Ayurvedic Yoga

Ayurvedic Yoga

Yoga Ayurvédico con Patricia

Como algunos de ustedes sabrán, fui entrenada en Yoga y Ayurveda durante el 2014 en India y con Kriya Ayurveda en Londres durante 2019. Ese entrenamiento me dio la oportunidad de comprender profundamente la naturaleza dentro de la práctica del Yoga.

Yoga Ayurvédico

Será una práctica de yoga ayurvédico donde exploraremos sugerencias para la práctica de asana (posturas) para cada dosha (constitución corporal), cómo adaptar la practica dependiendo de la estación del año y como podemos ayudarnos a reequilibrar cualquier exceso o déficit energético a través de asana y pranayama.
Serán de 2h (10:00 a.m.-12: 00 p.m.) HORA DEL REINO UNIDO

Ayurvedic Wisdom in Our Yoga Practice

As we recognize our intrinsic relationship with nature, we become more conscious beings and begin to take more responsibility for our actions. Ayurveda has personally helped me create a way of living in harmony with myself and with planet earth.

In Sunday’s workshop we explored the scientific principles behind Ayurveda and how to adapt yoga practice to the different seasons of the year. We focused on specific practices for Spring. We hope to repeat this workshop in the future because the truth is that it was very revealing. Responding to some of your suggestions this week I share some tips so that you can apply in your day to day in order to balance the Dosha Kapha during spring.

Spring has the qualities of Kapha, it is warm as the sun, humid as the rain, mild without too much cold or too much heat, and oily with pollen, flowers and honey. The warm temperatures melt the ice and the snow accumulated in winter begins to melt. In the same way that Kapha begins to liquefy, melt and travel downstream. That is why spring is associated with colds and the practice of Panchakarma is recommended, to cleanse the system of excess Kapha and thus avoid colds, allergies, hay fever and nasal congestion.

Other recommendations:

Get up early and go for a walk.

Avoid sleeping during the day.

Practice sun salutations and stimulating hatha-vinyasa asanas such as plank, camel, bridge, fish, boat, sail, bow, and locust.

Bhastrika breathing (fire breathing), preferably with a teacher who knows how to guide you.

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Patricia Sánchez
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