Ayurveda english2020-01-30T11:55:11+00:00


Ancient Science – Health & Nutrition

When I discovered Ayurveda in 2006, noone was talking about this ancient science in the West. Over the years, however, it has become part of the daily routine of many of us thanks to the stability its intuitive approach to life provides. We live in frantic times, running from one place to another, always clutching an electronic device. Doing and being busy is our default modus operandi and yet our real essence is stunned and abandoned.

Ayurveda responds to that  fundamental need to reconnect with ourselves at a deeper level.

Ayurveda is an ancient medical science from India that considers the food and lifestyle choices we make as essential keys to our health and well-being.

With a comprehensive approach that looks at the person as a whole and takes into account all the aspects of our lives that influence our health, Ayurveda believes that following a diet appropriate to our unique constitution is the key to well-being.

As opposed to the Western “one size fits all” approach, where certain foods are deemed healthy for all of us, Ayurveda offers a logical approach to find the most convenient diet for each individual depending on their constitution.

Live Ayurveda

I’ll soon be publishing tips and recipes based on Ayurvedic principles. I offer hands on cooking classes and courses on Ayurveda in Málaga as well as  transformational retreats that will give you a new perspective on how to feel radiant.

Coriander Coconut Chutney

Refreshing and delicious, there are a million variations of coriander-coconut chutneys. This particular one is also very nutritious what with the protein-packed addition of both chana dal and

Tandoori Style Cauliflower

A tandoor is actually a type of clay oven and there is a specific combination of spices that is used to give tandoori dishes their characteristic red hue.

Coriander Sesame Chutney

Coriander is a wonderful addition to a healthy diet as it enhances digestion, its great as a garnish but making a fresh chutney like this one ensures you're

Curried Chickpeas – Chole

This dish features chickpeas, with their faintly nut-like flavour and smooth texture. Chickpeas are rich in protein-nitrogen compounds. Cooked in this spicy sauce they're great served with Puffed

Quick Berry and Chia Jam

This jam has nothing in common with our grandma's preserves because A) it has no sugar in it whatsoever and B) it doesn't take forever to make either.

AyurvedaLife Course

Connect with yourself

AyurvedaLife is a transformational and hands on course where you’ll discover the tools you need to feel radiant.
We start on April 19th 2020.

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