Feast and Famine: Let’s Feast!
1/19/2019: 1-3 pm
This is Part 1 of a 2 part course. Classes can be taken individually, but the classes compliment each other, so attending both is recommended.
What does it mean to eat seasonally? Can food really heal the body? How do you know what choices to make?
In this class, Angela will share her story of struggling with food sensitivities, elimination diets, and lifelong digestive issues, and some discoveries she has found through Ayurveda. We will discuss what are seasonal foods and which are not, and what are the benefits of eating certain foods only at certain times of the year.
$60 for this class, or $110 for both sessions.
Feast and Famine: The Benefits of Fasting
1/26/2019: 1-3 pm
This is Part 2 of a 2 part course. Classes can be taken individually, but the classes compliment each other, so attending both is recommended.
What does it mean to fast? Why and how do people do fasting? Is there any science behind fasting?
In this class, Angela will share her story regarding chronic and sudden fatigue, the inability for western medicine to help, and her journey into self-healing. We will cover the scientific benefits of fasting, and the different types of fasting, including intermittent fasting. We will also present some results from scientific studies regarding the effects of fasting and discuss how and when to fast.
Much of this class will involve sitting, but there will be some gentle yoga periodically to move the body and awaken the mind.
This 2 hour class is $60, but may be combined with Part 1 for $110 total for both sessions.
Use Yoga to Overcome Injury
1/27/2107: 12-2:15 pm
Yoga is often thought of as a practice for the highly flexible. In fact, yoga asana holds great potential for those recovering from injury. In this 2 hour 15 min workshop we will explore the core principles of how to use yoga to overcome joint pain and limitation. So if you are struggling with neck, back, hip, knee, ankle, shoulder or arm problems this class is for you.
Cost of this class is $60.