Ayurveda and Fall Season
with Lisa Schrempp
Tuesdays, Sept. 8 – Oct. 6, 2020.
7:30 – 8:30 pm (Paris time)
Ayurveda is the science of life, a holistic plan for optimal vitality which encourages developing
an intimate relationship between Nature and our psychophysical-spiritual self.
Fall season is dominated by wind which begins to cool things down after summer season. One of the big challenges with our external and internal environment at this powerful juncture is the quality of dryness. We can clearly see this by looking at how the green color of nature starts to dry and colors of red, brown and yellow dominate just like in the picture above. The qualities of Fall are dry, light, mobile, clear, rough, cold and subtle. These qualities will be increased in nature in the fall, in the weather and our bodies. Recognizing when a quality is excess in body and/or mind and then having tools to bring that energy into balance is practicing Ayurveda. Practicing Ayurveda is fun and always timely if we wish to have a relationship of mutual care with our planet and the beings we are interdependent with.
Lisa will be teaching this transition in four online sessions.
Tuesday, September 8th
7:30 – 8:30 pm Free Live YouTube with Lisa: Ayurveda – preventative self-care, now more than ever.
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Tuesday, September 15th
7:30 – 8:30 pm #1 Intro to Ayurveda – The Science of Longevity
What are the basic principles of this ancient preventative and natural healing system? That everything you are made of is reflected in your world and and everything out there is within you. Being able to recognize & experience this relationship with the external can educate us and foster skillful connections towards resonance and inter-being. Join to learn all about your many layers of interaction with nature and utilizing the wisdom of Ayurveda to find balance.
Tuesday, September 22nd
7:30 – 8:30 pm #2 A Daily Fall Routine
RITUCHARYA means seasonal discipline or a gentler version of the word is translated as seasonal routine. Sharat is the fall season and characterized by what is going on with the weather, the local harvest and the activities that this time of year presents.The keys are flexibility and awareness. Being prepared for whatever the winds may blow in is a great analogy for riding the up and downs of our lives. It never gets boring if we are open. The adaptability fall requests of us can sharpen our minds . Clarity in routine helps us to enjoy the elevated winds with calm and present energy.
Tuesday, September 29th
7:30 – 8:30 pm #3 Diet & Digestion
The harvest in fall may be slightly different depending on the habitat you are living in. Local harvest is one of the best ways to connect to the plants, veggies and fruits that are appropriate as much for the animals as for the humans where they live. There are some great tips to adjust how we cook this harvest, that will help to create a healthy microbiome that will nourish and provide immunity from fall fallout!
Tuesday, October 6th
7:30 – 8:30 pm #4 Ashtanga Yoga practice with attention to the qualities of Fall
The wind can bring great benefit to our asana practice if we have the tools to balance the strong tendencies toward light, dry, cold, mobile, rough and clear. These qualities are elevated in the fall and they are the same as Vata Dosha . Vata Dosha is an energy which creates all movements within our being. The movements can create havoc or great peace depending on our ability to balance the rising wind. There are three main ways of creating a balanced practice. In this session we will get on our mats and experience these balancing techniques to calm the winds and elevate peace.
Lisa Schrempp began her study of Yoga in 1990 when she graduated from the Sivananda method in Kerala India. She has teaching certificates from Jivamukti Yoga Center, Ashtanga Yoga, Richard Freeman, and has also studied AyurYoga a combination of the traditional yoga postures with emphasis in therapy for constitutional body types. In 1998, Lisa moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico to study Ayurveda with Dr. Vasant Lad and began an Ashtanga program there. She taught daily until she relocated to Tucson, Arizona in 2002. She began a formal Ayurveda practice and taught healing practices from both sciences. In 2012 she founded Ashtanga Yoga Tucson.
With over 18 years of experience in Ayurveda, Lisa is a seasoned practitioner and has studied extensively with Dr. Vasant Lad, Dr. Sunil Joshi, Dr Anil Kumar and Dr. Robert Svoboda. In addition, she holds a Yoga Therapy Certificate from B.K.S. Iyengar which was granted in 1996. Lisa is extremely grateful to her teachers and their teachers for passing on the sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda.
Lisa will be available for private consultations while she is in Paris.
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