Ayurvedic Cleanse and Detoxification
It’s called spring cleaning for a reason. This is the perfect opportunity to reset, renew and replenish your system.
On Saturday we’ll meet to go over the cleanse notebook, recipes, herbs and oils that are used.
You can begin on Sunday or Monday (or later if you choose)
Seven days is the minimum suggested length but you can follow the cleansing diet for up to 2 weeks.
The cleanse includes a list of foods that are cleansing in nature in the springtime.
Ayurvedic cleansing is more than the foods that we eat, it’s also important to change our daily practices to optimze healing.
Spring is the time when we need a low-fat diet to encourage our bodies to burn the accumulated insulation of the winter months. The old adage “you are what you eat” is expanded in Ayurveda to “you are what you can digest”! For optimum health, we must stoke our digestive fire with foods and practices that allow our digestion to be most efficient and nourishing. An Ayurvedic cleanse is not a “diet” of deprivation or limiting, rather it’s an opportunity to pause, reflect and get in touch with the wisdom of our bodies through the reawakening of our minds. This is a wonderful gift to give yourself..an opportunity for renewal of vitality and health.
The cleanse begins and ends when you choose. Herbs and oils suggestions will be available at the pre-cleanse meeting. Monday-Friday April 14-18, 7:30-8:30 a.m. we’ll meet for a morning yoga class of movement, breath and meditation to bolster our commitment to healing the self.
Saturday – April 12, 2014
12:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
$65.00 if you choose to cleanse on your own and are unable to come to the daily classes
Sign up by April 7, 2014 is required. Space is limited.