Ayurveda: Nature's Rhythm, an Introduction. The Ecology Centre:
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Ayurveda: Nature’s Rhythm, an Introduction
Do you know why you instinctively want to cosy up in cold weather? to eat icecream in hot weather? Why some people like a hectic busy life and others more suited to gentle pace? Why one person can take a lot of stress and another can't in the same circumstances.
It's all related to our internal balance.
By the end of this course you will have a firm grasp of your consitution, any imbalances you have, how to rectify your health and wellbeing, with steps to continually monitor, tweak and nourish yourself as life and nature changes in and around us. You will be able to ‘hear’ changes quickly and respond accordingly in a loving, nurturing manner.
Ayurveda is Sanskrit for ‘The Science of Life’ on the understanding that health and wellbeing is an intricate, wonderful balance of nature, nurture, seasons and positive change to keep us following our natural rhythym empowering us to our optimum health, awareness and lifepath.
On the day you will:
Learn about the three systems and how they interplay in your life;
- in your mind,
- in seasons,
- in diet
- life stages
- lifestyle choices,
Discover how you become imbalanced, and where you personally may be out of balance
- Discover the six tastes to keep your system in balance
- recommended foods and herbs – what to avoid and add
- learn how to rectify imbalances:
- be given simple yoga and breathing exercises for each system and support of health
- learn the different meditation techniques, exercise, health and lifestyle tweaks to keep you well as life and nature evolves.
Understand the negative and positive forces at play inside ourselves with the tell tale signs in our body.
Nitya has been working with Ayurvedic principles for decades having been introduced to Ayurveda during a Meditators’ Weekend and using what she learnt to alleviate some of her physical ailments realised the power and simplicity in Nature. She now follows the Natural rhythms as followed in ayurveda to keep her health in check as she transitions the stages of life, business and family !