Feeling tired? Overworked? Out of balance? Poor nutrition, stress, lack of exercise and various other lifestyle factors affect the body’s ability to maintain a delicate balance of hormones, eventually resulting in an imbalance that depletes mind & body. In this workshop we will explore how hormones respond to day-to-day habits and delve into simple diet tips and herbal recommendations, stress-management techniques, and natural relaxation tools to help you feel both rested and energetic at any age.
This 40 hour immersion will cover the core concepts of Ayurveda, specifically its applications for asana, pranayama, mantra, and the subtle body. Though not limited to yoga teacher-trainees and active teachers, this course will emphasize how to bring these ancient teachings to students, including customizing yoga classes to be dosha-balancing and teaching seasonal flows as well as classes that are designed by time of day.
In this workshop we will explore specific practices that best support your individual rhythms. In understanding your dosha (mind-body type) and how it’s reflected in your daily routines and yoga practice, you will leave with clear techniques to best serve your unique nature for a lifetime of health and healing on and off the mat.
Join me in conversations with Six Degrees Society for an introduction to an Ayurvedic approach self-care. I will give an overview of Ayurveda, an ancient Indian practice that translate to "the wisdom of life", and share sustainable approach to self care that is at the heart of this tradition.
If you’ve ever felt confused, overwhelmed or curious about how to know which foods, self-care practices and general lifestyle best support you, join me at The Assembly for this introductory session. You’ll learn how to assess your own mind-body composition as well as how to identify key factors that will support you in mind, body & spirit.
In this workshop we will explore this difference between the will of the ego, ideas & thought-forms of an active mind, and the innate wisdom of the body. We will use movement, guided meditation, journal prompts and group discussion to help us each listen in and reattune to our inner wisdom — our sacred guide.
Many of us are well aware of the importance of self-care, but in our fast-paced world, self-care often becomes yet another thing on our to-do list. With full inboxes and busy social lives, taking time to create meaningful rituals for oneself can feel like something for another day or time. Yet, Ayurvedic wisdom shows us that ritual is what transforms the mundane to the sacred, enriching and enlivening even the smallest action.
Many of us are well aware of the importance of self-care, but in a fast-paced world, it has become increasingly difficult to find the time to do it. With a never-ending to-do list in front of us, taking any time for oneself may start to feel like a luxury. Daily rituals are a simple way to start carving out that headspace time to keep the body in tune with its natural cycles and free of disease.
In this workshop we will explore specific practices that best support your individual rhythms. In understanding your dosha (mind-body type) and how it's reflected in your daily routines and yoga practice, you will leave with clear techniques to best serve your unique nature for a lifetime of health and healing on and off the mat.
Join me and co-host SuperGirls SF to explore simple Ayurvedic practices that support our overall wellbeing, even if you have just a few spare minutes a day. From morning detoxification practices to desire seeding to creating a sleep routine, leave with your very own rituals, which will support you through your everyday.
Together we will explore...
Ayurvedic approach to rejuvenation (rasayana)
Self-care practices & their physiological benefits
Difference between routines and rituals
How to create our own dinacharya (daily ritual)
Join me and Expansive Voice for an afternoon of healing education as we explore my three-step process, The Trinity of Self-Awareness, that helps individuals step out of their story and into their bodies with playfulness and childlike curiosity.
Start the New Year off right by gaining the knowledge needed to create the balance and harmony you seek. Together we will explore Ayurvedic practices to help align your daily habits with your unique nature and create rituals that help you find ease within the day-to-day.
The Good Craft SF is a pop-up market showing an evolving group of socially conscious Bay Area artists. A percentage of sales from each event goes towards supporting social justice and proceeds from this market will go to the Saint Francis Homelessness Challenge, working on humane strategies to resolve unsanctioned encampments. So come by on the 16th to show support for local artists and local impact!
Bay Area Made is brining together over 40 of the Bay Area’s favorite and emerging craftspeople for a one-day holiday market and shopping experience. Shoppers will have the opportunity to browse for custom event pieces, holiday collections and product lines not available anywhere else! This is a great opportunity to direct holiday shopping dollars towards the North Bay community.
Feel heavy after meals or hunger shortly after eating? Frustrated by not knowing which foods to eat? Join for an intimate luncheon where we explore the basic principles of balanced nutrition according to the time-honored and holistic path of Ayurveda.
Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old system of natural healing rooted in the ancient Vedic culture of India...
Join me at the Holistic Health Saloon this coming Sunday at The Center SF!
If you haven't attended one in the past, these saloons offer an incredible opportunity to experience mini-sessions from wonderful Bay Area healers in Ayurveda, bodywork, acupuncture, reiki, tarot, sound healing and more!
Opening Circle 12-12:15 pm
Mini Sessions 12:30-5:45 pm
Workshops 12:30-5:45 pm
Sound Healing Concert 6:15-6:45pm
There will also be a crafts by local artists + delicious and nourishing food for purchase.
This workshop is designed as your primer to all other food-based workshops. We'll take an in-depth look at how to stock your pantry staples and spices to ensure success in your journey towards mind-body vitality. By tapping into the wisdom of Ayurvedic cooking, we'll turn an average pantry into a bountiful apothecary and transform comfort recipes into healthy staples. You will learn about the healing properties of common herbs and spice and how to use them to prepare nutritious meals that increasing healing and harmony every day, with every meal.
Julie and Sachi invite you to share in a new experience on the mat and in the kitchen. Applying Ayurvedic principles to asana, they have created a workshop series to help you better understand what it means to practice--and eat--in alignment with your unique mind-body constitution (dosha) as well as the rhythms of the seasons.
Designed to help you navigate this recurrent shift, you will first be guided through an asana practice created to help the body better harmonize with the season's rhythmic cycle. Afterwards, we will all gather for a cooking demonstration while enjoying a seasonal Ayurvedic juice or tea. You will learn how the doshas and qualities of each season govern the body's constitution, and how integrating Ayurvedic principles into your diet can promote a healthy and healing mind-body connection.
Develop Communication Skills to Speak from Your Center And Thrive Off The Mat
Ever walked away from a networking event and felt that it could have gone better? Learn how to stay centered when connecting with others in professional networking situations. Join us to reorient your relationship to “networking” through an afternoon of guided exercises, facilitated connections, and group discussion.
We will explore ways to:
Shift your networking mindset from scarcity to abundance
Develop inner habits to connect from a centered and open state of mind
Discover the gifts you have to offer your networking ecosystem
Bring more playfulness to your interactions through authentic connection games
We know networking is essential to our success, but it can sometimes feel stressful or forced. We’re here to empower you with new habits, frameworks, and practices to help you approach networking from a centered place, so that you can connect with others easily.