Raising good children is the most difficult job in the world and yet there is not training or job manual to go with it. The ancient wisdom of the Vedic culture was impregnated with many useful arts and techniques which helped to support the development of children. In this seminar we will be introducing the concepts of Ayurveda, Astrology and Yoga, and how we can use them to support us on our journey.
- A look at how we can use the understanding of the doshas to better understand the physical, mental and emotional needs of our children.
- A look at how to work out which dosha is dominant in your child.
- A look at how the system of Ayurveda supports raising healthy children
- An introduction to astrology and how the different zodiac signs can help us to understand the needs of our children.
- Continue to discuss the use of astrology in the life of children
- How we can use this information to support the child
- An introduction to yoga and it’s importance in childhood.
- Tools on how we can incorporate yogic principles of meditation, asanas, mudras and mantras to help support our children as they grow.
- Discuss how this helps them to improve their relationship between their mind and body and how this may help during their studies and exams and prepare them for life ahead.
- Depending on time we may also take a look at the Vedic scriptures and the gunas.
- An opportunity to ask questions.
This course is suitable for anyone interested in supporting children with Vedic sciences.
Date: Sunday 24th September
Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £20
You can sign up to this course by following the Paypal link below, or at the Manor reception (01923 851000). You will then receive e-mail confirmation of your place on the course.
For more information, please email email@example.com or call Santonu on 07737542958
About the speaker
Ananga Sakhi devi dasi has been formally involved with Ayurveda for almost 15 years. She has run clinics across London, delivered numerous talks and seminars and has written a number of articles on different health topics. Her various talks on ‘Pregnancy’ and ‘Ayurveda for the Winter’ were very well received, and thus she is returning to continue with the ‘Ayurveda Series’, with this overview of Ayurveda in everyday life.
Aside from her Vedic understanding, she also has a BSc in Biomedical Sciences, which allows her to understand the science of Ayurveda within the modern context. She is married with two young boys, giving her ample opportunity to put this age old wisdom into practical experience with her own family.