Time & Location
Jun 02, 2021, 5:00 PM MDT – Jun 23, 2021, 6:15 PM MDT
About The Event
In Ayurveda, summer is the pitta season when we experience elevated heat both internally and externally. It’s important to focus on practices, routines and foods that have cooling qualities. Since yoga postures can increase and decrease heat, it’s important in the summertime to focus on the postures and practices that will soothe the fire element and consequently benefit liver function, improve digestion and increase calmness.
Join Jill Palmer, ERYT-500 Registered Yoga Teacher and Practitioner of Ayurveda, to cool, calm and soothe your being with this educational and fun series based on the ancient practices of Ayurveda, India’s natural medical science.
In this 4 week series we will:
- Practice Yoga and Pranayama that balance the internal heat of summer
- Discuss food and drinks tips that pacify summer heat in our bodies
- Learn routines that balance and cool us in the midst of a hot environment
Jill Palmer is an Ayurveda Wellness Counselor and E-RYT 500 Yoga Instructor. She practices Ayurveda online and began teaching with High Desert Yoga in 2010. Her training and experience in Ayurveda and Yoga have taken place in both India and New Mexico since 2001. She enjoys sharing these invaluable ancient and effective tools in a down to earth and relatable way for healing, balance and contentment as a lifestyle.
4 Wednesdays: June 2, 9, 16, and 23, 2021
Full series: $55
Individual classes: $18
Price includes 7.875% New Mexico gross receipts tax; 2.9% tranaction fee added at check-out.