New Year Self-Care Practices in Ayurveda

Happy New Year. Your New Year’s resolutions are probably fresh in your mind—and maybe even a little daunting. I hope you’re excited to start a new beginning in 2023.

If that’s the case, don’t worry: You can still incorporate self-care into your life as part of your journey towards better health and wellness. Now is a perfect time to start incorporating Ayurveda into your routine.
Ayurvedic health practices are a system of prevention and treatment using diet, herbal remedies, exercise, and meditation.” The three forms of energy are Vata, pitta, and Kapha.

Understanding your constitution (prakruti) according to your body’s dominant dosha can help guide you toward better eating habits and lifestyle practices.

During winter and spring, the body is more susceptible to colds and flu, and the skin also needs care. The body is also more sensitive to temperature, light, and humidity changes during these seasons.

By understanding the impact of the seasons on your constitution (prakruti), you can take steps to support your health and prevent illness during this time of year.

This practices will be divided into parts 3:

Part 1

a). Practicing Nadi Shodhana breath:
b). Practicing Pranayama:

Part 2


Part 3

Practice Abiyanga self-massage and daily Ayurvedic skin care routine

Disclaimer: All content is created and published for informational purposes only. It’s not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, and should not be relied on as health or personal advice. Always seek the advice of qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment before undertaking a new health care regime, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website/article.



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