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Spring Cleanse

A 14-day community cleanse

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Presented by: 
Om Rishikesh & Justine Miller

Sunday, March 27 - April 9 

Have you been interested in a cleanse but feel fearful of restriction or are unsure how to make the most of it? 

 

Have you tried cleanse after cleanse only to feel depleted, run down and hungry? 

 

Join Om & Justine for a community based cleanse to revitalize your mind, body and energy. Manage cravings, rejuvenate, and support your body in doing the hard work to move out stagnant energy. 

 

Many cleanses in the West tend to be depleting. Juice and smoothie cleanses can be drying, cold and agitating to the body, offering short term results and long term imbalances. 

 

Ayurvedic cleansing is so unique in that it allows you to focus on less strain, rest, and rejuvenation. You eat real, nourishing foods, support the process with lifestyle practices and integrate it into your life easefully. 

 

Ayurveda recommends that we cleanse twice a year: in the fall to release the excess heat that has built up during the summer months and to prepare the immune system for the winter, and in the spring to release the heaviness that has accumulated. 

 

Learn more about Ayurvedic cleansing in this FREE masterclass with Om & Justine below and sign up to join our community cleanse! 

Elements of an Ayurvedic cleanse

Foods to avoid

Alcohol, gluten, dairy, meat (can have chicken or fish if needed in your diet), fermented foods, sugar, oils (besides ghee or avocado / coconut oil), nuts, hot sauce

When to avoid a cleanse

If you are pregnant, nursing, recovering from surgery or have a weakened immune system, it is best not to cleanse at this time. 

 
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