Bold Freedom is a method that guides you to master how you use your time while you upgrade your physiology simultaneously. Time is the essence of how we find ourselves out of rhythm with our own life. Find the space to heal, have fun days and learn how Yogis remove body aches and pains as they refine with age. Foreword by Amadea Morningstar.
The Bold Freedom method is an elegant fusion of Ayurveda, Time Management and Behavioural Science. It's a guide book to designing a calendar and daily habits that create days you want to show up for, days that take you where you want to be at your own pace. The Bold Freedom method works for individuals, family groups and small business entities.
Bold Freedom is a radical approach to health that looks at where you currently spend your time and energy, asking the question what would you prefer to be doing and knowing that getting there is possible with streamlined steps. In a pragmatic way, Bold Freedom goes as deep as you want, to find the resources, skills and understanding you need to feel happier and healthier. You have the ability to stop going in circles seeking remedies, wasting precious time, energy and money. It begins with you.
|Publisher:||Tiny House Ayurveda|
|Edition description:||2nd ed.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.24(d)|
About the Author
Lover of stand up paddle boarding, bike riding, re-bounding, Yoga and whole-food cooking.
Lesley is an Ayurvedic Medicine Practitioner trained in Australia for three years with master Ashtavaidyan A.N. Narayanan Nambi MD (Ayu) Kerala India, Ray Noronha, Dr Vishnu Pillai and Dr Bosco Paul. Her Myotherapy practice merges Ayurvedic Marma points with trigger points and Cranial-Sacral work with Nadi in an elegant solution for relieving pain and stress, while building resilience simultaneously.
Lesley learnt languages and kitchen pharmacy from immersion into many Asian cultures and traditions while living in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China and India. She's lived in cities, regional and rural towns in Australia, which added invaluable experience about human behaviour and a variety of health conditions.
With a caring practical approach over ten years, Lesley has helped people from as young as two to ninety three years of age with a broad range of health conditions. From digestive issues and acne, to insomnia and Parkinson's disease, Lesley works with the human body's natural ability to heal deeply and sustainably.
Since 2001 Lesley has co-authored a cook book (out of print), held workshops in Ayurvedic Theory, Cooking and Massage, completed trainings in Health Coaching and Aged Care, consulted and cooked for commercial kitchens and events and established two health clinics in Australia. She's been a rural fire fighter and created two start ups, which she let go to streamline their mission through the central hub of Tiny House Ayurveda. Lesley created and co-hosts the Radical Ayurveda Podcast. Lesley's future projects include more involvement in the Tiny House movement and off-grid living, and supporting her peers in the health sector with stress and pain relief through hands on therapy.
Table of Contents
Foreword - by Amadea Morningstar 11
Realign to time 23
Begin where you are 24
Big picture possibilities 31
Design doable steps 39
Make time for action 47
Reset the scene 54
Move the furniture 55
Align your relationships 62
Know how your body works 68
Clear any blocks 69
The daily way 80
Enjoy the practice 94
Changing direction and troubleshooting 95
Share what you have, rinse and repeat 103
About the Author 109