I am your Ayurvedic practitioner and Yoga teacher in Ottawa,Canada. I have graduated as an Ayurvedic Consultant from the School of Ayurveda and Panchakarma in Kannur India. I specialize in a branch of Ayurveda called Panchakarma, which is the best way to help give your body a helping hand in becoming healthy and balanced.

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Vata Tips

Vata Tips

We suggest you eliminate any dry foods from your diet, such as crackers and dry cereals. Also eliminate any cold food, like drinks directly from the fridge. Avoid having an empty stomach and overextending yourself at work. Sleep a good 10 to 12 hours.

Best treatment for you is Shirodhara

Try the recipe: Kale soup or any other recipes in the book of vata.

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Late fall Canadian Salsa

Late fall Canadian Salsa

One way to use those extra tomatoes from your fall harvest is by doing fresh salsas. Done in 5 minutes this salsa can accompany rice, vegetables or just to enjoy with tortillas. Good for kapha and pittas, vatta dosha use in moderation.


1/2 (55 g)green onions.

1 (10 g) jalapeño pepper, seeds and membranes removed

1/4 cup (5 g) fresh cilantro

1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice

1 teaspoon salt (optional)

6 (672 g) ripe Roma tomatoes, quartered (24 quarters), divided use.


Place onion, jalapeño pepper, cilantro, lemon juice, and six of the tomato quarters into the blender. Pulse for a few seconds. Them add the rest of the tomatoes and pulse one more time until the tomatoes are in chunks 

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Morning booster warm drink

Morning booster warm drink

This delicious golden drink is good for all doshas. It builds all 7 tissues and allow a smooth and steady fortification.

This is how I make it:

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Coconut whipping cream

Coconut whipping cream

This vegan cream is excellent for pittas and add a light coat to tarts or fresh fruits.



1 can of coconut milk without the guar gum ingredient. Guar gum do not allow the cream to separate from the water. We want the milk to be separate.

1 tsp vanilla

1/3 tsp coconut sugar




Place can in the fridge overnight.

Remove the chilled can from fridge and FLIP it upside down.

Open the can and our the coconut liquid into another bowl.

Scoop the coconut cream into your chilled bowl.

Whip the cream.

Add in a touch of sweetener and vanilla extract and whip it again.

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