Give it a break, digestion, detoxing and self care


Welcome dear listener,

Thank you for the reviews!

Giving your digestion a break to help process accumulated toxins.

Each fall and spring, you need to detox to move old toxins out of the body.

In Ayurveda this is done twice a year, even seasonally for some who need deeper healing,

This is different from the juice fad detoxes that can be pretty harsh and stressful on the body.

I have an ebook outiining exactly how to do this.

Basically it is a process of eating easily digestible food to relieve some of that energy your body usually will use for digesting and instead use it to move some old stored toxins out of the body.

When this is done in combination with dry brushing, self massage, and gentle yoga, the body can really enter a state of healing and nourishment.

If you want to get in on this, click the link and get the ebook.

Kitchari Detox eBook

Begin to explore if you are eating the same stuff all the time.

What is available near you?

Then get curious about what kind of nutrients are actually in the food you are eating and question if you are receiving everything you need to thrive!  Chances are you are not unless you are on top of your game, drinking fresh veggie juice every day, along with a colorful plate of food.

Choose a diversity of plants to consume. Lighten the toxic accumulation in your body by choosing organic when ever possible.

Thank you for listening.

Much love,


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Published by Alec Hurley

Alec Hurley is a Yoga Health Coach, yoga teacher in the San Diego area and a life long surfer. He is the founder of Higher Self Wellness and an avid practitioner of ancient wisdom and spiritual practices which he infuses into his public yoga classes and group program “The Art of Connection”. He is professionally trained as a Chef and incorporates the ancient wisdom of “food as medicine” into his culinary creations. Alec infuses the practices of personal and planetary alignment into his modern healthy lifestyle toolkit to help shift the collective into deeper states of connection.

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