When: Thursday, April 15th at 6:30pm
Where: On Zoom. Click here to register.
The healing science of Ayurveda originated in India more than 5,000 years ago and is often referred to as “The Mother of All Healing”. Dedicated to achieving holistic health and well-being, Ayurveda focuses on creating balance between the mind, body and consciousness according to one’s own individual constitution.
Join author Claire Ragozzino for an exploration of Ayurvedic nutrition. We’ll look at the principles of Ayurveda, how to work with the six tastes to create nourishing and well-balanced meals, and what it means to eat for your unique body type through the seasons. In this 1-hour online workshop, you’ll learn:
Foundational concepts of Ayurveda
Eating for your unique body type
The six tastes and qualities of foods
How to care for your digestion
Kitchen tips & tricks for building balanced meals
During tonight’s presentation, Ayurvedic counselor Claire Ragozziono will introduce us to the basic concepts of Ayurveda and present some healing recipes to work in harmony with the seasons and help balance the basic Ayurvedic energies within our bodies in order to achieve maximum health and wellness.
Claire Ragozzino is a certified yoga instructor and Ayurvedic counselor with a background in holistic nutrition and natural cooking. Her work is dedicated to bringing yoga, Ayurveda, and nutrition to a modern lifestyle. She is the author of the popular site, Vidya Living and author of the new book “Living Ayurveda: Nourishing Body and Mind Through Seasonal Recipes, Ritual and Yoga” To learn more about Claire and her work visit “www.vidyaliving.com
One lucky attendee of tonight’s presentation will receive a free copy of Claire’s new book!
This program is supported with funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services administered by the MA Board of Library Commissioners and is part of the series: Everyone Welcome At the Table