Ayurveda Workshops

Ayurveda’s healing practices are as relevant today as they were 5,000 years ago. Described as the oldest system of health and healing, ayurveda is the art of daily living in harmony with the laws of nature. All of ayurveda’s healing practices are based on an understanding of how to use the elements to balance the body and mind. Ayurvedic practices include: lifestyle, food, herbs, yoga, meditation, pranayama and massage.

The goal of Ayurveda is to teach people how to attain optimal health through a deeper understanding of themselves and their own particular nature in relationship to the world around them.

Workshop Schedule

March
Workshop: INTRO TO AYURVEDA

May
Workshop: PITTA (SUMMER)

September
Workshop: VATA (FALL/EARLY WINTER)

November
Workshop: AYURVEDIC KITCHEN

January
Workshop: KAPHA (LATE WINTER/SPRING)

Intro to Ayurveda

Everything in nature, including ourselves, has a varying degree of the five elements: ether, air, fire, water and earth. We will discuss how these elements and qualities are present physically, emotionally, daily and seasonally.

Pitta (Summer)

Adjusting our food and lifestyle routines according to the seasons is key for maintaining balance in the body and mind. The summer months are characterized by the element of fire and all of its qualities: hot, intense, sharp, clear, light, and dry. As such, we look to our food and lifestyle choices to prevent the heat […]

Vata (Fall/Early Winter)

Adjusting our food and lifestyle routines according to the seasons is key for maintaining balance in the body and mind. Fall and early winter are characterized by the element of XXX and all of its qualities: XXX. As such, we look to our food and lifestyle choices to prevent the XXX of XXX from accumulating and becoming excessive. […]

Kapha (Late Winter/Spring)

Adjusting our food and lifestyle routines according to the seasons is key for maintaining balance in the body and mind. Late winter and spring are characterized by the element of XXX and all of its qualities: XXX. As such, we look to our food and lifestyle choices to prevent the XXX of XXX from accumulating and […]