Seasonal Balance with Ayurveda: Winter
December 5 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Ayurveda is the medicine that is practiced in India. It is an ancient science filled with ancient wisdom. The main goal of Ayurveda is to bring yourself back into balance through diet, lifestyle and other health practices (including yoga), so that you can live a healthy life feeling your best.
As the seasons shift, so do our bodies and minds. Ayurveda offers profound diet and lifestyle recommendations that support ultimate health through the seasonal shifts. As we move from Summer to Fall, Fall to Winter, Winter to Spring, and Spring to Summer, Ayurveda provides easy and helpful practices we can put in place to keep us balanced with a peaceful mind.
This four-part series is offered at the transition between each season: Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter to provide dietary and self-care practices that will best support you make an easy transition to optimize health, well-being and to maintain balance. While it is ideal to take all four Seasonal Balance Workshops, you can also take one.
– Learn how the seasonal shift affects your body and mind, and learn supportive and easy steps one can take to stay in balance.
– Diet and lifestyle recommendations will be provided based on the season and your specific constitution.
– Get seasonal recipes to eat healthy and according to what suits your needs.
Schedule: Sunday December 5th, 2-4pm
- Single day pass: $60, or $45 when you register on or before November 28th, 2021
- All inclusive 4-day pass for Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter sessions: $160
- Only students 18 and above can take class. Masks are required of all students and staff upon entrance and in common spaces such as lobby and hallways.
- This workshop is “vaccination required”. Upload proof of your vaccination to register.
- All students must bring their own mats. Props and disposable wipes will be provided.
- Do not come to class if you are experiencing COVID symptoms or have been in contact with someone with COVID.
- This workshop will be limited to 15 students and will also be available for livestream and replay.