Ayurveda in the classroom

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Join Annie for insights into Ayurveda the sister science to yoga. Discover how you can further improve your classes to suit your students' needs on a more personal level. How does the Ayurveda model fit into a class structure to create a balance in all the doshas. Add a deeper insight into how to do the yoga for each dosha and what meditation approach is best for each dosha. See you there.

Next weekend at the Ayurveda CPD in Manchester, we will be sharing a NEW Dru sequence called Somaya Namaskara.

It focuses on the Soma chakra - the seat of healing nectar or amrit. This chakra is located above the Ajna and is associated with the Jyoti Kendra – the seat of light. Amrit is said to be released from this chakra which then flows through the body, deeply healing and nourishing all 7 dhatus (layers) and the 3 doshas. 

Through this sequence you will experience youthfulness, vitality, health, harmony, clarity and the calming of all emotions.

Looking forward to seeing you there


Annie and Anouschka



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In this CPD afternoon you will discover how to integrate the healing principles of Ayurveda into your Dru Yoga classes and personal practice as well learning an amazing NEW tri-doshic sequence called Somaya Namaskara. Yoga and Ayurveda are sister sciences rooted in the Vedic tradition of India. While Ayurveda is concerned with healing for both body and mind, yoga in its truest form is the science of awakening to your true Self.

  • Join Annie & Anouschka for insights into Ayurveda the sister science to yoga
  • Discover how you can adjust your classes to provide for your students at a more personal level
  • How does the Ayurveda model fit into a class structure to create a balance in all the doshas
  • Add deeper insight into how to teach yoga and meditation for each dosha
  • Learn this powerful new sequence to share with your students



10th March, 2018 2:00 PM   through   5:00 PM
Friends Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester, Lancashire M2 5NS
United Kingdom

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Phone: 01248 602900
Workshop (full price) £ 55.00
Workshop (DPN concession) £ 40.00
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Cost: £55 or £40 for DPN Members

Venue:  Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS


CPD - professional development hours 3
CPD - Meditation professional dev hours 0
CPD - personal development hours 0
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This traditional natural healing system from India focuses on diet, lifestyle, yoga, meditation and natural therapies, and like a compass it can give you the direction you need to take in your life. In Ayurveda, there are three constitution types or ‘doshas’.  Finding your unique constitution gives you a way of developing an effective personal plan to bring you an abundance of health and vitality.

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What you will learn about: 

  • the history & philosophy of Ayurveda and Yoga

  • how to discover your dosha type

  • how to bring balance using yoga, prana and prana vayu based practices

  • yoga and meditation practices to balance and rejuvenate you

  • nutrition and lifestyle principles to energise and revitalise you in everyday life

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Bring a water bottle, note pad and your enthusiasm.

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Venue: Manchester Friends Quaker Meeting House

6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS

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