Sunday, January 11th -- Ayurveda for Winter



Vata season (fall and winter) is here! At this time of year the Northern Hemisphere experiences less light, less warmth and less activity. It is a time to quiet the mind and body, to seek stillness and introspection.

In this workshop participants will learn about vata season and vata dosha and how to incorporate vata- specific Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle recommendations into their lives to promote balance and well-being during this cold and dark time of year.

Ayurveda- the 5,000 year old ancient vedic system of healing- translates to “the science of life.” To practice Ayurveda, to live Ayurveda, means living in harmony with the rhythms of nature. Many healing modalities known in the West such as Homeopathy and Polarity Therapy, are rooted in Ayurvedic traditions which promote balance and harmony within the body, mind and senses. Ayurveda aims to facilitate healing through empowering individuals with knowledge about ways to achieve optimal health through diet and lifestyle.

$25 pre-register | $30 day of

Regina Rocke aka Wolf Medicine grew up dancing in Austin, Texas.  She holds both a BFA and MFA in dance and has enjoyed a life filled with movement in many forms. She is trained in Reiki levels I and II as well as being a tarot card reader for many years. In 2014 she graduated from the Kripalu School of Yoga and Ayurveda as an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselor and 200-Hour Yoga Teacher.