Anne Hofweber

As most do, Anne's path to helping others heal began with her own journey back to health: after multiple traumas she had a complete physical and mental breakdown. She was diagnosed with mononucleosis, depression, and P.T.S.D. In her quest for true and total health, she discovered Ayurveda and become so passionate about it that she became a certified Practitioner. She helps women discover their own innate healing power through the diverse therapeutic effects of Ayurveda and yoga, and she recently launched the blog SeniorHealthGuru.com to share her knowledge with a broader audience.

Oil Massage: A Natural Remedy For Dry Skin

Daily oil massage can keep your skin soft and smooth, increases circulation, increases vigor and vitality, improves sleep, increases mental alertness, tones the muscles, strengthens voice and teeth and calms the nervous system. Choose food-grade (preferably organic) oils. Natural organic oils will help draw toxins out of your body and clean your skin.

Ayurvedic Health Tips For The Spring Season

It is hard not to feel joyous as we leave the dark coldness of winter and transition into spring. As nature bestows us with warmer...

Pranayama: Conscious Breathing For Instant Pain Relief

Sit in a comfortable position, close your eyes, rest your left hand on your left thigh, fold the index and middle fingers, use your thumb to close your right nostril, inhale through your left nostril, release your thumb use your ring finger to cover the left nostril and exhale through the right, repeat the process and switch from side to side three to five minutes.

Adopting Ayurvedic Self-Care Routines In Daily Life

Ayurveda is strongly rooted in and connected to the laws of nature. Its therapies offer us ways to move more closely with the cyclical...

Nourishing Your Ojas- Key To Immunity, Strength & Vitality

Ojas- The Nectar of Life There is a subtle energy in life that maintains our immunity, strength, integrity and vitality. In Ayurveda we call this...

Why Is Drinking Cold Water Bad For You?

Drinking cold water, especially in summer, feels heavenly. It helps you cool down in a matter of seconds. But ever thought about how it might be harming your body? You've enough reasons to restrict the use of cold water as it affects your digestive tract in harmful ways. Drinking cold water shrinks blood vessels, weakens immune system, and causes indigestion. Drink warm or room temperature water to keep health issues away.

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