Episode: 18

Everyday Ayurvedic Self-Care Rituals You Didn’t Know About with Indu Arora

Welcome to Episode 18 of Let’s Talk Yoga!

Indu Arora is back on the podcast talking about her latest book SOMA 100 heritage self-care recipes. Ayurvedic self-care is taking care of ourselves from within. Indu's book is filled with recipes, rituals & remedies. Looking after ourselves is especially important these times, so if you’re like me who loves anything DIY and self-care, you'll enjoy this conversation.

Indu Arora was on the show when we talked about Yoga Nidra. She’s here again to talk about her latest book, SOMA: 100 Heritage Recipes for Self-Care which is in ebook format, making it readily accessible for everyone. Indu considers this book as a journey through her childhood, the compilation of practical and philosophical wisdom she received in her formative years which she now shares with the readers. If you're looking to invest in your wellness & self-care and want to move beyond trendy self-care. Tune in now.

Episode Highlights:

  • What is SOMA?
  • What is at stake if we don’t talk about ourselves?
  • How important is self-care routine?
  • Indu’s favorite morning ritual
  • Indu’s nighttime practice
  • Oiling the soles of the feet
  • What is oil pulling and its benefits?
  • Tongue scraping and the difference between steel and copper tongue scrapers
  • What to do to keep our ears healthy
  • Indu suggests a simple way to practice mouna
  • Indu’s favorite eye-care ritual
  • Mudras and it's part in self-care
  • Indu shares the value of self-care

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Indu Arora

Indu Arora, Ayurveda and Yoga Therapist considers herself a student for lifetime. She has been sharing about Yoga philosophy, Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda since 1999. She is inspired by and taught under  Kriya Yoga, Himalayan Yoga, Kashmir Shivaism and Sivananda Yoga lineages. She has studied both Yoga and Ayurveda in a traditional Guru paramapara setting.


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