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Holy Basil or Tulsi (Flowers) are sacred to Hindus and possess many health-giving qualities.
What's next after Chia seeds?
Healthnuts, tea lovers, and hindus may already be familiar with Tulsi, or Holy Basil. But have you heard of Tulsi seeds?
Incorporated into the diet, basil seeds can be used to relieve indigestion, respiratory disorders such as colds and flus, ease skin disorders, relieve stress and control blood sugar in those with Type II diabetes, as supported by research by the Sutter Gould Medical Foundation.
Look out for them in fine food stores in Bali and very soon in a health food store near you.
Acroyoga picture courtesy of acroyoga.com
The latest thing in the yoga world is a dynamic yoga practice for two. Blending yoga and acrobatics, two people explore the relationship between moving and being moved, creating fluid poses of beauty stemming from trust, playfulness and community.
Participants who wish to learn both dynamics of moving and being moved practice Solar mode which teaches
all three roles of Base (mover), Flyer (being moved), and Spotter (knowledge of both). In Lunar, participants are locked into Giver (mover) and Receiver (moved) roles to explore a deeper connection of giving kindness.
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