Refine Senses, Rinse Toxicity, Restore Body & Mind

Not your stereotypical ‘cleanse’
Build resiliency through Ayurveda

Ayurveda teaches us self-compassion and how to be gentle on the self. A cleanse is no exception, as intentional actions and updates to diet and lifestyle naturally cleanses toxicity from the body. Learn tools of self-care to last you forever. Understand how Ayurveda can meet you right where you are and the best ways to incorporate yoga into your unique life and lifestyle.

Program includes lunch on site, cooking demo, yoga movement,
lots of diet and lifestyle support via Ayurveda’s ancient wisdom.

You’ll be gifted a spice packet for your fall cooking at home plus
digital booklet full of recipes, day by day cleanse guidance and
yoga to support your home experience.

The Yoga Bar OTR, 15 W. 14th St., Cincinnati. $75 investment. Registering in advance a plus (see link in this event)

**MORE info—->This workshop will offer a foundational, in-depth knowledge of Ayurveda. Background of understanding Ayurveda is not needed in advance. You’ll understand the ‘whys’ of what you are doing in this fall rejuvenation program. You’ll leave with a plan for a gentle cleanse and rejuvenation at home, over the course of 10 days. You’ll learn about dining and diet practices to ease the burden we put on digestion every day. When we ease the burden on our digestion through diet and lifestyle updates, we experience improvement in many, many other areas of our life in subtle ways, like thoughts and energy level. It’s common for physical health to improve when becoming mindful of digestion (and ways to ease digestion), to discover the foods and eating practices best suitable for the time of year and for one’s own digestion tendencies.

Spring Cleanse

Ayurveda spring cleanse offers positive growth and improved digestion both mentally and physically. Patterns you can’t kick but are ready to may simply lack tools and self-support. Almost everyone can benefit from the spring digestion reset we gain during a cleanse.

Why spring cleanse? Well, maybe a bit of Ayurvedic wisdom can shed some light. Winter is Vata dominant. It’s frozen and cold, windy antics of nature have dormancy happening as well. Really, depletion is the word. We hold onto all we can and hopefully all the good stuff we need from routines and relationships hold to ‘get through’ winter. And change is not resilient. Ayurveda says to choose the most stable time of year to cleanse, thus spring cleanses. Spring time is kapha dominant, so the vata has turned to cold, wet, sticky traits our body could be showing through allergies, congestion in face or chest, heaviness in the body and/or the mind. There could be less than desirable habits you feel are holding you back and you lack tools, motivation or drive to move them behind you. These are all signs of increase in kapha dosha. The kapha time is dominated by earth and water, much more resilient elements than the air and ether dominating fall and winter. Since change and growth require a stable establishment, naturally the spring kapha time is best for a big cleanse.

Think of a seedling, planted properly in dirt this spring. Ideal growing conditions include stable ground, fertile soil, ample moisture and sunlight. Also the temperature can’t be too cold. If the growing conditions accumulate too much wetness, low temperatures, lacking sunlight and the seedling continues to be relocated, it will never sprout. The proper conditions are necessary for growth and this exists in the human body and mind, too. Spring cleanse time is when we take rest, reset our body and mind’s growing conditions!