Staying Balanced with Ayurveda
Hosted By Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC
Wednesday, October 25 at 7 PM - 8:30 PM
$36 pre-registration or $45 at door
Let us introduce you to yourself!
You are what you digest not what you eat.
Discover your true nature and how to align yourself to nature's rhythm. Ayurveda is the oldest medical system dating back 5000 years. It is commonly referred to as Yoga's sister science. Understanding and applying Ayurvedic principles empowers you to bring health, balance and harmony into your daily life.
Join us for this fun and interactive workshop as we explore Ayurveda through discussion and group activites. Food, tea and oil sampling.
AYURVEDA WELLNESS HEALING
“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda, also known as Ayurvedic Medicine, is the traditional medicine of India, which originated over 5,000 years ago and is considered to be the longest continuously practiced system of medicine.
Ayurveda provides both curative and preventive measures towards optimal physical, mental and spiritual well-being. The word "Ayurveda" is from the ancient Indian language, Sanskrit, and literally means "Knowledge of Life".
Inherent in Ayurvedic principles, is the concept that you are capable of taking charge of your own life and healing. Preferring to focus on the type of person who has the disease, rather than just understanding the type of disease the person has, Ayurveda is a patient-orientated system of healing.
Ayurveda emphasizes re-establishing balance in the body through diet, lifestyle, exercise, and body cleansing, and the health of the mind, body, and spirit. In North America, Ayurveda is considered a form of alternative medicine. Like traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda is a whole medical system, meaning that it is based on theories of health and illness, and on methods of preventing and treating health conditions.
• Personalized Treatment
• Natural Treatment
• Heals the body & mind
• Heals skin disorders
• Relaxes Central Nervous System
• Rid the body of Ama (toxins)
• Promote good health, rather than fight disease