A certified registered Hatha Yoga teacher with over 200 hours of training (RYT-200) with Rasika Yoga School (City Yoga of Columbia), Jeff began practicing yoga 15 years ago to help keep his body and mind in good physical condition while in recovery. After receiving the therapeutic benefits of yoga and becoming more grounded in all areas of his life, he was convinced that transformation through yoga is not only possible but also empowering and enjoyable.
Jeff believes that yoga is most beneficial when applied to practical, everyday life experiences. This philosophy means he presents his classes in a way that best serves his students and simplifies a seemingly complicated practice. He offers a challenging yet accessible yoga class that is infused with philosophy, breathing, anatomy and alignment. He is continually growing both as a teacher and a student. His training is ongoing and constantly evolving. His dedication and passion for yoga allows him to continually grow while sharing all of his knowledge and enthusiasm with his students.
Heal Your Body. Heal Your Soul.™
Sun, May 31|
Lived-Streamed via Zoom
PAST EVENT - An Introduction to Ayurveda. Live-streamed
The foundations of Ayurveda (What is Ayurveda?) The 3 Doshas and which one are you
Time & Location
May 31, 2020, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Lived-Streamed via Zoom
About the Event
In this workshop you'll learn about:
The foundations of Ayurveda (What is Ayurveda?) The 3 Doshas and which one are you Identify where there may be imbalances Tips on how to mitigate the effects of our current world pandemic How to apply self-care (Dinacharya) techniques to establish a supportive daily routine A questionnaire to determine your Dosha will be sent to you upon registration. Please, bring the completed form at the event.
LIVE-STREAMED AND IN-PERSON**
(**If we are open - social distancing - Max. 9 people in the studio including presenter )
SUNDAY, MAY 31ST - 1:00 to 3:00 pm Before May 25th - $47 After May 26th - $57
The Ayurvedic nutrition lifestyle has been around for thousands of years and is often called the oldest continuously practiced healthcare system in the world. It focuses on balancing different types of energy within your body, which is said to improve health. The Ayurvedic lifestyle provides personalized recommendations about which foods to eat and avoid based on your body type. Like yoga, Ayurveda promotes a balance between your body and mind.