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created for those who seek a healthy lifestyle that flows with the rhythm of everyday life


“Feed The Flow” is an integrative approach to health and nutrition from a yogi's perspective, guided by evidence-based science and the needs of an individual. It advocates mindful nutrition by being informed of where food comes from, its nutritional value and impact on a physical, mental and emotional level. 

Whether you identify as a vegetarian, omnivore or somewhere in between, there’s a wealth of scientific literature across the globe that consistently demonstrate positive relationship between largely plant-based diets and good health. Well-balanced plant-based diets consisting of fruit, vegetables, whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts and seeds, can help prevent and treat a number of chronic diseases and promote vitality and longevity. “Feed The Flow” encourages individuals to explore the wide array of seasonal plant foods year-round, and experiment with creative ways to prepare plant-based meals. “Feed The Flow” celebrates the entire experience of food, from the moment it’s grown, they way it's prepared, and finally enjoyed.

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Health, in fact, is so much more than just food. “Feed The Flow” widens the lens to bring attention to other equally important aspects of health and wellness that are essential to creating balance within. Yoga asanas (poses) are often the first of eight limbs of yoga described in “The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali" that new practitioners are familiar with. “Feed the Flow” uses basic elements of the physical yoga practice to describe fundamental nutrition concepts. As one’s practice evolves, other branches of yoga, i.e. yamas and niyamas, can shed profound light on our wellbeing and translate as a guide on to how to live healthfully.  

Everything we consume, food and thoughts, and how often we move and rest on a regular basis directly impacts our quality of life.
— @the_yogini_rd

Health, defined by the World Health Organization, is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Eating well is not only essential for good health, but also one of life’s greatest pleasures.  When we feel frustrated or controlled by food rules or diet restrictions, we miss out on a large part of life due to mental, physical and emotional imbalances which can manifest into anxiety, depression, social anxiety around food, disordered eating, nutrient deficiencies, metabolic dysfunction and many other {preventable} undesired illnesses. 


Everything we consume, food and thoughts, and how often we move and rest on a regular basis directly impacts our quality of life. From this perspective, “Feed The Flow” aims to inspire, equip and empower individuals to develop a personal rhythm towards a healthier physical state and mental space that flows with everyday life, and furthermore expand one’s capacity for compassion and ability to help others.