Yoga & Ayurveda – Ama pachana
October 12 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm| £35.00
Ayurveda – the traditional Hindu system of medicine, which is based on the idea of balance in bodily systems and uses diet, herbal treatment, and yogic breathing.
According to ayurveda, ama is known as a toxic residue which subdues our digestive fire and clogs up the channels of the body, creating imbalances and eventually leading to disease. In fact, ayurveda believes that ama is the root cause of all disease.
Pachana means ‘to digest’, and the process of ama pachana is a simple ayurvedic detox programme which works to rekindle the digestive fire to ‘burn’ up and remove ama from the body. People who have done the programme say that they feel ‘a lot lighter and clearer’.
In yoga and Ayurvedic philosophy the transitional seasons (spring and autumn) are the perfect time to have a clear out – physically and metaphorically! Get rid of the rubbish that might have accumulated in our homes, our bodies and our minds over the past months, helping us to move into the new seasons enjoying robust and radiant health.
Come along to this workshop to find out more about this.
The session includes a talk, yoga practice (for all levels) and light refreshments.