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With Nandini Natasha Austin

The mind, body, and spirit are connected. Only when these three elements are in balance, we can tune to the natural frequency of this planet and the natural ebb and flow of our intuitive/ higher self. In today’s fast-paced world,  where technology is moving at the speed of light,  we are becoming disconnected from each other, this planet, and most importantly, ourselves, Ayurveda it’s a philosophy that we can learn from

Ayurveda = The Science of Life

Ayurveda is an Indian Holistic healthcare system and wisdom that is over 5000 years old. Ayurveda translates to the ‘Science of Life’ in Sanskrit and when practiced correctly over time, can help you live a life in balance, full of vitality. Ayurveda is the sister science to Yoga which acknowledges that the mind body and spirit are connected.  Unlike western medicine, it is about prevention rather than cure.Ayurveda regards good health as the result of harmonious inner balance.

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"I believe everyone can maximize their health and vibrancy at any age and regardless of their health history. With a balanced diet, effective exercise for the mind, body, and soul, embracing the outdoors, and a positive outlook, you stay younger for longer, inside and out, and live life to your highest potential."


By incorporating this Ancient tradition into our everyday lives, my goal is to inspire and empower you to make informed choices to be here in the present for your and future health.

Nandini Natasha Austin

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I'll only send something relevant now and again to help you in your pursuit of living a life in balance class and events updates, recipes to help nourish your soul and tips for improving your outlook for the better). To sum it up, what you’ll find here will be packed with positivity and possiblities because I want you to live the best versions of yourself

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