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Organic fresh fruit, vegetables and more delivered straight to your door.
An excellent yoga studio in Beeston, Nottingham; Ayurvedic Coaching Courses also available.
The website of the Ayurvedic Practitioners Association; find fully qualified practitioners and associated information including training courses.
The website of Dr Vasant Lad, one of the world's leading authorities on Ayurveda. Lots of great online resources available free of charge.
Panchakarma centre in Burton upon Trent offering retreats and great online reading resources explaining Panchakarma.
One of the worlds leading authorities on women's health from an Ayurvedic perspective. Free newsletter and online resources.
Online health food store offering massive range of great food - even sends out chilled boxes to carry fresh produce.
Lovely people who know everything there is to know about making your own fermented foods and drink.
Great place to find free Ayurvedic recipes and tips.
Excellent herbs and spices with a growing range of organic - their hing is excellent.
Organic rice and dal, VPK churnas, tongue scrapers and lots more.
Short video on how to do Netipot
A whole new world of online food shopping. A good range of organic foods, fermented foods and they even sell castor oil!
Another great online health food store and everything is organic. Often good for hard to find things at a fair price like quality oils.
Suppliers of excellent water filtration systems to remove all the nasties from your drinking water. See the domestic reverse osmosis model F-RO-4 which I have and highly recommend.
For simply the very best quality in organic Ayurvedic supplements, teas, oils, herbs etc available in the UK.
Organic fruit and vegetables delivered to your door - good for more rural areas.
For all things Indian and great value spices way cheaper than the supermarket.
An awesome yoga school in Leeds.
Free downloadable yoga nidra exercises for relaxation and sound sleep. The 'Basic Yoga Nidra' which is last on the list is excellent.
*'I found it very hard to cope after the death of my father but as I was also going through the menopause at the same time I thought that all of the symptoms - weight gain, headaches and sleeplessness were due to the menopause. After frequent visits to my GP I felt that I was not making any progress at all in fact I felt as if I were going mad because I knew that there was something wrong with me but the GP did not seem to listen to what I was saying. I rang Sharon and we had a long chat about my health problems and she explained how she thought she would be able to help me. She sent me a long and detailed questionnaire about my health and also a booklet explaining the principles of Ayurveda. At my first consultation after taking my pulse and blood pressure she explained a little more about Ayurveda and then asked me to give further details about how I was feeling. For the first time I felt as if someone was actually listening and, moreover, was interested in what I was saying rather than dismissing what I had to say. It was nice to know that I wasn't going mad and that I could be helped by Ayurveda. I had to detox for a number of days to rid my body of any toxins and start to eat foods that were easy to digest. Sharon provided me with a detailed list of foods to eat and also, just as important, foods to avoid. I soon began to feel a lot calmer, my headaches quickly disappeared and I steadily lost weight. I find it very comforting to know that if I am not sure about anything Sharon is always at the end of the phone and is able to reassure me and put me back on the right track. If one of us is out of the country then we can keep in contact by e-mail. With Ayurveda I know that I am not going to be given the same treatment as every other patient with similar symptoms. The consultation lasts longer than the usual one with a GP. Sharon is therefore able to tailor my treatment to suit my individual and changing needs. I am, after all, a changing individual.'
*Results may vary from person to person