“What’s my Dosha?” Ayurveda’s Map to Great Health

Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019 2:00 – 4:00pm

Global Breath Studio, Durham, NC

Why do you feel best in the cool mountains, while your sister craves the beach? Or why do you love spicy food, while the same dish gives your partner heartburn? The ancient Indian health science of Ayurveda explains that each of us has a unique mind-body constitution, like a genetic blueprint. It creates our habits, personality quirks, general health and weaknesses. When you know your constitution, it’s like a veil is lifted and you can see the logic of your habits or symptoms, and their clear solutions.

In this interactive workshop you will…

  • Discover which elemental energy, or dosha, dominates your constitution – Vata, Pitta or Kapha
  • Learn your constitution’s natural tendencies, strengths and vulnerabilities
  • Receive guidance on which habits/foods are best for you – and which to avoid
  • Learn the imbalances you may be more prone to, so you can prevent them
  • Understand how our culture sets us up for imbalance (and what to do about it)

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5 Essential Habits for Great Health: Ayurvedic Self Care


Saturday, Dec. 14, 2019
Thousand Petals Yoga, Chapel Hill, NC

The ancient science of Ayurveda gives profound guidance on how to live a healthy, joyful, grounded life. While each of us is different, certain key habits are beneficial for everyone’s health, while other habits should be fine-tuned according to your primary dosha, or constitution. These time-tested guidelines set us up to enjoy robust physical health and emotional stability and happiness.

In this workshop, we will explore…

  • How to gather strength from the natural circadian rhythms that define each day
  • Which 5 crucial habits to take on (and what to drop!) to establish deep-rooted health
  • How to design a daily routine, or dinacharya, to support your optimal health
  • Why you probably get a second wind around 10pm – and what to do about it
  • The single most important factor to establishing mental clarity in our modern age

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