Winter Wisdom: Connect to Kapha through Sacred Ritual and Self-Care
Ayurveda Seasonal Workshop
Make the most of this earthy season by learning practices to enhance the natural tendency to turn inward. In this workshop you’ll be guided through a nourishing series designed to reflect and renew including:
- Introduction to yoga asana from an Ayurvedic perspective to warm the body and refresh the mind (be sure to wear comfortable clothing)
- Introspective journaling
- Application of nasya oil and eucalyptus aromatherapy
- Tea ceremony and meditation
This is a community workshop open to the public and a non-credit course.
Prior knowledge of Ayurveda and yoga is not necessary. Basic Ayurveda theory will be discussed and woven into each activity.
Detailed ScheduleSaturday Feburary 2nd, 2019 10am-12pm
About the instructor
Aurora Taylor is a certified Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor, yoga instructor, Kriya Yoga disciple, educator, and expert in self-care. She combines her education, teachings passed down from ancient lineages, personal experience in healing, and living a lifestyle in harmony with the balance of nature to create a holistic multifaceted approach to healing body, mind, and spirit. With awareness that each unique individual has the capability to heal thyself, Aurora utilizes practices such as food as medicine, sacred rituals, journaling, self-love, yoga, and meditation to help support, inspire, empower, and encourage healing within others on their journey to health and wellness. Aurora shares the teachings of yoga, meditation, and Ayurveda in yoga teacher trainings, spiritual communities, and music and arts festivals. She also works one-on-one with clients in many different parts of the world including North and Central America. Aurora is a graduate of West Virginia University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Journalism. She later received a 200 hr YTT from It’s Yoga Nica and a 600 hr Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor certification from Asheville School of Yoga & Massage. Soon after finishing these programs she was initiated as a Kriya Yoga disciple by Roy Eugene Davis, a direct disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda, at the Center for Spiritual Awareness.