Ayurveda - Yoga Wisdom for Healthy Eating

Ayurveda is the sister science of yoga and dates back over 5,000 years. Some say we are what we eat and Ayurveda says we are what we digest. This is a holistic health science that takes into account eating according to time, place and circumstance. Join us for this fun, informative and practical workshop. Learn to eat according to your Ayurvedic Body type.

Course Outline:

  • Explore the wisdom of Ayurveda
  • Learn about the influences of your lifestyle, emotions, habits, attitude and tastes have on your inner mental and physical health
  • Discovering your own Ayurvedic body type and eating your way to good health and balance

Learning Outcome:

  • Understanding of Ayurveda body types, food for balance, healing and wellness
  • Awareness of adaptive practices to enhance daily life and vitality

What to bring:

  • Notepad and coloured pens

About the Tutor:

"I have been living a yogic lifestyle for over 27 years, based on a calming presence and peace. With my own personal experience with integrating yoga into my life for enriched daily living I bring a wealth of knowledge into the fun and relaxed classes I teach at SGSCC. I have undertaken Yoga training in Australia, India and New Zealand, including studies on Ayurveda the sister Health Science of Yoga.

Krsnangi, is the name I am known by in the yoga world. My focus is community and I use my counselling and pastoral care skills in many varying volunteer roles to engage in and contribute to the local community. I am a creative soul who loves to dance, sing, write poetry and have even recorded a Meditation and Music CD.

Apart from my extensive Yoga Teacher training, I love studying and learning to enhance skills. Some of my current qualifications and awards include:

  • Diploma of Holistic Counselling and Life Care
  • Certificate Transformational Life Coaching
  • Certificate of Energetic Healing
  • Certificate in Clinical Pastoral Education Specialising in Mental Health and Aged Care
  • Awarded Hurstville Community Garden Volunteer of the Year 2016
  • Awarded by Toastmasters International: Competent Communicator and Leaderships Program
  • Studies in Therapeutic Horticulture
  • Member of Social Justice Taskforce: MOBC
I have also co-ordinated a Women’s Community Radio Program, “Inspirations” on 2NBC." Kristine (Krsnangi)

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.