Spring, according to Ayurveda, is a denser, heavy, humid and generally cold season. The elements linked to the Kapha dosha (water and earth) are dominant there. Our grandparents said “ they felt the humidity in their bones”. During this season, nature comes back to life after the dormancy of winter, and, just like nature, we need to activate the whole work in order to reduce the stagnation of our body which has not perhaps not moving enough during the season, especially with the current limitations (spring 2021).

Inflammation is a natural and necessary process for our immunity and natural defenses. Except... When inflammation accumulates, deleterious effects can be felt (pain in the joints, elbows, muscle tension, swelling, etc.)

Activating circulation and elimination are two important keys to avoiding stagnation, which can lead to imbalance. We only have to think of a river that stagnates, corrupts, and this undermines the natural process of returning to balance.

In this short video, Krystine demystifies the natural process of inflammation and offers us three tips inspired by the wisdom of Ayurveda to optimize circulation and reduce imbalances linked to an accumulation of inflammation.

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 2:00 Spring perspective according to Ayurveda
  • 4:50 Understanding the factors influencing the build-up of inflammation
  • 7:30 Tip #1: Activate the entire work: an act that is more than cosmetic (but still for cellulite)
  • 9:00 Tip #2: Activate digestion: a process that we believe is innate and which sometimes (often) needs a boost
  • 11:00 Tip #3: Massage yourself with an oil infused with tonic and astringent plants, which combined with the massage, promotes the activation of circulation and the reduction of stagnation that can lead to even more inflammation.
Also discover INSPIRATA sports oil , a principle inspired by grandmother's antiphlogistin, but using whole plants, infused in a chosen blend of vegetable oils with different properties (a process lasting almost a month). Aromatic plants traditionally used to soothe muscle pain and tension.

Ritual guide according to the seasons


To remind you of the importance of taking care of yourself in connection with nature, my team and I have prepared a superb Guide to rituals according to the seasons, which you can download for free.