Living Ayurveda: The science of mind, body and nature - workshop and meditation with Regina of Wolf Medicine Magic.

7.30pm, Tuesday March 29

$15 - $25 sliding scale

Ayurveda- the 5,000 year old ancient vedic system of healing- translates to β€œthe science of life.”  To practice Ayurveda, to live Ayurveda, means living in harmony with the rhythms of nature. Many healing modalities known in the West such as Homeopathy and Polarity Therapy, are rooted in Ayurvedic traditions which promote balance and harmony within the body, mind and senses.  Ayurveda aims to facilitate healing through empowering individuals with knowledge about ways to achieve optimal health through diet and lifestyle. 

The workshop will begin with a brief overview of Ayurvedic philosophy followed by instruction on how to discover you elemental body type and how to eat for optimal health and balance. There will be information on the main Ayurvedic healing herbs and the session will include a calming and grounding pranayam and meditation with singing bowls.  Wear comfortable clothing and bring a pen and journal for notes.

Regina, proprietor of Wolf Medicine Magic, is a queer Brooklyn-based Ayurvedic Wellness Coach and Yoga instructor. She has both a BFA and MFA in dance and in 2009 decided to pursue a life devoted to sharing a spiritual practice with others. In 2013 she took a pause from the dance world to pursue a certification in Ayurveda from the Kripalu School of Ayurveda followed by receiving her 200-hour yoga teacher training from Kripalu in 2015. She believes her challenge in this lifetime is to live in the now and sharing Ayurveda and Yoga are a constant reminder that the present is all there is. Her love of Ayurveda and yoga has lead her to study throughout the US and India helping her to gain a wealth of knowledge and experience that she is enthusiastic about sharing with her clients. She is a member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) and 200-RYT.