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Ayurveda in Daily Life
20 January 2018 See all dates
The Sanskrit word Ayurveda literally means ‘knowledge/wisdom of life’. Its main point is to understand and live your very own life in accordance with what is right for you as an individual, so that you may experience a happy, healthy life and reach your highest state of mental and physical wellbeing.
Life means daily life. The choices you make every day as to the food you eat, the thoughts you think and the activities you perform, are all daily drops into the bucket of health or onto the scales of unbalance. By living in accordance with your own nature you can prevent illness or heal poor health and disease resulting from unbalance.
In this workshop you will be introduced in a light-hearted, yet in-depth manner to the principles of Ayurveda. You will find out about your own constitution, recognize any imbalances and understand what causes them. By looking at them through the lens of Ayurveda you will also gain an understanding of why your children, family or loved-ones are as they are.
The workshop will transform your curiosity about this beautiful system, which is at once logical, spiritual and scientific, into some big "aha!" moments. You can fully realize what is right for your particular body and spirit, thereby deepening your personal yoga practice, bringing better health and a happy mind.
Discover your Self.
You can register for this workshop by clicking ‘Book’ and paying online with iDeal, Credit Card or PayPal. Full payment is required to ensure your place. Registration is confirmed when payment is complete.
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About Victoria (Tory) Hyndman
In a light-spirited manner yet sticking to the authentic teachings of yoga, Victoria uses the wisdom of Ayurveda in her yoga classes for students to experience spiritual access through physical practice.