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[Live Streamed] Foundations Of Ayurveda Workshop with Tara Dyberg & Angela Glaz
February 7 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm| $40
Gain a new perspective on your health through the wonderful world of Ayurveda
Described as the Vedic Science of Life, Ayurveda is a five-thousand-year-old healing tradition originating in India. It is the sister science, or the medical side of yoga. Ayurveda studies the harmony between humans and the environment and treats every individual as a whole, assessing body, mind, and spirit to assist in maintaining overall health.
In this course, you’ll have the opportunity to learn the fundamental principles of Ayurveda and how you can use those principles to start peeling back the layers of who you think you are to reveal who you really are and own it. Discover how to be the happiest and healthiest version of YOURSELF.
✓ 1 hour lecture/discussion
✓ 1 hour Tri-Doshic balancing yoga practice
Workshop date & time:
✓ Sunday, February 7th
✓ online workshop via zoom
✓ Investment $40
What you’ll need:
✓ something to take notes with ie. Journal
✓ a yoga mat
✓ wear comfortable clothing to practice yoga asana (yogic postures)
✓ a water bottle or tea if you prefer
About the instructors: Tara Dyberg & Angela Glaz
A builder, a creator … in love with the tools of yoga and how they illuminate life.
My background is in movement, as far back as I can remember. It started with a love for dance at an early age, that lead me down a path of professional performance with varying companies in my native land Canada. In my mid twenties I started noticing that no matter how ‘successful’ I was in my field, I wasn’t feeling FULL-filled. A realization shared by many… which started me on another path of SEEKING. That soul searching lead me to yoga and an exploration of self, towards something that felt deep, raw, truthful.
I teach bhakti vinyasa yoga, a yoga of devotion and heartfelt movement. I draw from deep experiences of the body, balancing the spiritual with the physical aspects of practice as I use yogic tools of mudras, mantras, asanas, mythology, and joyful sequencing to cultivate a strong sense of self in community with others. The gods and goddesses all had tools to wield, as do we on our journey to liberation!
Over the last 13 years, I have done an enormous amount of work on myself and have immersed myself in studying a number of healing modalities with highly regarded teachers. These modalities include: Yoga, Ayurveda, Shamanism, REBT (Rational Emotional Behavioral Therapy), and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming). I even opened a yoga studio and started an online platform designed around the ancient healing wisdom of Ayurveda so that everyone and anyone can have the tools they need to take their health and happiness into their own hands.
I know that life can be tough. I know that we all have experiences that shape who we are and the things we believe to be true about ourselves and others. I know that shifting our perspective is no easy task. I also know that we all have the power and ability to grow and evolve as human and spiritual beings. We were designed to live out our dharma, our best lives, but we have to be awake and open to that invitation to our “very first yoga class” in order to view things from a new perspective.
Angela Glaz, Ayurveda Workshop, Foundations of Ayurveda, Om Operative, Tara Dyberg