Ayurveda is an accessible holistic model of medicine that can make a huge difference in your health. As a practitioner for 20 years, I have experienced, first hand, the benefits of this simple, time-tested method of prevention.
Knowing your own body and having awareness of your cycles and seasons over time offers you some significant knowledge in your own health and wellness.
There are two important aspects of Ayurveda I’d like to mention:
- Because Ayurveda has been practiced for more than 500 years, it is considered a time tested model, which means there won’t suddenly be adverse affects with Ayurvedic recommendations. This is significantly different from untested new pharmaceuticals, in which the affects haven’t yet shown up.
- Integrating Ayurveda recommendations takes time and that’s part of the healing.
There are so many things you can do for your health without buying anything new. You can start with a simple habit like drinking warm ginger water in the morning or add tongue scraping to your morning routine.
Yoga was designed to work with Ayurvedic recommendations. Learn the best yoga asanas (poses), pranayamas (breathing) and meditation style that best suits you.
Knowing your personal, unique constitution helps you to get a routine that actually works for you. There are some meditations, for instance, that will be easier for certain peoples’ constitutions. this way mediation will become easier to learn and continue.
So let’s get started!
Next Ayurveda training starts June Tuesdays and Thursdays
June 30 – Aug 11, 2020 (online + in-studio)
Tuesday + Thursday 6-9pm
$700 + GST
**This post is not meant as a substitute for a doctor’s advice. Please defer to your doctor for any recommendations.