Sharing Yoga & Ayurveda in Boston and Beyond.
Ayurveda Boston with Kate O'Donnell
Looking ahead, I am posting the spring cleanse dates for those who are pre-planning. I highly recommend getting this on your calendar now, so you are sure to have the time for relaxing into spring cleaning. One's schedule can get filled up before you have begun paying attention. Preparation may the most important part of seasonal cleaning.
Launch meeting at Down Under Yoga Brookline,
April 12, 130-330
On-line forum and 9-day cleanse: April 18-26th.
A light cleanse at the junctures of fall and spring is recommended by classical Ayurveda as a preventative measure to ensure good health all year long.
Looking to book an Ayurvedic Consultation?
As I put time into the creation of educational media, such as The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook (to be published by Shambhala Nov 11th), and the coming launch of a new website and blog this spring- I am keeping a reduced appointment schedule. I am not taking any new clients until April, but existing clients may inquire about follow-ups and pre-cleanse consults. Please write to me for a referral if you would like to get started sooner.
Please visit my calendar to find a time, and email me to book it.
And find more information about cost, special packages, and what happens at a consultation here.
Looking to learn about meditation or develop an awareness practice?
Buddhist Meditation group with Rich Ray | Monday nights 6-7PM | The Church at 67 Newbury Street, enter at Naga Gallery
Yoga for Winter
Please excuse the lack on information on the site. Expect a winter update in January.
Practicing at home? 6 Bucks will get you an MP3 of my guided meditation so you can get your Ayurveda on.
Deep Winter Treat
The warming qualities of raw honey and sweet spices mix with the fats and proteins of almonds at the time of year we need them most.
1/4 cup raw honey
1/4 cup raw almond butter
1/4 cup rolled oats
1/2 tsp sweet spice mix (see resource page)
Put all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and mash together with a fork until thoroughly blended. It takes a little elbow grease.
Form balls by rolling 2 tsp of batter between your hands. Keep in the fridge or eat immediately.
Check the Resources page for more recipes.
Winter Diet Tips:
This explains the lack of newsletters and new recipes lately. It will be worth the wait.