Your Period SuperPower (Pt 2)

According to a traditional Native American saying, “At her first bleeding a woman meets her power. During her bleeding years she practices it. At menopause she becomes it.”   That is the power of a woman’s menstrual cycle and all she needs to do is tap into and understand her body clock, sync it with… Continue reading Your Period SuperPower (Pt 2)

Science of Being A Girl – Your Period SuperPower

I’ve known Sahana for a while now and I can vouch for the fact that apart from being a wonderful person, a fabulous yoga instructor, she is someone, who delves deep when it comes to holistic health. From every meeting we had, there has been so much to learn and take away. When she messaged… Continue reading Science of Being A Girl – Your Period SuperPower

World Mental Health Day – The Parent-Child Power Struggle

While the health of the mind is as important as the health of the body, how comfortable are parents in discussing the mental wellbeing of their children?   A nationwide study of adolescents’ mental health and resilience conducted earlier this year reflected a gap in parents’ understanding of youth mental health. While only 10 parents… Continue reading World Mental Health Day – The Parent-Child Power Struggle

GupShup with Rabi Nawaz

“First time when the doctors put an expiration date on my life – perhaps another 10 months – I looked at my watch and thought to myself ‘will I make it in time for my next meeting’!”   In this month’s GupShup, we shared our hot cuppa with Rabi Nawaz, who left her 17+ years… Continue reading GupShup with Rabi Nawaz

Part 2 | Energy Healing – Unprocessed Emotions Rule Your Life

In part 2 of our episode of Guppuccino, Ayshah Saleem Asghar, an Intuitive Energy Healer, Bindiya Lachmandas, an Ayurvedic Therapist and Rabi Nawaz, a Vedic Purpose Coach, give us deeper understanding of the science behind Energy Healing and how a negative thought can manifest into a physical ailment and also block our growth and expansion in life.… Continue reading Part 2 | Energy Healing – Unprocessed Emotions Rule Your Life

Part 1 | Energy Healing – You Cannot Ignore This Science

In our latest episode of Guppuccino, we speak to three amazing women, who come together to explain the science of energy healing and how processing pent up emotions can lead to cure of diseases and ailments.   We got an opportunity to speak to Ayshah Saleem Asghar, an Intuitive Energy Healer, Bindiya Lachmandas, an Ayurvedic Therapist… Continue reading Part 1 | Energy Healing – You Cannot Ignore This Science

Guppuccino Ep 2: Oil Pulling, A Non-Negotiable Routine

In the second episode of Guppuccino, we speak to Bindiya Lachmandas, an ayurvedic therapist practitioner. She tells us about the incomparable benefits of an extremely important Ayurvedic dinacharya – Oil Pulling. You wouldn’t want to miss this one.     Ayurvedic dinacharya has been practiced for over thousands of years and it is a complete… Continue reading Guppuccino Ep 2: Oil Pulling, A Non-Negotiable Routine

GupShup with Amrita Kaur (Part 2)

A student of medicine. A journalist. A radio jockey. A singer. A food stylist. An Ayurvedic Chef. Meet Amrita Kaur, co-founder of a Goa-based cafe, Ålter-Native Goa.   Things did not happen overnight for this talented young entrepreneur. It was a journey that unfolded gradually but organically.   Catch the 2nd part of the food… Continue reading GupShup with Amrita Kaur (Part 2)

GupShup with Amrita Kaur (Part 1)

A student of medicine. A journalist. A radio jockey. A singer. A food stylist. An Ayurvedic Chef. Meet Amrita Kaur, co-founder of a Goa-based cafe, Ålter-Native Goa.   Things did not happen overnight for this talented young entrepreneur. It was a journey that unfolded gradually but organically.   More GupShup >> Coming from a household… Continue reading GupShup with Amrita Kaur (Part 1)

‘You Live Once. But In My Case, Twice’

She fell in the bathroom while showering. She woke up 20 days later in Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai, with her right-side fully paralysed.    A few weeks later she moved to Boston to start her rehabilitation. The same city where she finished her undergrad from. The doctors felt the city would also give her a… Continue reading ‘You Live Once. But In My Case, Twice’