Ayurveda & Daily Rhythms: What a 5000+ year old health system can teach us about living well today [Free event, Brighton]
This interactive talk is for anyone curious about Ayurveda and how daily habits can promote, or detract from, our wellbeing. In collaboration with Free University Brighton.
Date: Sat April 14th 2018
Time: 11.00 am - 12.30 pm
Venue: The Learning Resource Centre at the City Clean Depot, Upper Hollingdean Road, Brighton BN1 7GA
Did you know that our organs operate according to a clock? That’s right, everything from your liver to your skin has a clock! There’s a whole field of biology called chronobiology that is the study of the effect of day-night cycles on the human organism. Yet thousands of years ago, Ayurveda established the importance of alignment with the cycles of nature for human wellbeing, and how elements of nature uniquely combine in each person to shape their mind-body. Understanding these aspects and living accordingly can help us to thrive now and give ourselves the best chance of writing ourselves out of the story of hereditary and life-style related disease. Come learn more at this interactive event and leave with some actionable wisdom you can apply to your own life.
Shumaisa Khan coaches people in integrating daily habits from Ayurveda, leads workshops on culinary herbalism, nature connection, ecosocial (permaculture) design, and teaches the Edible Campus module at Brighton University.
Click here for more info and to book your place. The event is free, but spaces are limited, so book to guarantee your place.
Facebook Event page