of plants

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Now more than ever we need a healing revolution.

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Mindfulness, the Medicine of the Future

Mindfulness is also being used for bronchitis (to help relieve the distress of coughing), gastrointestinal distress, headaches, and sleep disturbances, among other conditions.

Dr. Randal Zusman, a cardiologist and Harvard Medical School associate professor, prescribes mindfulness and other meditative practices to help lower blood pressure. “We’ve found that the relaxation response is very effective in lowering blood pressure by as much as 15 or more points. This is a strategy that has potential for anyone to use,” he says. Anyone who’s willing to make an effort, that is. “There will always be some who prefer interventions that don’t require work and help them avoid discomfort. But for people who are willing to work on themselves, mindfulness is the medicine of the future,” says Dr. Siegel

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Heather has teamed up with the good folks at Hanuman Festival – Boulder, Colorado’s nationally recognized annual #yogafest.

In her November blog post, Heather shares the ultimate aim of Ayurveda – freedom of direct perception.  Your ability to know yourself and contact the direct source of your suffering, symptoms, desires, and contentment leads not only to a healthy life but to ultimate freedom: personal and soulful liberation, divine union, and peace.

That is Ayurveda.

“Ayurveda gives us access to direct perception.  I cannot overemphasize this enough.  Direct.  Perception.”

Continue reading at http://bit.ly/1MV6FAE 
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Two page spread featuring Roots of Wellness Ayurveda in Boulder Lifestyle Magazine "Month of Modern"

#ancient #ayurveda #modern #lifestyle
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What happens in a visit with an Ayurvedic practitioner?

"The Ayurvedic practitioner considers the whole human being [rather than] focusing on a treatment or medicine to heal the illness. This tenet is called svabhavoparamavada, and it refers to the Ayurvedic ideal of helping the body call upon its own energy to heal. Treatments and medicines are a vital part of this process, but act only to support the body's self-reparation, rather than cause it."

And note: Ayurvedic administration of herbs is considered a precise science, requiring deep knowledge of plants and their effect on human physiology, biochemistry, and psychology. Ayurveda does not support the theory that herbs are benign and have no side effects. Thus, Ayurvedic herbs should only be prescribed by qualified practitioners.



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Blessings of plant medicine today: neem, shallaki (Boswellia serrata aka frankincense), manjistha, chandan (sacred sandalwood)

#anotherway #beautiful #Ayurveda #medicine
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