Ayurvedic Living: The Ayurvedic Clock


Beccy Stevenson

 I went to a yoga class seeking a new way to stay fit. What I found was so much more. Yoga has given me answers to questions I didn’t know that I had…a means to effect my inner and outer landscape by moving and b...
Session 2:The Ayurvedic Clock
November 20
Understand timing as it relates to a 24 hour day, Seasons in a year and how this also applies to the stages in our life cycle. Practice related to season and balancing gunas. 

You can attend single sessions of this series for $35 /each or register for the whole series for $150.
This is the second workshop in a 5-part series.

We gather once a month, Saturdays 11:30 - 1:30
October 16- Session 1
November 20- Session 2
December 11- Session 3
January 15- Session 4
February 19- Session 5

Ayurveda is the Vedic science of healing the body and the mind. Join us for this five week course to dive into and begin to understand your innate power to heal and balance your whole being. Explore + learn basic methods of healing including herbs and diet, exercise, mindfulness and how simple lifestyle adjustments can have a big impact on how you think and feel, ultimately allowing you to move more intelligently and balanced through life. We recommend diving in for the whole course, however, each one of these sessions is stand alone and will help you find more harmony on your life path. Between monthly sessions you will be given accessible and inspiring "assignments" (think journaling, self-assessment questionnaires, mindfulness, home practices, etc.) to reinforce and gain practical experience with what you learned. Register for the whole series and receive a journal to use throughout the course!

Session 3: Ayurvedic Diet
December 11
Learn what foods and herbs will balance your unique type To optimize physical, mental and spiritual development. Practice related to sattva, rajas and tamas 

Session 4: Yoga and Ayurveda.
January 15
Discover how to customize a physical yoga practice to bring balance and healing to all aspects of the self. Practice related to balancing predominant imbalance and how to modify for Individuals; a practical approach. 

Session 5: Ayurvedic Flow
February 19
Bring it all together. A decadent 90 minute Ayurveda based Practice including asana, pranayama and meditation to solidify concepts and Leave you feeling balanced and connected to your most authentic self.

Beccy Stevenson, RN, E-RYT, AHC
Beccy is an Ayurvedic health counselor, yoga instructor and registered nurse. She has practiced nursing for over 15 years and working in a variety of settings from the ICU to hospice and home care. Having direct experience with the futility of western medicine and seeking an alternate form of exercise, she found yoga. It was here that the pieces finally started to come together. Yoga and Ayurveda (discovered through deeper yogic study) made sense and better yet, proved to be the missing link to empower people to take better care of themselves. We all have that ability, sometimes it is just buried under layers of conditioning or trauma. Beccy has completed over 600 hours in Ayurvedic study and is passionate about sharing what she knows to help people find their own potential by connecting to their innate wisdom and most authentic self.