Both yoga (asana and pranayama) and ayurveda involve practices to address our current conditions. When we use them together, we can more effectively work with our emotions, physical health and spiritual well-being.
In this workshop, Jesse will help us explore how to apply our ayurvedic constitution to our yoga asana and pranayama practice. Through understanding your unique constitution, and states that evolve from your constitution such as emotions, types of fatigue, and even expressions of the common cold, your yoga practice can be altered to balance it. In this workshop, you will learn how yoga effects the doshas, and you will explore asanas to balance specific constitutions – and the disorders that come about when the doshas are disturbed.
This class will be an interactive lecture style and include asana, come dressed to practice.
$45 per person
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This is the final workshop in a 3-part series, and a key part of the Sadhana Studies program.
Drop ins are welcome
Jessie Holland is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor, emphasizing precise alignment, and sustained reflection on the connection of the body, mind and breath. She has been teaching Iyengar Yoga for 10 years. She is a Clinical Ayurvedic and Pancha Karma Specialist, integrating Ayurveda and yoga to harmonize the systems of the body with the rhythms of nature. She has attended both a 200 and 500 hour Iyengar teacher training, studied with the Iyengars in India, and completed clinical Ayurvedic internships with Dr. Vasant Lad. Jessie’s private Ayurvedic practice is on Piedmont Avenue in Oakland. Visit her website at www.jessieholland.com.