Dr Zaida Rivene Chiropractor, Naturopath, Gerson Practitioner

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Spring Balance the art of Living

Spring is around the corner and your body demands a new balance the art of Living.

The trees are warming and the sap is flowing. As winter weather softens and the warmth and freshness of spring arrives our bodies naturally lose some of the weight that was put on as insulation and drop fats, the Kapha constitution that is more active during winter. The liver drops excess bile and toxins and the body naturally turns to lighter fare. You may even lose your appetite for a short period of time. This is the natural time of the year for a short cleanse and fast and many traditions around the world encourage a short spring clean and fast.

Ayurveda considers the spring one of the most important times for an annual cleanse to keep the body in tip top shape. Eating light sour and bitter tastes to natural drop the fat and excess bile from the winter  of fatty and heavier food choices. Limit sweets to drop weight and prepare for the spring. Tumeric, ginger, and lemon are good to support the liver and remove excess fat and bile from the body. Fenugreek is a good blood cleanser and consider using beets in your juice.

To learn more about balancing your body according to your constitution consider our balance the art of living course on September 13-15. You’ll receive a complete Ayurvedic pulse examination to pinpoint your longterm dosha and the current state of your dosha. The organs and systems that can use help at this time. You will then receive an individualized treatment plan to restore balance and develop a lifestyle that supports your dosha (constitution). Learn the tastes and foods that support and hinder your dosha, lifestyle practices, yoga, meditation and other approaches to maintain your balance. Read more here.

Sign up for this course Balance the art of Living before September 9th and receive R200 off. Don’t delay reserve your spot now, call Jim at 071 959 -0786.

Can’t attend now, learn more by perusing some of our articles on balance. Get started with your Unique Body Type  and kitchari reset.

Stay balanced and healthy,

Jim Montrose

Ayurvedic Health Consultant

071 959 0786

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From the N2 (Cape Town towards George) Take the first Swellendam exit (left). This is the R60. Proceed (1km+) through the 4 way stop and continue approximately 2-3 km and look for a sign for the Hermitage. Make a hard right (270 degrees). After the turn continue about 200 meters and turn left at first road (dirt). Proceed 300 meters and turn left into Red Roan Ranch and go to bottom of hill (the main house).

(Coming from George to Cape Town) Take the third exit (R60) right. Proceed (1km+) through the 4 way stop and continue approximately 2-3 km and look for a sign for the Hermitage. Make a hard right (270 degrees). After the turn continue about 200 meters and turn left at first road (dirt).  Proceed 300 meters and turn left into Red Roan Ranch and go to bottom of hill (the main house).

GPS:  S34 degrees 01.367 minutes, E020 degrees 25.193 minutes. Note most GPS units (Garmin, etc.) have the wrong coordinates for Red Roan Ranch.

Call if you have trouble 071 959 0786 or 083 290 1283