Getting back to routine : Last Week at Amrutam 12.09.2022

Here’s a glimpse of what happened at Amrutam last week.

What's new at Amrutam?

Getting back to a routine filled with deadlines, assignments, and work can feel very overwhelming. But don't worry, we understand your plight and have covered for you.

At Amrutam, we believe it’s important to reconnect with your mind first, and then the physical body follows the same rhythm. One way of bringing such consciousness and ‘ekagrata’ - focusing on one thing is to start practicing yoga every morning before you start your day.

Here's how you can kick start your yoga journey, so you don't feel lost and overwhelmed: Let's do Yoga.


  • ● Do you often struggle trying to build a routine? Do you create elaborate timetables and plans but have a hard time trying to execute them? You are not the only one. There are certain reasons why we repeat such patterns. You can find out more about this here.
  • ●  Our body is a biological machine at its simplest. When provided with appropriate fuel (nutrition) the body is capable of thought, speech and emotions. However with our fast paced lives we tend to fall in the traps of diets even though they save time but it comes at a cost to our body and general health. So here are six recipes that can help to detox your body and calm your mind.


Product of the Week

Amrutam's Kumkumadi Oil is a potent herbal oil that restores the skin's natural radiance while reversing ageing, dullness, and discoloration. It is produced with a mixture of potent herbal herbs, such as Kesar and Rakta Chandana, and aids in sunburn relief, reduces dark under-eye bags, and gives your face a mystical glow

What we are reading:

How to not feel sleepy all the time

All around me, I see people gush about how much they love sleeping. They love it so much that they can sleep on their study table or at their work desk. They can doze off during their commute, more.



Cosmetic Beauty from an Ayurvedic Lens 

Instagram filters have created unrealistic beauty standards. They resemble a smokescreen, which conceals reality and creates an illusion of perfectionism. Consequently, we started tailoring ourselves accordingly and never noticed that the desire to fit in comes more.


Quote of the week:

“To keep the body in good health is a duty...otherwise we shall not be able to keep the mind strong and clear.”

– Buddha

That’s it from our side, till then, toodles!


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