5. SIMPLY AYURVEDA: THE ART OF LIVING WELL

Ayurveda Nutrition
All Levels
Date
Thu Feb 03
Time
1643932800
(UTC-05:00) New York
Duration
75 min

About this class

Health is not just about the absence of disease. This 6-part series introduces the art of living well according to Ayurveda, the ancient system of holistic medicine also known as the sister science of yoga.

These workshops will give you the necessary tools to understand, develop, and implement personal Ayurvedic practices into your lifestyle, with the purpose of achieving a sustainable level of optimal health that is right for you. Over the course of 6 weeks, you will learn to cultivate a dynamic state of harmony between the body and its senses, the mind and emotions, and the spirit. You will also have access to a supportive, non-judgmental community where you can ask questions and share experiences, and connect with like-minded people on a shared path to holistic wellness.

Course content will be comprehensive and customized to fit the specific needs of the group.

Each workshop will build on the one(s) before it, so attendance at all 6 is very highly recommended in order to get the most out of the experience. Creating a consistent community is an integral part of these practices.

Stacy Nelson, AWP, CYT, RM is a Holistic Nutritionist and graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and the San Diego College of Ayurveda. She is the creator of WELL by Stacy Nelson and has been practicing Ayurvedic Medicine  since 2010.

You will focus on

  • Understanding doshas, qualities of energy, and how to nourish and balance your unique constitution
  • Ayurvedic nutrition, digestion, and the 6 tastes
  • How to choose asana, pranayama, meditation, and lifestyle practices to balance the doshas
  • How to create a daily Ayurvedic routine that will serve you for a lifetime

How to come prepared

  • Be curious.
  • Bring a notebook or journal, and something to write with.
  • Set an intention to attend all 6 workshops in order to get the most comprehensive and effective experience.
  • Know that these practices are not all-or-nothing. We will work together to create gradual, sustainable change.