Often find yourself tired? Wake up groggily hating your alarm? Or feel exhausted but are still not able to sleep? Work out hard, eat great food but still lack energy? You need piping hot coffee but someone you know just can't tolerate anything hot (or vice versa)?
You hear some people claim that you need 8 glasses of water a day while some advice against it, and you are confused about what to follow? Should you eat by the clock? When should you sleep? Ever wonder why you are the way you are with all your specific traits? Ever wonder if you could understand your body better? You aspire to have better health but do not know how?
This workshop will answer all these questions and guide you towards your first step to better health. Understanding your body is essentially innate and even if long forgotten, it can be revoked. The ancient wisdom of Ayurveda, which has withstood the test of time, has secrets to health which are now getting eroded. This workshop will acquaint you with some of these secrets about your body and healthy living.
The module for this workshop includes:
The body through the lens of Ayurveda Understanding food and digestion Healthy cooking An Ayurvedic day (Routine and seasonal lifestyle) The drops that form the ocean of disease (How to identify them)
(The workshop will include handout guides)
About Vaidya Sathyavathi S Vaidya Sathyavathi S. finished her graduation in Ayurveda from Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, in Mumbai and further obtained a degree in medical law and ethics from NLSIU, Bangalore. She has been the disciple of eminent gurus like (Late) Vaidya Ratna Dr. K.S.Viswanatha Sarma, Chennai, (Late) Dr. Narayan Patwardhan, Mumbai, Dr. Devchand Gala, Mumbai, Vd. P.T. Joshi, Dhule.
Parallelly she has worked under several modern specialists like surgeons, pediatricians, gynecologists, general physicians to enhance her knowledge of modern medicine. She has been practicing Ayurveda in Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and now in the UK as well.
Her approach towards treatment leverages controlled fasting, yoga as therapy, diet and lifestyle modification, marma therapy and minimal use of medications and/or panchakarma customized for each individual.
She is a vipassana meditation practitioner and has a holistic approach including the mind as a modality along with the body. She has been a firm believer and propagator of Ayurveda and it is her primary objective to create mass awareness and carry this wisdom around the globe.