Ayur Yoga - Align with your Nature
It is an ancient understanding that the qualities of your life are driven by the daily choices you make, no matter how small they are, you are affected by everything including food, lifestyle, and environment. Ayurveda is considered the oldest wellness system and sister science of yoga from ancient India. Ayuh means life and Veda means knowledge. The knowledge deals with the nature, scope, and purpose of life. It is an art of daily living and offers a profound understanding of each person's unique body.
In this workshop, you will get to understand the relationship of yoga with Ayurveda, the journey of Consciousness into the matter - the relationship of three Gunas with five elements of nature and the doshas which gives every person a unique constitution. As long as you stay close to your natural constitution you stay healthy - physically, mentally and emotionally. You will learn how to apply this ancient knowledge of Ayurveda into your life to align with the laws of nature and nurture the foundation of a healthy, happy, balanced & stable life.
Understanding and finding your own unique constitution will help you demystify the appropriate food, lifestyle, environment, work, and yoga practice that is more suitable for your balanced healthy life, as one size doesn’t fit all. You will come to understand what the primary motivators are for your choices. These choices increase your vital energy and are sustainable and healthy on a daily basis. Sometimes what feels good in the moment is not necessarily healthy or good for your wellbeing in the long run. You will be introduced to a recommended Daily Routine for a healthy life (Dinacharya) and Ayurveda Herbs/Remedies for Common issues.
“The state of equilibrium is health. Happiness indicates health and pain indicate disease.” – Charaka
Note: This workshop is open to all, having prior experience of yoga is preferred.
Theory(Lecture)/Practice Ratio: 50/50
Required Props: Yoga Mat and Cushion/Blanket
Optional Props: Notebook and Pen, Yoga Blocks and strap (if you need it)