17 de June 2011

Hari Tea, green tea for the soul

For thousands of years, every culture has a wise person in charge of extracting and blending the healing qualities of plants, herbs and spices. To find this wise people you had to go looking into the caves and mountains to reach them.

At present there is no need to travel long distances in their search, you can enjoy and benefit from their ancient treasures in your home.
Hari Tea is a line of organic teas made in old fashioned way, selecting herbs and spices by hand, wrapped in 100% pure cotton, so they can release their aroma.

Hari Tea infusions are grouped into four categories:

Mental: It helps to focus and streamline your mind, feeling relaxed and refreshed.
The mental teas are the Hari Tea Mindscape and the Hari Tea Persistence of Memory.

Spiritual: Connects you to your inner self and brings you closer to your heart.
The spiritual teas are the Hari Tea Within and Without, the Hari Tea Center Calm and the Hari Tea Inner Connection.

Creative: Activates your creativity and supports you to enjoy a full equilibrium.
The creative teas are the Hari Tea New Sensation and the Hari Tea Life in Balance.

Physical: Helps recover from heavy physical exertion, strengthening the body.
The physical teas are the Hari Tea Tummy in Harmony and the Hari Tea Inner Flow.

Within these four groups of tea infusions, you will find different combinations of herbs and spices specially designed for you.
Ginger, Green Tea and Turmeric are ingredients that are repeated in most of them, for their high level healing, delicious aroma and flavor.

Ginger has been used by the Chinese for over 2,500 years by applying it to various uses such as nausea, dizziness, digestive processes, respiratory conditions, colds, etc.

Green tea is the most consumed beverage in the world, behind only water.
In traditional Chinese medicine, it is used to relieve headaches, help eliminate toxins, to prolong youth, etc.

Turmeric is a plant that also has been used for some time in Asia for the treatment of various diseases such as gastrointestinal upset, arthritic pain and low power.

You can find Hari Tea at our Online Shop and start to benefit now with the wisdom from the past!


4 de January 2011

Yoga Diet: Eat The Right Food To Nurture Your Spirit

Yoga Diet (Anna Yoga) is an essential aspect of your daily yoga practice and is one of the Five Principles of Yoga. In order to fully benefit from what Yoga has to offer, you need to nourish your mind and your body to keep you alert and energized throughout the day and attain emotional and spiritual balance by redefining your relationship with food.

In general, make sure to have a well-balanced diet, always eat in moderation and practice the Three Gunas, eat a proper organic diet, modify your diet patterns and fast.

The Three Gunas: According to Yogic Philosophy energy has three qualities which exist in balance, and once energy takes form, one quality of the three dominates. Therefore on a fruit tree, some fruits are ripe (sattvic), some are ripening (rajasic) and some are overripe (tamasic).

Eating Sattvic foods is the purest diet; It nourishes the body and calms and purifies the mind—leading to true health.

Eat a proper Organic Diet: Having an active lifestyle is not enough; a “proper diet” is also needed. Proper diet has different connotations for different people, but no matter what diet you’re into, make sure that your body gets the nutrients that it needs by eating organically based on the Three Gunas.

By going organic you will help save the environment and your digestive system will have an easier time processing your food.

Modify your diet patterns: To change your food patterns can be challenging, particularly if you are used to a specific diet for a long time. The transition to change your diet can be made easier with determination and knowledge.

Start by increasing your consumption of fruits and vegetables—finally changing to a pure vegetarian diet for a stronger body and improved frame of mind.

Fasting: Fasting has been used for thousands of years as a way of cleansing and rejuvenating the body and allowing your digestive system to recover from abuse and to get rid of bodily toxins.

Start with a single-day water fast, a fruit juice fast or a vegetable juice fast, however, only after three days of fasting will you see the most benefits: increased mental and physical energy, enhanced concentration and an enrichment of the senses. It’s important that when you break the fast, it is done in the evening, with fruit, to allow the food to digest while you sleep at night.
By following these recommendations in conjunction with proper yoga practice, you will nourish your body and nurture your spirit with the Yoga Diet.…

7 de July 2010

Welcome to our new YogaYe blog!

The online shop for yoga gear and accessories – from yogis for yogis and those who want to become yogis.
We are looking forward to reading comments, feedback and new ideas from you!
The YogaYe team.…