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Sep
13
Sun
Exploring the 5 Elements with Yoga and Ayurveda
Sep 13 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am
The five gross elements (“panch maha bhuta” in Sanskrit) are the building blocks of all creation. They are the core of the Ayurvedic approach; this ancient philosophy views the cosmos, and therefore us as living beings, as a constant interplay of the five elements (air, ether, water, fire, earth). Therefore, in order to understand our own true Nature, it is essential to understand how the dynamic qualities of the elements can either promote harmony and health, or imbalance and dis-ease. Our mind and body, and therefore our health, are rooted in the five elements; it is why we feel our best when we are aligned with nature in every way. We nourish ourselves with foods from the Earth; Water makes up more than 70% of our total body mass. Fire provides the body with warmth and radiant energy; Air flows freely, giving movement to biological functions and feeding each cell with oxygen. Space is ever-present in the background, providing the other components with a chance to interact this way. This 5 week series is an exploration of the five great elements as a way to help us understand our own Nature, and how they can help us achieve, true, long-lasting health and wellbeing. Each week we will focus on one element, and learn practices (asana, self-care rituals, mantra, food….) that promote inner harmony, vitality, and radiance.   Week 1: EARTH Strength, grounding, endurance Week 2: WATER Creativity, feeling, sensuality Week 3: FIRE Transformation, enthusiasm, focus Week 4: AIR Movement, flexibility, vitality Week 5: ETHER Expansion, vibration, non-resistance
Sep
20
Sun
Exploring the 5 Elements with Yoga and Ayurveda
Sep 20 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am

The five gross elements (“panch maha bhuta” in Sanskrit) are the building blocks of all creation. They are the core of the Ayurvedic approach; this ancient philosophy views the cosmos, and therefore us as living beings, as a constant interplay of the five elements (air, ether, water, fire, earth). Therefore, in order to understand our own true Nature, it is essential to understand how the dynamic qualities of the elements can either promote harmony and health, or imbalance and dis-ease.

Our mind and body, and therefore our health, are rooted in the five elements; it is why we feel our best when we are aligned with nature in every way. We nourish ourselves with foods from the Earth; Water makes up more than 70% of our total body mass. Fire provides the body with warmth and radiant energy; Air flows freely, giving movement to biological functions and feeding each cell with oxygen. Space is ever-present in the background, providing the other components with a chance to interact this way.

This 5 week series is an exploration of the five great elements as a way to help us understand our own Nature, and how they can help us achieve, true, long-lasting health and wellbeing. Each week we will focus on one element, and learn practices (asana, self-care rituals, mantra, food….) that promote inner harmony, vitality, and radiance.

 

Week 1: EARTH

Strength, grounding, endurance

Week 2: WATER

Creativity, feeling, sensuality

Week 3: FIRE

Transformation, enthusiasm, focus

Week 4: AIR

Movement, flexibility, vitality

Week 5: ETHER

Expansion, vibration, non-resistance

Sep
27
Sun
Exploring the 5 Elements with Yoga and Ayurveda
Sep 27 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am

The five gross elements (“panch maha bhuta” in Sanskrit) are the building blocks of all creation. They are the core of the Ayurvedic approach; this ancient philosophy views the cosmos, and therefore us as living beings, as a constant interplay of the five elements (air, ether, water, fire, earth). Therefore, in order to understand our own true Nature, it is essential to understand how the dynamic qualities of the elements can either promote harmony and health, or imbalance and dis-ease.

Our mind and body, and therefore our health, are rooted in the five elements; it is why we feel our best when we are aligned with nature in every way. We nourish ourselves with foods from the Earth; Water makes up more than 70% of our total body mass. Fire provides the body with warmth and radiant energy; Air flows freely, giving movement to biological functions and feeding each cell with oxygen. Space is ever-present in the background, providing the other components with a chance to interact this way.

This 5 week series is an exploration of the five great elements as a way to help us understand our own Nature, and how they can help us achieve, true, long-lasting health and wellbeing. Each week we will focus on one element, and learn practices (asana, self-care rituals, mantra, food….) that promote inner harmony, vitality, and radiance.

 

Week 1: EARTH

Strength, grounding, endurance

Week 2: WATER

Creativity, feeling, sensuality

Week 3: FIRE

Transformation, enthusiasm, focus

Week 4: AIR

Movement, flexibility, vitality

Week 5: ETHER

Expansion, vibration, non-resistance

Oct
4
Sun
Exploring the 5 Elements with Yoga and Ayurveda
Oct 4 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am

The five gross elements (“panch maha bhuta” in Sanskrit) are the building blocks of all creation. They are the core of the Ayurvedic approach; this ancient philosophy views the cosmos, and therefore us as living beings, as a constant interplay of the five elements (air, ether, water, fire, earth). Therefore, in order to understand our own true Nature, it is essential to understand how the dynamic qualities of the elements can either promote harmony and health, or imbalance and dis-ease.

Our mind and body, and therefore our health, are rooted in the five elements; it is why we feel our best when we are aligned with nature in every way. We nourish ourselves with foods from the Earth; Water makes up more than 70% of our total body mass. Fire provides the body with warmth and radiant energy; Air flows freely, giving movement to biological functions and feeding each cell with oxygen. Space is ever-present in the background, providing the other components with a chance to interact this way.

This 5 week series is an exploration of the five great elements as a way to help us understand our own Nature, and how they can help us achieve, true, long-lasting health and wellbeing. Each week we will focus on one element, and learn practices (asana, self-care rituals, mantra, food….) that promote inner harmony, vitality, and radiance.

 

Week 1: EARTH

Strength, grounding, endurance

Week 2: WATER

Creativity, feeling, sensuality

Week 3: FIRE

Transformation, enthusiasm, focus

Week 4: AIR

Movement, flexibility, vitality

Week 5: ETHER

Expansion, vibration, non-resistance

Oct
11
Sun
Exploring the 5 Elements with Yoga and Ayurveda
Oct 11 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am

The five gross elements (“panch maha bhuta” in Sanskrit) are the building blocks of all creation. They are the core of the Ayurvedic approach; this ancient philosophy views the cosmos, and therefore us as living beings, as a constant interplay of the five elements (air, ether, water, fire, earth). Therefore, in order to understand our own true Nature, it is essential to understand how the dynamic qualities of the elements can either promote harmony and health, or imbalance and dis-ease.

Our mind and body, and therefore our health, are rooted in the five elements; it is why we feel our best when we are aligned with nature in every way. We nourish ourselves with foods from the Earth; Water makes up more than 70% of our total body mass. Fire provides the body with warmth and radiant energy; Air flows freely, giving movement to biological functions and feeding each cell with oxygen. Space is ever-present in the background, providing the other components with a chance to interact this way.

This 5 week series is an exploration of the five great elements as a way to help us understand our own Nature, and how they can help us achieve, true, long-lasting health and wellbeing. Each week we will focus on one element, and learn practices (asana, self-care rituals, mantra, food….) that promote inner harmony, vitality, and radiance.

 

Week 1: EARTH

Strength, grounding, endurance

Week 2: WATER

Creativity, feeling, sensuality

Week 3: FIRE

Transformation, enthusiasm, focus

Week 4: AIR

Movement, flexibility, vitality

Week 5: ETHER

Expansion, vibration, non-resistance