5 Ways to Stay Energized During the Holiday Season
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Stay Energized during the Holiday Season which is now almost here!
1. Create space to celebrate.
2. Serve Thanksgiving dinner with a side of Ayurveda.
3. Don't forget to detox.
4. Boost your mood with mudras.
5. Stay hydrated.
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