Ayurveda is the 5,000 year-old Indian system of health and healing. We rely on food as medicine, also incorporating yoga, meditation, strategic use of herbs and oils and following a daily routine that supports a healthy, sustainable life-style.
In Ayurveda we see the spring as a heavy season when we the rains are abundant, everything begins to sprout and grow and it begins to slowly warm up but we still have cold days. Ayurveda is a science of opposites - so we balance ourselves by doing the opposite of what is in abundance. During this season we want to lean towards warming, drying and lighter foods to help us transition into the season. Come learn how to cleanse for Kapha Season, which will include tips and tools to help you feel more in harmony with Spring, and beyond! Susan will also help you determine your dosha during this workshop.
Susan will also be here to sign her book - Ayurveda Beginner's Guide: Essential Ayurveda Principles & Practices to Balance and Heal Naturally
Date: Sunday, April 29
Time: 1:30 - 4:30
Fee: $40.00 in advance; $50.00 at the door
Susan will have time for a few private sessions before and after the talk. To sign up for a 30 minute consultation please contact Susan directly at Susan@breatheayurveda.com. Cost is $50.00.
About Susan Weis-Bohlen, Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner and Author of #1 Best Seller on Amazon
Susan Weis-Bohlen is a full-time Ayurvedic consultant, vegetarian cooking teacher, meditation teacher, and leader of sacred site tours around the world. She has studied with some of the best teachers of Ayurveda, both in the US and in India, including Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. David Simon, Dr. Vasant Lad and Amadea Morningstar. She has certifications in pulse readings, marma therapy, Ayruvedic cooking and Vedic counseling.
Susan knows how challenging it can be to come to Ayurveda as a beginner and has dedicated her life to sharing the fruits of her studies with students all over the world. Susan lives with her husband Larry and their three dogs, Ella, Shadow and Joonie, in the woods in Reisterstown, Maryland just outside of Baltimore City.