What’s Your Ayurvedic Body Type?

Ayurvedic Doctor Khushdil Chokshi shows a workshop attendee some Indian spices
Dr Khushdil Chokshi (left) teaches workshops on how to use Yoga, Ayurveda and other alternative therapies to promote a healthy and happy life. Book now for Dr Khushdil’s workshop at our Centre in December.

 

Ever wondered what your Ayurvedic body type (Dosha) is and how identifying it can help you live a happier and healthier life? Find out at this Yoga and Ayurvedic Cooking Workshop to be taught by Dr Khushdil Chokshi.

Naturopathist, Ayurveda and Yoga Practitioner Dr Khushdil will help you identify your Ayurvedic body type and show you how to eat for optimal health and wellbeing.

 

YOGA AND AYURVEDIC COOKING WORKSHOP

Sunday 11 December 2016
10:00am  to  4:00pm
$125
(Early bird offer of $110 if you book before 30 November)

 

Program:

10:00am –   Welcome with herbal drink

10.:15am –   Introduction

10:30am –   Yoga practice (Chanting, stretching and Yoga Nidra)

11:30am –   Break

11:40am –   Talk on constitution

midday   –   Cooking

02:00pm –   Lunch in silence

02.30pm –   Talk on constitutional diet

03:00pm –   Q & A

04:00pm –   Farewell

 

Dr. Khushdil has a certificate in Naturopathy and a Bachelor in Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery. She has practiced Yoga and Ayurveda for over 15 years and gives workshops to teach people how live happy, healthy lives through Yoga, Ayurveda and other alternative therapies. 

 

Book now for Dr Khusdil’s workshop.

Read about Greg Cooper’s memories of Pattabhi Jois prescribing him with ayurvedic oil for his sore knee

More at the Ashtanga Yoga Centre of Melbourne.

 

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