Ayurveda & Ageing



Ayurveda explains that we are all affected by differing dominating doshas depending on our age. By understanding the body’s natural cycle we can help our minds and bodies stay healthier as we grow older.

In this workshop-style seminar we will look at:

  • How to make dietary and lifestyle changes to support natural changes that occur with age
  • How to deal with common health issues that affect you when you are older such as joint pain, memory related issues, disturbed sleep, digestive weaknesses, etc.
  • Better understand mental and physical changes that occur with age and how to embrace them rather than be negatively affected by them
  • Learn how you can support other family members in your life such as parents, aunts, uncles and grandparents as they grow older

Please note, this session is relevant to individuals of all ages – no one is getting any younger!

Date: Sunday 13th March 2016
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £20

For more information, please email cvs@krishnatemple.com or call Sesa das on 07854 734331

Class size is limited. Please make sure you book ahead either at reception, or by following the Paypal link below:

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About the speaker

These seminars are conducted in a workshop-style with discussions throughout the session. If you have any questions about the content please feel free to contact the course facilitator on ananga.sakhidd@gmail.com.

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.