Subtle Shifts for Big Impact
How Daily Routine Enhances Our Health | Free Webinar
October 3, 2020
10:00 am to 12:30 pm PT
Creating a rhythm of the day provides a supportive foundation for our creative nature, gives our body the assurance we will support its needs, and can counteract the mental tendencies of spinning-out into fear, confusion, or lack of direction.
- Feeling a bit scattered, uncertain or anxious?
- Not sleeping well through the night?
- Waking up tired?
- Experiencing an energy slump a few hours after lunch?
As we move away from our natural rhythms, these tendencies can creep up. The uncertainties that COVID-19 has further pressed upon us, such as working from home and navigating social distancing, has brought a little imbalance to us all.
In this free webinar we will discuss the different cycles that influence us in a big way including daily, seasonal and lunar cycles and how to make subtle adjustments to align with these cycles that will have a big impact on our health and wellness.
Learn the top three (3) tricks from Ayurveda that will enhance your health, happiness and bring routine back into your life.
* Please note this session may be recorded though participant audio and video will not be shared publicly.
Meet Your Instructor
Jyoti Natasha Samson
CYA-RYT 200; Ay. HC;
Jyoti is a graduate of the SSCY Yoga Teacher Training (200 hr) and teaches public, corporate, and private classes in the lower mainland. She also teaches at the Centre’s Yoga Getaways and retreats and is on faculty for the annual SSCY Yoga Teacher Training (200 hr).
Jyoti furthered her studies and obtained her Ayurveda Health Counselor Diploma at the Mount Madonna Institute College of Ayurveda under prominent Ayurveda physicians; Dr. Vassant Lad, Dr. John Doulliard, Dr. Sarita Shrestha, Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar among others. She completed her Ayurveda Massage Treatment Program under the guidance of Dr. Jaisri Lambert. Jyoti teaches Ayurveda at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and offers private Ayurveda Consultations and Body Treatments/Massage. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Dharma Sara Satsang Society.
To discover more about Jyoti visit NourishYouFirst.ca