tea instead of alcohol

Drink Tea this Holiday Season to Wind Down in a Healthy Way

For many people, alcohol is the drink of choice to unwind or to sip along with their evening meal. However, recent evidence points to the fact that even limited alcohol consumption increases the risk of cancer and other diseases. If you are looking for a healthier way to relax at the end of the day, consider making a cup of tea your evening ritual.

Read More

If You’re not Perfect then Yoga is for You

Starting a yoga practice can raise a lot of emotions, especially when trying to sync your busy life with a studio’s class schedule; it might never feel like the right time. The idea of walking into a yoga class full of strangers when you don’t know the difference between child’s pose and downward facing dog can be discouraging. Private one-on-one sessions can help start to build a basic foundation, reconnect with your deepest self and learn to carry that out into the world to share. Maybe your goal is to one day feel comfortable attending those yoga classes or to tap into a meditative practice, maybe it’s to learn inversions and take your practice to the next level. The possibilities are endless with private yoga lessons.

Read More

Natural Migraine Remedies

Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. households include someone who experiences migraines, resulting in a shocking 12% of the population prone to headaches. There are countless causes of migraines and the side effects can be crippling. Many people don’t feel comfortable or satisfied with over the counter medication. Ease tension and headaches with these natural migraine remedies available at Arogya that can be used day or night.

Read More

Magic Butterfly Pea Blossom Tea

It’s not just the luminous hue and color-changing properties of this herbal tea that make it magical. Butterfly Pea Blossom Tea is also a medicinal herb with many beneficial properties. A native flower of Southeast Asia, butterfly pea flower has been used in traditional herbal medicine, and consumed as a daily tisane, for centuries.

Read More
In Sync Essential Oil Blend & CBD

Be In Sync: A Guide for Grounding with Essential Oils

In Sync is an essential oil blend and CBD roll-on for grounding and inspiring reflection – something so many of us need in our busy and stressful lives. The formula was inspired by Ray Dalio’s book Principles that discusses the concept that in order to be successful you have to be in sync with yourself and those around you. 

Read More

The Four Pillars of Optimum Health

Many clients come to Arogya perplexed by a health issue. “I exercise, I eat healthy food, I just don’t understand why is this happening…” When looking at health, food and exercise are essential, however, they are not the whole picture. In fact, there are four main areas of our lives that contribute to our health and well-being, and we must take them all into account.

Read More

Yin Yoga 101

Yin Yoga is a wonderful compliment to a faster paced practice such as vinyasa or ashtanga yoga. when you look at the two practices as a whole you really shouldn’t have one without the other. Together they make up the complete practice. Yin yoga is for everyone, including well seasoned yogis. This is a great way to recharge your practice, slow down and heal from the inside out.

Read More

Hemp Oil and CBD Benefits

If you’ve had your ear to the wellness pavement, you’ll notice that CBD products are becoming more and more popular. Companies are jumping on the bandwagon to include CBD in everything from face masks to dog treats. There is even chatter that Coca-Cola is seeking to use the oil in a new soft drink formulation. With all the buzz about both cannabis- and hemp-derived CBD products, its difficult to know which products are the most effective and why.

Read More

Craniosacral Therapy, Stress, and the Nervous System

Do you have an injury that is taking an unusually long time to heal? Or maybe you are pushing through headaches, belly aches, hormonal issues, or muscle pain on a daily basis?

In our modern and busy lives, many of us are operating on overdrive. Multitasking, overstimulation from technology, and constant everyday stress leaves us “on” at all times. It is now widely recognized that this imbalance can lead to low energy and chronic health issues. The American Medical Association stated in 2016 that: “It has been verified through scientific exploration that more than 80 percent of all diseases are due to stress and strain that originate in the mind and reflect on the body.”

Read More