Ayurveda is an ancient practice of health and wellness from South Asia, yet remains easily applicable and relevant to modern life. In this workshop, participants will learn the details of Dinacharya, or the daily routine, outlined in Ayurvedic texts. These simple daily actions form the basis of Ayurvedic wellness, akin to preventative medicine in modern parlance.

During this workshop, you will:

  • Learn about your individual constitution
  • Review practices that will allow you to apply these healthy routines in your own life

Participants are encouraged to complete the free Ayurvedic Dosha Quiz prior to attending the workshop.

Presenter      Molly Kitchen, E-RYT

Molly Kitchen (E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP) has been teaching yoga with skill and passion since 2009. Her classes emphasize self-inquiry, somatic exploration and sustainable movement while integrating and honoring yogic philosophy. Using clear alignment instruction, inspiring stories and often a bit of humor, she creates an environment that invites her students to connect with their own curiosity and wisdom. Molly is the founder and director of Adhikara Yoga School, a teacher training program that infuses social justice values into every aspect of the curriculum. She is also the creator of Yoga Consent Cards, which are a simple tool that allows students to choose whether or not they'd like to receive hands-on assists from teachers. Learn more at MollyKitchen.com.

Date Time Location
Thursday, November 5
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Alumni House

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