Contemporary Yoga and Amy Massey are excited to offer a new online programme, Ayurveda For Women’s Health.
“Ayurveda has been guiding my day to day for more than a decade now, bringing greater balance, nurture and delight – especially with kitchen healing! As a way of healing, Ayurveda has inspired Somama Yoga & Ayurveda’s offerings of care.
My work with women becoming mothers began shortly after the birth of my son, based on the traditions of Ayurvedic postpartum care and therapeutics of Yoga.”
For full details of the course, and for registration, please continue further down the page.
Total Hours: 10
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Ayurveda For Women’s Health
Preconception, Pregnancy and Postpartum
Ayurvedic principles add another layer of awareness and alchemy between modern science and time-honoured wisdom. Deepen your understanding of women’s health with insights from Ayurveda’s nourishing traditions of care. The course contains a myriad of modules, video presentations, pdf resources, many Ayurvedic recipes and more.
This Ayurvedic course is taught by Amy Massey, PGDipHSc. BHSc. Dip Ayurveda (see bio).
What is Ayurveda?
Introduction to Ayurveda
Understanding the five elements
Doshas and Gunas; Dhatus and Srotamsi
Embracing our seasons and cycles
Hormonal balance and reproductive health
Dinacharya and Rtucharya: Living life in rhythm and balance
Traditions of preconception care for conscious conception
Cultivating a state of receptivity with meditation, mantra and mudra
Nourishing our reproductive system and bodily tissues.
Ayurvedic perspective on fetal development and prenatal care
Interplay of doshas, koshas and vayus during pregnancy
Pillars of pregnancy care, sensory nourishment and self-care practices
Nurturing new mothers with traditions of postpartum care
Understanding postpartum as kaya kalpa
Baby’s constitution, connection and care
An introduction to Ayurvedic nutrition principles
Nourishing foods for preconception, pregnancy and postpartum
Delicious recipes and special focus on healing spices
The course also offers further resources:
- Recommended reading, titles for more on Ayurveda
- Further education programmes and practitioners of Ayurveda
- Sanskrit, a glossary
PGDipHSc. BHSc. Dip Ayurveda. Dip Yoga. Cert Kinesiology. Registered Natural Therapies Practitioner.
Ayurveda has been guiding my day to day for more than a decade now, bringing greater balance, nurture and delight – especially with kitchen healing! As a way of healing, Ayurveda has inspired Somama Yoga & Ayurveda’s offerings of care. My work with women becoming mothers began shortly after the birth of my son, based on the traditions of Ayurvedic postpartum care and therapeutics of Yoga.
I’d come to yoga some years earlier when, brimming with exuberance, I signed up to a series of (hot) yoga classes. I thought I was just signing up for an exercise class. On the floor in a sea of nausea and a sweat puddle one day, I met an unfamiliar experience of boundless sensation within and all around me. Entirely accidental, that little happening set me on a path of personal practice that led eventually to teaching. Imbued with qualities of joyfulness and compassion, my classes focus on supporting women’s wellness, fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum rejuvenation for Mums, bubs and tots.
In both Yoga and Ayurveda, I’ve found there exists an embodied invitation to deepen our connection with the world within us and the world around us - and I look forward to sharing more with you on the mat.
Amy’s Profile | somamaveda.com
Creating Calm in Changing Times with Ayurveda (with delicious Chai recipe)
Register for Ayurvedic Women’s Health
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