Personalised counselling is an ideal way to deepen your knowledge of Ayurveda and to learn how to apply its principles to your individual needs and lifestyle. A 60-minute Initial Consultation is tailored to attend to your specific concerns, such as designing an Ayurvedic meal plan or cleanse that suits your unique constitution, addressing specific health concerns, or establishing long-term habits that promote balance and longevity.
Having both a certification in Ayurvedic Counselling and a Masters in Food Science, I am most interested in merging traditional healing practices with contemporary research to provide a modern, holistic approach to food, cooking and nutrition. Ayurveda emphasizes the harmony of an individual’s physical, mental and emotional beings for achieving optimal health. As the complementary system to yoga, it is a great way to support and further your work on the yoga mat or meditation cushion. Discover how yoga and Ayurveda can integrate into daily life, particularly when it comes to the kitchen and dinner table.
Take the opportunity to work with me and learn how Ayurveda can support your journey towards balance and wholeness. Contact me here to book your consult today!
Thank you to everyone who is joining us at Hecla this October for our Relax and Renew yoga retreat! Natasha and I look forward to delving deeper into practice with all of you in the beautiful backdrop of Grindstone Provincial Park.
If you were interested in coming to the retreat but didn’t sign up, please send me a message here to be put on a wait list.
There are only two spots left in our Relax & Renew Yoga Retreat in Hecla, MB, on October 20-22, 2017! If you are interested in coming, check out details about the retreat here and get in contact with me soon to reserve your spot. Natasha and I are so grateful to being hosting this retreat for the third year in a row; we hope you can join us for some stillness and serenity during this restorative weekend.
If you are interested in diving deeper into your yoga practice, a teacher training can offer more insight into the various aspects of yoga – there is always more to learn!
David Quiring and I will be guest-teaching again at the Sky Yoga Teacher Training led by Siobhan Keely in Winnipeg this spring (April 24-May 19). David and I will lead a workshop together on Kirtan and chanting practice, and I will lead an introductory workshop on Ayurveda. For more information about the training, please visit Siobhan’s website: http://www.siobhankeely.com/.