When everyday life leaves its traces and your personal rhythm is a little bit out, Ayurveda, the world’s oldest form of medicine, can help to harmonise your body and mind again.
Today, Ayurveda is more relevant than ever. This holistic art of healing offers sustained support that extends much further than just treatment. It is particularly effective for stress-induced symptoms such as exhaustion, excess weight and digestive disorders.
The second issue of the Ayurveda by Giardino magazine is full of interesting insights into both the theory and the practice. Find out why Ayurveda has nothing to do with Indian food, why actress Iris Berben loves Ayurveda, and how to rekindle your fire of life. Try it for yourself.
A picture is often worth more than a thousand words – but pictures don’t tell us the stories behind them or where the inspiration came from, and, above all, they don’t give anyone a chance to have their say. In the Giardino magazine, we give both pictures and words free rein to reveal the charm and character of what lies in store. This winter’s highlights:
Glamour is my art – When Andy Warhol’s muse makes an appearance
Free fall – When the World Ski Championships get underway in St. Moritz
Great taste – When patisserie chefs steal the show in Zurich
High speed – When a tunnel becomes a record-breaker
“Those who find beautiful meanings in beautiful things are the cultivated.”Oscar Wilde