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Ayurveda Is The Blueprint For Your Body-Mind-Spirit Health

Written by: Liliane Roux, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.

Executive Contributor Liliane Roux

Ayurveda provides a holistic approach to well-being, emphasising the integration of the body, mind, and spirit. This realisation came to light for me after working in the technology industry for nearly two decades. After a career shift that was long overdue, It became extremely clear that I was slowly but surely heading towards a burnout.


The name of the game is “Achievement”

We want more! It’s all about getting promoted. I remember, almost 10 years ago when I was contemplating a career in leadership, someone I regarded at the time as a model, asked me:”How bad do you want it? Are you willing to do anything to get there?”I thought: “yeah…of course! I will work as hard as necessary”! Working hard in order to be recognised, rewarded with promotions and salary increases tends to be what high achievers are after.


The modern lifestyle, characterised by extended working hours, heightened stress levels, sedentary behaviours, inadequate sleep, and poor nutrition, poses significant challenges to overall health and happiness. Ayurveda offers a comprehensive solution by focusing on a balanced integration of various elements such as diet, herbal remedies, exercise, meditation, breathing, and physical therapy.


4 Tips to incorporate Ayurvedic principles into daily life

  1. I suggest prioritising the circadian rhythm, embracing sunlight exposure, maintaining a consistent sleep schedule, and avoiding stimulants like caffeine. Creating a sleep-conducive environment and investing in comfortable bedding further contribute to better sleep.

  2. Stimulating digestion is another key aspect, involving mindful eating in a calm environment, consuming herbs and spices like ginger and pomegranate chutney, and avoiding extremely cold drinks and food. Ayurveda recommends making lunch the most substantial meal and finishing dinner before 8:00 p.m.

  3. Nature's medicine, represented by herbs and spices rich in antioxidants, is highlighted to enhance the immune system, reducing the risk of various health conditions.

  4. Finally, meditation is emphasised for its physical and mental benefits, including activation of self- repair mechanisms, reduction in stress, improved sleep, and the modulation of gene expression linked to diseases.


Incorporating these Ayurvedic practices into your life offers a holistic approach to health, addressing the interconnectedness of the body, mind, and spirit in the pursuit of overall well-being.

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Liliane Roux, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

More than 10 years ago, my personal journey lead me to become first a Personal Trainer and then to embrace Life and Business Coaching.​​ As a Holistic Coach, I believe all the dimensions of our lives (professional, personal & physical) are connected and influence each other. As a Sales Leader, I had to learn how to embrace my entire self (emotions, intuitions, and analytical mind) in order to maintain an overall well-being.



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