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“First say to yourself what you would be, and then do what you have to do.” ~ Epictetus (55-135 C.E.)

Post De-Stress Program Advice

Transitioning from the De-stress Program

Having spent time relaxing and rejuvenating, it is important that you transition back to your home life in a balanced way.

During your De-Stress Program, you consumed a nutritious diet from our daily buffet, as well as a fresh vegetable juice and smoothie daily.

You learned breathwork and yoga asana practices, you engaged in physical fitness exercises, and you experienced healing through body therapies.

Continue to eat a healthy, balanced diet, maintain regular practices (self practice is wonderful if you have acquired that!), exercise, and treat yourself to wellness therapies, to keep your body-mind-spirit happy, healthy and low-stress.

Quick Tips to a Healthy Diet

  • Take foods in their whole form (not processed).
  • Increase your daily consumption of fresh vegetables and vegetable juices.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Eliminate white sugar, white flour and processed, pre-packaged foods.
  • Limit/eliminate caffeine consumption, choosing herbal teas instead.
  • Limit/eliminate alcohol, nicotine and other drug intake.

Supplements

These all-natural supplements can help you through your transition:

  • Our specially developed Ayurvedic herbal de-stress formula for support.
  • Ashwagandha promotes vitality, strengthens the central nervous system, and counters both physical and mental stress.
  • Kapikacchu is a natural “feel good” remedy to regenerate the nervous system and strengthen the nerves in cases of burnout and stress.
  • Moringa is a super herb, rich in numerous nutrients and antioxidants.
  • Probiotics keep a balance of friendly intestinal bacteria for great health.
  • Spirulina is a complete food and is known as a super food, rich in protein, B vitamins, minerals and a good source of energy.
  • Gotu kola juice or herbal supplement calms the mind and nervous system.

Exercise

Exercise is an essential part of any balanced healthy lifestyle. It releases endorphins: hormones that induce feelings of euphoria. It also increases your energy levels, decreases stress, and improves sleep quality.

Regular exercise is vital for your overall wellbeing, helping you to manage your stress, as well as: blood sugar, cholesterol and blood pressure, preventing major health problems (cardiovascular disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes).

We recommend that you aim to do at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity exercise most days of the week.

For example, try brisk walking or cycling for 30 minutes at a time. If you are really pressed for time you can break your exercise into two 15-minute sessions.

Take Time Out

Remember: taking time for yourself is vital to healthy, balanced living. Take time for YOU. Walk, play, get a massage, sit for meditation or breathing, practice yoga, do a hobby, or simply watch the world go by – it is your oyster again!