How did you find yourself living in Bali, and what do you enjoy most about living there?
After working for a couple of years after graduating, I found myself searching for more. Wanting to learn more, I felt an urge to travel to the west side of the world to see it with my own eyes, absorbing as much as I can and learning more about holistic health & wellness practices.
What I love the most about being in Bali is the possibility to enjoy life at the fullest, taking care of myself while I help others with information and inspiration. One of the best things here is the abundant nature where we can connect to our true essence and live a life co-creating with consciousness.
Another great thing is getting to know people from all around the world, different cultures and sharing knowledge, good experiences, laughs, surfing, sunsets and amazing organic food together.
We see you speak about Ayurveda on your Instagram, can you give those who aren’t familiar with this a little overview into what Ayurveda is, and how you practise this in life?
Originating from India, Ayurveda has been practiced for over 5000 years, and is recognized today around the world for its profound knowledge and healing power. It’s a form of alternative medicine, emphasising the full connection between body, mind and spirit. It is one of the most complete sciences for not only the treatment, but prevention towards ill health. Based on a model of total well-being, the science of longevity allows us to accomplish our full potential in all aspects of our lives.
By understanding your own constitution and biotype, known as doshas, you can start to make more conscious choices for your health.
From a view that we process everything that we get in contact with, such as our senses, from food to emotions and knowing that we are all different and have different needs, Ayurveda guides us towards what elements we can add or remove from our nutrition and habits to improve our digestion and well being.