Ayurveda & Classical Yoga Workshops
Ayurveda and Yoga are ancient sister sciences. Ayurveda is a form of medicine and healthy lifestyle. Yoga is traditionally a spiritual practice. Thus Ayurveda helps to keep one healthy on their spiritual path to realizing their beautiful, true, loving essence.
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The Sivananda Yoga practice includes beautiful Sanskrit chanting, pranayama, Sun Salutations, a sequence of classical poses and a guided relaxation. This workshop explains the intentions of these physical exercises and includes a slow-paced 90-minute Sivananda asana practice.
Chakras and Self Discipline
Learn about the yoga lifestyle and spiritual practices helpful for awakening Kundalini and the chakras. Includes Pranayama (breathing exercises) and a guided chakra meditation.
Yoga Diet and Lifestyle
Learn about the Five Points and Four Paths of Yoga as practiced in the Sivananda ashrams and centers worldwide.
Ayurveda to Support Your Spiritual Practice
Learn about daily routines and foods appropriate for you personal constitution to keep you healthy on your spiritual path.
"Food" as Medicine
When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is right, medicine is of no need. - Ayurvedic Proverb
Food is not the only thing we ingest. We also take in and digest everything in our environment through sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. Learn some of the Ayurvedic recommendations on how to use food (and herbs) and other sensory impressions as medicine.
Psychology of Ayurveda & Yoga
We can use Ayurveda to better understand our own personal constitutions and tendencies, and then apply suggestions from Ayurveda and yoga spirituality to help us heal our minds and hearts and find inner peace and happiness.
Devote your Sunday morning to your spiritual practice: 30-minute silent meditation; 15-minutes Sivananda kirtan/chanting; 15-minute herbal tea break; 90-minute Sivananda asana practice that includes Pranayama, Sun Salutations, a sequence of Hatha Yoga poses and a guided relaxation.