Ayurveda is an ancient medical science system originally used in India. It offers a holistic approach to all aspects of health, internally, externally and mentally.
There is a particular type of mind-body type for each of us, known as a dosha, in Ayurveda.
A dosha is like your individual design, which describes your unique body type, behaviors, and inclinations.
The Winter months display the qualities of the Vata Dosha, including cold, light, rough, mobile, clear, and subtle. Spring represents the Kapha Dosha. Kapha takes on the characteristics of heavy, soft, smooth, dense, cool, stable and cloudy. Summer shows up with heat, moisture, liquid, radiance, sour and sharpness.
Oftentimes the start of Spring brings on the onset of colds, congestion and swelling in the body. Similarly, Spring inspires new beginnings and fresh starts.
Studying the different types of Doshas can help you to understand any imbalances in the body as well as seek out facets that invite the body to thrive.
Celebrate the first day of Spring and the transformation of the seasons with Lisa Sommer on Monday March 20th at 5:30pm!
Lisa will offer her expertise as an Ayurvedic Health Counselor and E-500 Registered Yoga Instructor to lay out the spring shift from the perspective of the three sister sciences:
- Yoga Movement/Asana – the practice of the yoga postures
- Vedic Astrology – the traditional Hindu system of astrology
- Ayurveda – The ancient Indian medical system
Lisa will guide your awareness of what is happening cosmically in the stars above and how the change in seasons can be represented in our own physical composition.
As you explore Vedic Astrology, Ayurveda and Yoga through discussion and yoga practice, you will be given the tools you need to confidently understand the three sister sciences. Spring into this beautiful opportunity to study your practice with curiosity, expansion and motivation and carry it through to summer!
March 20th, 2023
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