In this half day Ayurveda workshop we will look at practical ways to keep your digestion balanced, including specific recipes, kitchen remedies and Ayurvedic dietetic principles.

 

In Ayurveda (yoga’s sister science), your agni refers to your capacity to draw nourishment from the food that you eat. A balanced agni or digestive fire is seen as the key to wellbeing and healthy immune system functioning. Food that is not digested is known as ama (toxins) which predisposes us to poor physical and mental health. In this half day workshop we will look at practical ways to keep your digestion balanced, including specific recipes, kitchen remedies and Ayurvedic dietetic principles.

 

We will look at a holistic approach to balancing the agni which is essential in the management of digestive conditions, such as Irritable bowel syndrome, gluten sensitivity and food allergies as well as in chronic illness generally.

 

You will be given extensive handouts of all material covered in the workshop.

 

About Dr Shaun Matthews

Dr Shaun Matthews is a Medical Doctor & Holistic Medical Practitioner, Ayurveda and Yoga therapist, yoga teacher and writer; Shaun is the author of The Art of Balanced Living – the right diet and lifestyle for your body type. He is also the Coordinator of the Ayurvedic Medicine Department at Sydney’s Nature Care College.a popular spokesperson and lecturer in Ayurveda and holistic living.He can be contacted through his website – www.ayurvedichealing.com.au

 

Details:

Date: Saturday 27 July

Time: 12:30 pm – 5 pm (includes a 30 min break at 2:30pm)

Price: $120 / $108 Early Bird paid by 20 July

$85 Concession: Government Pension Card / Health Card / <18