Ayurveda and Yoga: A More Perfect Union
We are honored to offer classical Ayurvedic teachings through our resident Ayurveda teacher, Danielle Hanna. Danielle is a certified Ayurvedic Practitioner and Masters of Ayurveda Arts from the Mt. Madonna Institute. Thoroughly trained in classical Ayurveda, in addition to supplemental training in Restorative Yoga and Yoga through the Ayurvedic lens, she specializes in Preventative Health and offers educational programs here at The Bhaktishop like none other; comprehensive, illuminating, and life-altering. These are for curious students, those in need of self-care rituals, the uninitiated into yoga or Ayurveda, and for teachers that want to synthesize and grow their awareness of the ways that yoga's sister science can contribute to the conversation of modern yoga.
Ayurveda, Meditation and Pranayama Series with Danielle (all proceeds benefit #standingrock)
Wednesdays: November 30th, December 7th and 14th from 7-8pm
Donations, class cards and drop in welcome
The mind and body have built-in healing responses that are equally as powerful as pain and stress responses. Practices like pranayama and meditation are simple, practical tools to learn how to do manage pain and stress in the mind and body. These practices elicit our deeper relaxation responses through activating the vagus nerve and provide the foundation for healing habits. According to Ayurveda, the ancient, natural healing science and sister science of Yoga, it is understood that there is a deep connection between awareness, consciousness, the mind and the breath, and through the practices of meditation and pranayama we can successfully program ourselves towards greater health and balance. Doing so among the collective consciousness of our sangha only enriches and heightens our practice.
Join us for a-either of these 3 week series as we explore the healing practices of breathing and meditation to calm, soothe and quiet the mind-body.