I usually try to take a break during summer from teaching. But this summer has been extremely busy and loved every part of it so far. The biggest change was attending the Barefoot Festival. I gave talks on Ayurveda at the festival and I am grateful that people loved it. Now that I have attended once, the aim is to attend every year.
For people who don’t know about it, it’s a great combination of health, mindfulness, getting back to nature along with all the other perks of a festival be it music, leisure, entertainment, dancing and of course some alcohol! Here is their website if you wish to attend the next time. Would be great to see you in a different environment! Click Here
Continuing with my focus of sharing simple every day recipes, here is a recipe of what I call the Indian Coffee! Do try it and I am sure you will absolutely enjoy it.
In the new year of 2020 I will be introducing the Advanced Practitioner Course for graduates of Ayurveda Pura Academy who have completed the Ayurvedic Diet and Lifestyle Consultant Course.
Through this advanced course the aim is to take the Ayurvedic knowledge more in-depth and further so that you can see further success in your practice and be able to help your clients with definitive results. Please Click Here For More Details
And talking about courses I am also very much looking forward to teaching the Yoga Teacher Training Course for people looking to teach and include Yoga in their practices. I am very fortunate and grateful that I was taught Yoga based on the classical texts like Shiva Samhita, Gheranda Samhita etc. Hence what I teach – I would like to call it Classical Yoga Practice.
It’s all about going back to root and source for the ultimate level of knowledge. The course will include each and every aspect of Yoga practice – just not poses or breathing or meditation, but understanding Yoga as a way of life to bring back balance. Hence it would also include information on foods, cleansing procedures, and most importantly how to manage conditions and ailments through Yoga.
We will also be going through different types of Yoga (I don’t mean styles) like Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Laya Yoga etc. But one thing which I believe is very different to any other yoga course is that I take Only Six Students per batch. And I love that small group experience. So if you are at all interested, please Click Here For More Details