Yummy Yoga + Ayurveda for the Changing Season

Yummy Yoga + Ayurveda for the Changing Season

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Oct 17th, 2017 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Six Degrees Health, 1 st Floor 204 Spadina Ave

Pre-Registration Required: (416) 866-8484 / info@sixdegreeshealth.ca
Sliding Scale: $25 to $40
Limited Space: 12 Participants

With the strong change of season into autumn we all undergo unrecognized seasonal stressors impacting everything from our nervous system to our digestion to our beautiful hearts- Ugh. This workshop gives you delicious tools to nourish you up and keep you balanced in body-mind- spirit through the season’s characteristics of decompose and dissolution. You’ll learn Yoga Asana (movement) and Pranayama (breathing technique) connected to Ayurvedic (Life Wisdom) (doshas/constitutions) along with food + daily rituals to build your agni (Digestive fire) to help digest food, thought and emotion and support the immunity of your body, heart, and spirit as we move into a windy and cooler seasons.

About the facilitator:
nisha ahuja is co-founder/co- director of Soma Ayurveda and Integrative Wellness with M. Jet Feather. nisha shares Ayurveda, Attmic Energy Healing/Reiki, and Holistic Yoga Practices across Turtle Island/North America and India, and is widely known for the video You Are Here: Exploring Yoga and the Impacts of Cultural Appropriation and in Toronto, for sharing her Self- Healing Through Yoga Series several times a year, co-manifesting the Ayu-Yog Meditation Retreat For Women and Trans Indigenous Peoples and Peoples of Colour (with Sairupa Krishnamurti), as a facilitator/member of Brown Girls Yoga Collective, and her summer series Yoga in Dufferin Grove Park, as well as across North America for her workshops on wellness, spirituality, theatrical practices, justice, racial justice, and addressing cultural appropriation.
Alongside collaborator/contributor M. Jet Feather, a Black and Cherokee justice, healing, and Dharma practitioner who has contributed to nisha’s spiritual journey immensely, and other Yoga and justice facilitators with Bending Towards Justice, nisha continues to bring these offerings to spaces across North America. nisha is dedicated to dissolving boundaries between art, traditional medicines, spirituality, and politics and believes healing practices are revolutionary and fundamental to our collective liberation. www.somaintegrativewellness.com