Autumn Ritucharya session
Learn how to prepare for the vata season! 45 minutes. $50Ayurveda
Mysore Ashtanga Yoga
The Front Climbing Gym
October 15, 22, 29
Introduction to Ayurveda
SLCC Health and Fitness Conference
Ayurveda has two goals: staying healthy and healing imbalance. This workshop will introduce ayurvedic principles that can do both. We will look at the three functional energies (vata, pitta, kapha), diet, digestion, and lifestyle/daily routine and how to individually balance these in our own lives.
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Vata Season Cooking Party
Cook and mingle with yogis and ayurveda aficionados for the cool, dry fall season. We’ll use warming spices, squashes, grains and ghee! Speaking of ghee, we will also review our ghee-making skills and whip up a batch. This isn’t really a class, it’s more of a cooking social. If you’re not really into group cooking, just pop in later to dine with us!
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Book a FREE Introduction to Ayurveda Workshop at your yoga studio
Offer ayurveda to your students!
I am currently booking my fall workshops. If you would like to offer a free Ayurveda workshop at your studio, or offer private ayurveda consults, or additional workshops, let’s talk soon.
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Ayurveda has two goals: staying healthy and healing imbalance. As an Ayurvedic Counselor, I am trained to work with individuals on food choices, lifestyle & routines, herbs and yoga practices that work specifically to the person’s unique combination of qualities so that the individual feels more balanced, vibrant, healthy and happy.
During an ayurvedic consultation we discuss your current lifestyle, food preferences, imbalances and goals, then together we create an individualized plan to support your goals and health. I educate you on ayurveda and help you to create the life you really want – a vibrant, healthy, loving life!
yoga teacher trainings
Do you want to bring an authentic flavor to your teacher training? I have been studying Ashtanga Yoga, Sanskrit, Vedic Philosophy, Ayurveda and Chanting for many years. I am so grateful that my original yoga teachers were so passionate about these things that they incorporated them into my training, both as a YTT student and as a general yoga student. Every ashtanga class I attended ended with at least 10 minutes of chanting, sanskrit or philosophy.
I feel it’s important to carry on that tradition by bringing these practices to yoga teacher trainings. How can one really understand yoga without knowing its language? Sanskrit is much more than fancy pose names. It is a beautifully structured system based on 4000 grammar rules, absolute precision in sound and brilliance of the mind when learning or using it. Sanskrit chants are one of the most effective way to heal the mind. And yoga is all about the mind!
With over 8 years of experience teaching yoga teachers and having studied with some of the best teachers in these philosophies, I can offer your students a memorable learning experience that will inspire them to go beyond the poses, seek true knowledge and graduate your program empowered with skills that most programs don’t have the resources to offer.