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Brain Training at Health Zone Wimbledon by Carole Chandler

Brain Training at Health Zone
Carole Chandler – reiki master and relaxation massage specialist

So where did this idea come from?

Well, a few years ago I was fortunate to have someone offer to teach me a method for solving the famous Rubik’s cube. To solve it not just once, nor just occasionally but every time. No maths was needed, which was just as well because I did not consider myself as skilled in that arena.

Once I was assured that the method was achievable by anyone I decided to give it a go.
After all what did I have to lose?

As soon as I started, I really enjoyed the fun of learning it.
The steps were easy to learn.
The steps made sense.
The steps were clear.

It was all new and I attribute my learning enjoyment mostly to the good fortune of having someone to sit beside me each step of the way. It was invaluable to have someone to guide me, to direct me, to explain what was required.

Then one day, one special day, one memorable day I did it. I experienced a feeling which I will never forget. I experienced a feeling which no words can adequately or accurately describe. I overflowed with positive emotions and yes, it felt good.

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Ananda SuperFoods – Ayurveda superfoods and energy bars

Ananda SuperFoods®
Ayurveda – the science of life

Ayurveda has it’s origins in India. The three qualities of Vata, Pitta and Kapha (known as doshas), are all around and within us: in our minds and bodies, in nature, in the seasons and in the foods we eat.

Vata corresponds to space and air and is found within all forms of Movement.

Pitta corresponds to fire and water and is found within all forms of Transformation.

Kapha corresponds to water and earth and is found within all forms of Structure.

We all have an innate natural balance of these three qualities. Most of us are a combination of two of these types, e.g. Vata/Pitta; which means a person is mostly Vata with Pitta as secondary. To help us all see how these may apply to us, here are some descriptions of each type that you should be able to relate to:

For predominantly Vata types, do you:

• need to eat smaller quantities a little more frequently? • forget things often? • worry? • often have lighter sleep? • sometimes try to do too many things in a day? • find you are naturally thin and have a high metabolic rate? • often find your hands and feet are cold? • like sweet, sour and salty things?

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