CE Workshop Series | Ayurveda: Practical Applications in Teaching Yoga, Part 2

September 9, 2021

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Ayurveda is a sister science to yoga and one of the oldest natural healing systems on the planet, with South Asian roots. Part 2 of this three-part workshop series will look at the four seasons, winter, spring, summer, and fall. Review the qualities and tendencies of these times of the year and learn ways to balance through movement, specific asanas, and meditation.

About the Presenter

Anjali Sunita is the founder of Village Life Wellness, a private Ayurveda practice, and Baltimore Yoga Village, a community educational platform, who creates environments and opportunities for individual and community dialogue and wellness. She supports programs in practices like pranayama, meditation, asana, chanting, Ayurveda, and yoga history. Anjali has integrated knowledge from her beloved teachers and shares it with a great love for making the teachings accessible, easily understood, and applicable to each person she encounters. She teaches throughout the world and has founded and nurtures a non-profit program, which supports and compensates teachers of color in offering free weekly yoga in Baltimore City.

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