Yoga & Ayurveda: Discover Your Dosha

With Emily Reed
28 April 2019, 14:00–16:00

The Life Centre, Notting Hill
15 Edge Street, London W8 7PN

020 7221 4602

£25 earlybird until 28 April, £30 thereafter

Ancient wisdom for modern day wellness

Do you want greater health? Better focus? More inner peace? Greater contentment in your daily life?

If you answer to any of the above is “yes”- READ ON!

What's it all about?

Equanimity for body and mind is achieved in our modern day lives when the five elements (earth, water, fire, air and ethers) are balanced according to Ayurveda philosophy.

And... what is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is known as the science of “life" - more specifically, the science of living WELL.

"Ancient wisdom" - how does it apply to a modern day lifestyle?

Whilst it's a “ancient” science, Ayurveda’s key principles are blueprints for a healthy life in modern day lifestyles These principles offer simple and highly effective frameworks for the biological organisms that we are to exist in an optimum way.

And how do I discover my Dosha?

In essence, each person has a unique combination of the 5 elements/3 doshas. The 3 doshas are how the five elements are grouped in our biological forms.

When we know our main “type” of one or usually 2 doshas we can begin to align our living conditions (diet, daily routine, yoga practices and lifestyles) in a way that supports these “doshas”. This way we are more likely to achieve greater balance and harmony in life as well as cultivate greater focus, productivity and contentment.

This workshop will explore how Ayurveda can bring greater balance to your life and wellbeing through discovering your Dosha. 

What to expect:

  • An uplifting afternoon sharing inspiring principles from ancient wisdom for your individual modern day wellness.
  • To determine more about your own unique “dosha” concoction.
  • Discover some top tips from ancient wisdom for modern day wellness
  • 2 short practices of slow flow, meditation, pranayama.

Bring pen and paper to make notes - this workshop is 120 minutes- at least 60 minutes will be group discussion.


Open to all