The term Ayurveda is derived from two Sanskrit words: ‘ayus’ meaning life and ‘vid’ meaning knowledge. The “science of life”, Ayurveda, is increasingly popular the world over, as people look for alternatives to allopathic care.
The Ayurvedic teachings have huge amounts of valuable insights into all aspects of our lives, from the food we eat, the times we rest and rise and overcoming various health problems.
Ayurveda for women’s health is the latest in the Ayurveda series facilitated by Ananga Sakhi, a fully trained Ayurvedic physician. Discover the healthy Eastern alternative for common ailments experienced by women, in the serene setting of Bhaktivedanta Manor. The seminar will be focussing on:
1. Understanding the uniqueness of the female body.
2. Look at menstruation, pregnancy and the menopause.
3. Explore dietary and lifestyle advice specific to women
4. Introduce yoga asanas and meditation practices which specifically benefit women.
Course Dates: Sunday 13th November 2016
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £20
You can sign up to this course by following the link below, or at the Manor reception (01923 851000). You will then receive e-mail confirmation of your place on the course.
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 women’s health.
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.