Digesting the Holidays

Feeling the discomfort of digestion that just isn’t working well: bloating, sluggishness, constipation or heart burn? Are you unsure of what to eat and how to find balance with your digestion? Many people struggle with various types of digestive upset and in Ayurveda, (the ancient East Indian science of medicine and lifestyle) digestion is key to complete health and wellbeing. Digestion is both mental and physical; one’s ability to process experiences, emotions and past traumas greatly effect the body and especially the stomach.

This holiday season learn the art of digestion where just a small shift in a thought pattern or an eating habit can change your health and happiness. Perhaps we can’t see in ourselves where the change needs to take place. That’s the time to listen, learn and then go inward to heal. Lets turn the concept of food around to view it as friend and medicine and not as an enemy. Let’s prepare our bodies to enjoy the warm abundance of comfort foods and family where we can eat the pumpkin pie and the yummy casserole without creating imbalance. Lets gather together, family and friends not with a sense of fear or dread, but with a sense of gratitude, calm and joy. Yes, why not! It is all possible using the profound science of Ayurveda and Kundalini Yoga.

Join Hari Simran Sunday, December 6th from 4pm to 6pm for “Digesting the Holidays”: An Ayurveda and Kundalini Yoga workshop. Learn simple and very practical tools to strengthen your digestion and relax your nerves. In the true spirit of the season offer yourself this gift to learn and understand your body and mind.
Bring in this New Year feeling clear, healthy and inspired!

With love and gratitude,
Hari Simran

Hari Simran is an Ayurvedic health practitioner and Kundalini Yoga teacher currently processing in Santa Monica, California.