SUMMER is the season for Celebration of life. Kids are out of school and family vacations are taken. There is much energy for physical activities, but it’s when we’re also prone to over-exhaustion.
How do we use Ayurveda principles to tune into our bodies, mind, and spirit so that we can enjoy the most out of this season?
This workshop is focused on maintaining whole being balance in this season abundant of FIRE. Students will learn easy and practical ways to incorporate Ayurveda, nutrition, yoga asana, breath work, and self care routines to:
~ journey to discover your unique constitution
~ gain knowledge to identify seasonal imbalances
~ learn practical lifestyle choices to increase vitality
~ uncover hidden growth for transformation
~ cool & soothe the body, mind & spirit
~ empower your intuitive inner healing
~ cultivate + maintain optimal digestion
We’ll start with an introduction to Ayurveda talk that includes the basic foundational principles and help you develop your sensory awareness to discover your unique constitution, which will empower your intuitive healing.
We will then have a short Yoga practice with postures, drishti (gaze), and breathing specifically chosen for Summer that you can incorporate into your own personal practice or exercise regimen.
Afterwards, we will practice breathing techniques that will bring soothe and cool your body and mind.
Finally, we will enjoy a light organic Ayurveda lunch while we will dive deeper into Ayurveda, specifically deciphering what’s best for your constitution in this season, food choices, and daily self care practices to maintain balance, awaken our senses, and ease you through energetic and hot Summer.
***Handouts and recipes provided with your tuition.
To honor our Divine Mother’s resources, longer handouts will be emailed so you that you may print them at your convenience.***
Please bring with you materials to take notes.
When: Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 1:30pm-4:30pm
$40/per person (before 5/20)
$45/per person (after 5/20)
Registration closes a few days before the workshop so that we have a proper headcount for lunch.
Questions, please send an email.