Balancing your Vata dosha during the Fall season with Kimiko

Join me for this workshop which is designed to balance a Vata dosha for your well-being in the Autumn on Sunday, 30 October, from 14:00-16:15.

Ayurveda is the ancient Indian life science (ayur means life and veda means science in sanskrit). All of us has three doshas with different quantities of doshas in us. These doshas are called Vata, Pitta and Kapha. The elements of Vata are air and space (movement, change and cold). The fall/early winter is the Vata season; colors of leaves change, the wind blows off leaves and the temperature cools down. Vata people are creative and active. When the Vata dosha is out of balance, people may experience physical, emotional and mental disorders such as dry skin, a restless mind, increased anxiety and sleep disturbance.

It is essential to modify yoga practice in accordance with lifestyle and seasonal changes in order to avoid an excessive Vata.  At the workshop you will be given a short lecture about vata imbalance at first. Then you practice asana (Hatha, Yin and Restorative yoga), paranayama and meditation. Essential oils will be used (if it is fine with all participants). The workshop leaves you calmed and ground. Everyone is welcome!

Time & Date: Sunday October 30 at 14-16.15

Price: 390 kr

Registration: You register by filling out the form at the bottom of this page

About the teacher

Kimiko is from Tokyo, Japan. She is a 500 hours ISHTA yoga certified teacher. She is also completed Chakra, ISHTA Yin and ISHTA Restorative yoga teacher training. Her practice and teaching has been inspired by Sarah Powers, O.P.Tiwari and ISHTA yoga teachers (Alan Finger, Sarah Platt-Finger, Katrina Repka, Ulrica Norberg). She is passionate about a healthy and happy lifestyle. For her yoga is a sacred journey of self-discovery. Yoga practice helps her to stay calm and to cultivates a sense of peace, joy and compassion on and off the mat. She is happy to share her yoga techniques/knowledges with others.