Ayurveda is an ancient holistic healing practice that is still relevant today. What is it and why might it be meaningful for you? Grounded in the principles and rhythms of nature, Ayurveda literally translates as the knowledge of life. And its name says it all. Ayurveda is a body of wisdom that teaches us how to live healthfully and happily in our body in the most natural way possible. Ayurveda can be used to support and treat every day issues that make us feel less than ideal - like bloating, stomach-aches, lethargy and sleeplessness. But, Ayurveda is not limited to being a way to treat symptoms and dis-ease. First & foremost, Ayurveda is a way of life, a way to live your life to support health and prevent disease by learning to live harmoniously with our natural rhythms and needs. Its almost like an instruction manual as to how to live our most vital and connected life. And although it sounds mystical and complex, the beauty is that its quite the opposite.
Ayurvedic self care makes sense. It is practical and wise and the more we come to this practice, the more attuned we become with the deeper rhythms and awarenesses of our true self. Truly as beings, we are made up of the same elements as everything else in the universe. We are the microcosm of the macrocosm and as such we move through cycles and rhythms that we have forgotten affect us. But with Ayurveda we begin to remember, to attune and to come back home to the innate and intuitive wisdom of our true self.
Join Sara Eavenson, Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist, for this 2 hour introductory Ayurveda workshop and walk away with a simple instruction manual for daily tweaks for more holistic living. Learn about the Ayurvedic clock, your own natural rhythms and constitution (dosha) and the life changing practices of Dinacharya/Daily Routine.
DATE: Saturday February 16