3 easy & effective Ayurveda rituals to do daily

3 easy ayurveda beauty rituals
Try these daily ayurveda beauty rituals
Yoga teacher and ayurveda expert Insiya Rasiwala-Finn
Insiya Rasiwala-Finn
by Liz Eustace

According to Ayurveda, yoga’s ancient, wise and eminently practical sister science, how you spend your mornings is key to setting the tone for your day. Yoga teacher and ayurveda expert Insiya Rasiwala-Finn shares three powerful Ayurvedic health and beauty rituals that you can do in 15 minutes or less to feel vibrant and ready to take on another day.

Try these everyday ayurveda beauty tips: 

Replenish and cleanse

Start your day by drinking at least one (if not two) glasses of warm water with a squeeze of half a lemon and some thinly sliced ginger. The lemon will alkalize your gut and the ginger will stimulate the agni or fire we sometimes need to help our digestion on cold winter mornings. See more natural ways to improve digestion.

Get oily

We lose water content and fluidity in our bodies with age. In Ayurveda this is known as shukhra and regular oil massage (Abhyanga) keeps us juicy and supple inside out. After your morning shower, take some almond oil in the palm of your hands and using long, gentle strokes massage the oil into your body, moving from the extremities toward your heart. Get more at-home ayurveda spa ideas here.

Breathe and move

Do 5 cat/cows, gently rolling your neck up and down and allowing the movement to ease into your spine in rhythm with your breath. If you have a few minutes to spare, do five sun salutations or a longer yoga practice. View our free yoga at home online yoga video library.

Breathe in deeply and embrace the day. Hungry? Make Quinoa & Red Lentil Kitchari to balance and nourish your body.

About the Author

Liz Eustace

Present: Leadership coach, author, presenter, brand expert and momma of two!

Inspiration: my kiddies, laughter, countless yoga teachers, my creative hubby, my youthful mom & dad, my wacky sisters, kindness, my unpredictable brother, stillness and Prudence Bruns. 

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