- March 5, 2019 at 4:34 pm #6299Sarah RusnakKeymaster
It’s week #4 which is all about morning routines for the human body + Ayurveda’s wisdom about digestion. Tongue scraping is part of this week, this is such an easy habit to incorporate so if you don’t have one yet, get one and put it right next to your toothbrush (location cue!!) and begin this awesome mouth hygiene habit.
We have two Zoom calls this week, one on Thursday at 4:30 PM PST and one on Saturday at 12 PM PST. I hope you can come to both of them. Please come with any questions you have and also, be willing to share what’s coming up for you with the way all of this is intersecting with your life. I’m looking forward to it!
Here’s the zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/785839170
I should let you know that Loh needed to withdraw from the course for personal reasons. Let’s wish her well in our hearts.
- March 5, 2019 at 4:43 pm #6300Sara HansenParticipant
Yes, tongue scraping has been super easy to do…dry brushing, not so much! Thanks for suggesting new habits to try and I look forward to hearing from others. Sending love to Loh.
- March 7, 2019 at 5:08 pm #6302Sarah RusnakKeymaster
Thx so much for send Loh your warmth and well wishes.
If you’re feeling challenged with Dry Brushing try reading this article: https://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/dry-skin-brushing-downside/
It may not be a good practice for you? Maybe you can find a softer brush and/or use a lighter touch?
Maybe you can use these silk gloves instead? https://www.amazon.com/Massage-Gloves-Brushing-Exfoliation-Garshana/dp/B01IQMU5W6
Dry skin brushing benefits our lymph system.
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