The Science of Life – Ayurveda
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is an entirely holistic and ancient form of medicine derived in India some 4000 years back. It’s methods are pulled from one of the four Veda’s, or books of knowledge, as is Yoga. It is considered the ‘science of life’ and oldest form of medicine to date. It’s methods of healing are found through diet, herbal remedies, and yogic breathing, and works to find balance and harmony through the body and mind as a whole.
What is it’s relation to yoga?
Considered to be ‘inseparable sisters’, Ayurveda and Yoga are intertwined in such a way that they pull from and compliment one another in arguably perfect harmony. If you are a practitioner of yoga, then you are unknowingly already using the power and healing modalities practiced in Ayurveda through movement and breathe – an intricate piece in the practice of Ayurveda medicine, amongst many others. To deepen your knowledge of Ayurveda is to deepen your practice of Yoga.
Want to learn more?
Come join us for a two hour workshop on Sunday, March 27th at Aham Yoga with guest speaker Afrin Sopariwala, to learn more on the basics of Ayurveda and how you can apply them to your everyday life. Afrin is an ardent student of Yoga and Ayurveda and teaches how to live a healthy, well balanced life through the two sister disciplines.
Event Date: 3/27/2016
Workshop duration: 2 hours 1pm-3pm
Early bird registration until March 1st. Sign up soon