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Intro to Ayurveda Workshop

Ayurveda, “The Science of Life”, is the oldest system of natural medicine known to man, originating in ancient India over 5000 years ago.

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Intro to Ayurveda Workshop
Intro to Ayurveda Workshop

Time & Location

03 Sept 2023, 10:00 am – 1:30 pm

Wagga Wagga, 3/20 Tompson St, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650, Australia

About the event

Ayurveda, “The Science of Life”, is the oldest system of natural medicine known to man, originating in ancient India over 5000 years ago. Ayurveda treats each individual as a unique expression of the five natural elements; earth, water, fire, air & ether, all according to a special constitution, called your DOSHA. Once we understand our dosha, we can learn how to balance it in the body, mind & emotions, and purify ourselves from the toxins & stresses of fast-paced, unnatural living. It is by living in accordance with our unique dosha that we can awaken the inner power of self-healing that lies within us.

Come along and join an informative, practical and fun workshop to learn about the system of Ayurveda and the importance of aligning with nature and her seasons, how to adjust your lifestyle, habits, food and drink, exercise, yoga and breathing to bring about shifts to your well-being.

This will be a 3-3.5 hour workshop including a meditation session, ayurvedic lunch, chai and a nice time to chat and connect with all.You will leave the workshop with increased awareness of your Ayurvedic dosha (personal constitution) as well as suitable recipes & simple daily practices to start implementing.

The experience will cover:

An introduction to Ayurveda and its core principles

Links between Yoga and Ayurveda

What your dosha is and how it affects your mind, body and spirit

Learning tools to maintain balance in our modern world

When: Sunday 3rd September

Time:  10am – 1-1:30pm

Cost: $88, all inclusive

Tickets

  • General admission

    $88.00
    +$2.20 service fee

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