Ayurvedic & Yogic Approaches to Seasonal Transitions
With special guest speaker Ann Wagoner MA, AP Ayurveda – NAMA, Yoga Therapist, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500
Sunday September 13th, 2-3:30 pm $25
Join us for this special opportunity to better understand our constitution and how to build immunity for the fall. Learn the best Ayurvedic approaches and Yoga adaptations for you. Discover the benefits of a cleanse — which improves energy, weight, vital health and immunity. Discusses the benefits of self-oil massage (Abhyanga), nose and ear oiling, and other Ayurvedic routines. Set yourself up for a healthy season of happiness and bliss. Discover the best spices for each Dosha. Beginners welcome.
Learn how these sister sciences relate to each other and the best approaches to a balanced lifestyle. Learn the similarities and differences between Yogic and Ayurvedic cleanses. We will explore how to put this into practice at the junction of seasons.
Ann is a Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga Therapist who has been teaching the philosophy of Yoga and Ayurveda at Portland Community College. She joins us from Oregon to discuss the topic of how Ayurveda and Yoga relate to each other and their similarities and differences. They are both based on Samkhya philosophy which expounds upon the fundamental duality of consciousness and matter.
Ann Wagoner, Ayurvedic Practitioner, M.A.-N.A.M.A., Yoga Therapist, C-I.A.Y.T., E-R.Y.T.-500 Yoga Alliance, researched Ayurvedic treatments and herbs for the prevention of Cancer recurrence with the Mount Madonna Institute College of Ayurveda. She is a member the National Ayurvedic Medical Association, Yoga Alliance and the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She brings together Ayurveda and Yoga, two sister sciences, to expand understandings of mind, body and consciousness. Ann also has a B.A. in Philosophy, and a M.A. in Liberal Studies from New York University.
Ann is also recruiting cancer survivor participants for the The Banyan Cancer Prevention Program which is a series of self-care workshops for cancer survivors. The year-long program with 22 sessions offers immediate weekly and ongoing monthly support for cancer survivors interested in preventing recurrence of cancer or health maintenance.