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Learn how to support your body with the right foods and yoga for your dosha.
Seasonal Cleanse with Ayurveda & Yoga is a two week programme using the science of Ayurveda alongside yoga to help you understand your body and support it to work at its best.
We’ve teamed up with Ayurvedic specialist, John Immel, from www.joyfulbelly.com to bring you in-depth online lectures and yoga classes.
During week 1 you will learn how to identify your body type (dosha) and how to recognise signs of imbalance or build up of toxins in your system. We’ll offer yoga classes especially for your digestion and the main organs associated with the doshas.
In week 2 you can choose to follow a gentle 5-day cleanse tailored to your dosha and body type with different options given for Spring and Autumn/ Fall. You’ll also be given a choice of Dosha-specific yoga classes which you can repeat several times during the week.
At a glance
Three interviews with John Immel, Ayurvedic practitioner covering:
- What we actually mean by 'toxin'?
- The three doshas and body types
- How to tailor a 5-day cleanse to your body type and the seasons
Four yoga classes to support your liver, lungs, digestion and kidneys.
- Three new yoga classes from Irina Verwer, designed specifically for each dosha to repeat during the week
- Daily guidance through your 5 day cleanse, with recipes and shopping lists
- Lots of articles on Ayurveda to inspire you
- Advice on how to carry on supporting your body following completion of the program.
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Who is this for?
This programme is for anyone who would like to give their body a helping hand. However, it is not designed to replace medical advice. If you have a medical condition, especially relating to your digestion, you may choose to watch the talks and follow the yoga classes (if they are appropriate for you) but either adapt the cleanse or leave it out completely.
The cleanse is not about strict fasting, Ayurveda seeks to support your body not deny it. It is important to make sure you’re cleansing for the right reason: helping your body do what it’s supposed to do naturally.
This program is in association with www.joyfulbelly.com