Introducing Ayurveda

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Ayurveda, literally translated as the ‘science of life’, is an alternative medicine system that focuses on keeping the mind, body and soul in harmony and balance. This 8 class course incorporates diet, exercise, meditation and massage therapy, with its roots in Indian spirituality spanning over 5,000 years.

Class Schedule

01 Monday 7 June
7.30pm – 8.50pm
Overview of Ayurveda and the Doshas
02 Wednesday 9 June
7.30pm – 8.50pm
Introduction to Ayurveda healing methods
03 Monday 14 June
7.30pm – 8.50pm
Medicinal herbs and remedies for common ailments
04 Wednesday 16 June
7.30pm – 8.50pm
Daily routines, exercise and yoga
05 Monday 21 June
7.30pm – 8.50pm
Ayurvedic herbs and oils
06 Wednesday 23 June
7.30pm – 8.50pm
Herbal remedies for home use
07 Monday 28 June
7.30pm – 8.50pm
The herbal kitchen
08 Wednesday 30 June
7.30pm – 8.50pm
Ayurvedic dietary guidelines
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About this class:
Ayurveda, literally translated as the ‘science of life’, is an alternative medicine system that focuses on keeping the mind, body and soul in harmony and balance. It incorporates diet, exercise, meditation and massage therapy, with its roots in Indian spirituality spanning over 5,000 years. This eight-week course for those who wish to grow their familiarity with Ayurveda combines philosophy with basic tools and techniques for self-care, covering everything from herbal remedies to yoga breathing techniques and a 20 minute guided meditation with each session. Whether you are looking to bring some new practical tools into your life, or to learn more about herbal medicine for natural health and well-being, this course covers everything you need to know. Feel free to book individual sessions to suit your needs and time.

Ayurveda Practitioner & Teacher:
Your teacher is Tri-Dosha founder, Sunita Passi. Sunita brings 20 years of experience as both a practitioner and a trainer in the traditional Indian healing system of Ayurveda. Known as ‘the science of life’, Ayurveda integrates diet, exercise, meditation and massage therapy in a potently holistic approach to keeping the mind, body and soul in harmony and balance. Its roots in Indian spirituality can be traced back over 5,000 years, and Sunita’s mission has been to update these traditional approaches for 21st-century stresses. Originally a business journalist with an international lifestyle, Sunita was in India when she reached a turning point, and was drawn to Ayurveda as a way of reconnecting to her lineage as a healer. Discovering the ability to realign her body, mind, spirit and heart, she never looked back.

Additional information

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All 8 classes, 01 – 7 June 2021, 02 – 9 June 2021, 03 – 14 June 2021, 04 – 16 June 2021, 05 – 21 June 2021, 06 – 23 June 2021, 07 – 28 June 2021, 08 – 30 June 2021