Motivating and Empowering People to Live Healthier and Happier lives

Taking small steps regularly to achieve big improvements in the long run.

Are you tired of quick-fix health programs offered by glamorous trainers with picture perfect bodies who never seem to have a bad day in their life? Who seem as zen as the Dalai Lama no matter what shit hits the fan? You’ve come to the right place!

Karen & Christophe

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"Health is a state of complete mental, social and physical well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."

– World Health Organization, 1948

Improving your health

Living a healthy life encompasses a lot of things, for example:

  • what you consume (food, news, social media, the air you breathe...);
  • how you buy, cook and eat your food;
  • how (much) you move;
  • all your daily routines;
  • the people you interact with;
  • your thoughts;
  • your reactions to outside influences.

To name just a few. Not only that, but also, and perhaps most importantly, how all these factors interact with one another.

If you’re currently searching for ways to improve your health, chances are you are overwhelmed with all the information you have found. You probably don’t know where to begin. Nor how to begin.

Let us reassure you: you are not the only one! In fact, most people who ponder making changes in order to feel better will recognize your situation. So the good news is: you are not alone. We know from personal experience (we're on the same journey) where you come from, and we would love to help you figure out what is the best way for you to change towards a healthier, happier life style.

No quick fix, magic pill or fast track

A word of caution though: there are no quick fixes, no magic pills and no fast tracks for this. To radically change your life style from one day to the next is setting yourself up for failure. Anybody who’s trying to convince you of the opposite is either misinformed or lying.

You see, during our evolution, we have become programmed to resist change. It’s something to do with survival. That’s why the majority of people fail at radical change. The moment you formulate the mere intention for any significant change, your brain kicks in, hitting the brakes.

Slow but steady

Fortunately, there is a way to circumvent this mechanism. And that is by taking it slowly. By making many small changes over a long period of time. By observing one's own changes and thereby motivating oneself on the new journey.

Instead of changing everything at once, you pick one or two (little) things per week and you change them. Imagine doing that for any aspect of your life over a period of, for example, one year. You get the picture?


As we journeyed through our lives, we came across Ayurveda, the ancient philosophy of healthy living, originating from the Indian continent. And it makes so much sense that we have whole heartedly adopted it. So we've integrated it with all the other lessons we've learned over the course of our lives so far, and this website is the result.

Please join us for a journey of discovery towards more health and happiness ❤️

Karen and Christophe