Ancient Ayurveda for Modern You

What is Ayurveda?

Considered one of the oldest healing sciences, Ayurveda originated in India at least 5,000 years ago, and its meaning literally translates to ‘science of life.’

Ayurveda recognizes that the entire physical world, including humankind, is made up of five elements, earth, space, air, fire and water, and that each individual is made up of some combination of these elements.

While each of the five elements is present in each of us to some degree, some people are dominant in one dosha -- either vata, pitta or kapha, more than others. Sometimes an individual has an equal balance of two doshas, and once in a while, an individual may possess equal balances of each dosha.

Knowing your unique balance of dosha helps you to understand our body’s health needs, whether it be diet, movement, or stress management practices.

Finding Balance

Determining your fundamental dosha balance requires an assessment of you at your most natural state. Depending on your physicality and emotional tendencies, Ayurveda can classify you into one of three doshas.

During Ancient Ayurveda for Modern You you can expect to learn:

-The differences between doshas
-Ways to determine your unique Ayurvedic balance
-How Ayurvedic practices can benefit specific imbalances
-Resources to gain (or regain) your optimal health
-And much more!

Join me to learn about your internal makeup and how to effectively create real change in your health!

Hosted by:

Keri Elkin

Ancient Healing for Modern Wellness

Don’t you wish that there was a diet plan that’s tailor-made for your body type? What about a fitness plan that took into account your tendency to procrastinate or be extra competitive?

Look no further! The ancient science of Ayurveda can help lead you to a better and more balanced life!

During this webinar, you’ll learn exactly what Ayurveda is all about, and how you can use it to best nourish you!

Are you ready to invest in your health?

Can’t Wait To Share With You On Tuesday, October 29th At 7:00 pm EDT!