Learn how to incorporate a healthy, wholesome *sattvic diet to nourish your body, mind and soul! Ayurveda is a sister science to Yoga and its knowledge is indispensable to a Yogic Lifestyle. An important aspect of Ayurveda is learning how to cook and eat in accordance to your constitution/dosha.
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A Yogic Diet & Ayurvedic Cooking Class
Monday & Tuesday, 2nd & 3rd December 2019
10.00 am to 12.00 pm
Early Bird (by 18 Oct 2019): RM 150 for 1 session, RM 650 for 5 sessions
Regular Fee: RM 165 for 1 session, RM 700 for 5 sessions.
*Lunch included for all the above
To register, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Spots are limited to 10 pax.
In this Cooking Course you will learn how to:
• Cook vegetarian *sattvic meals based on Ayurvedic principles to include the 6 rasas (tastes), food combining and eating in accordance to your dosha/constitution.
• Sprout, ferment, temper.
• Use herbs, spices, super grains and healthy fats.
• Make delicious drinks, snacks, chutneys, side dishes, main courses and deserts.
• Learn how to include ingredients such as Moringa Olifero, Cumin, Coriander seeds, Cinnamon,Cloves, Cardamon, Turmeric, Peppercorn, Cayenne Pepper, Mint, Fresh Coriander, Coconut, Curry leaves, Legumes, Lentils, Indian Cottage cheese,Spinach, Beetroot, Chickpea flour, Dates, Tamarind, Lemon grass, lime leaf, Thai ginger, fenugreek leaves and seeds into your cooking!
*According to Ayurveda a sattvic diet consists of light, soothing, easily digested food. Sattvic signifies the etheric qualities and includes foods such as fruits and vegetables, especially sun foods and ground foods. Sattvic foods include foods which do not agitate your stomach at all. According to the diet, the best foods are those that are fresh, have a balance of all the six tastes and are consumed in moderate portions. Sattvic foods comprise the diet of many sages, yogis, and spiritual teachers. These foods are supposed to produce calmness and nobility among men.
A satvic diet, is the best diet for physical strength, a good mind, good health, and longevity. It calms and purifies the mind, enabling it to function at its maximum potential. A Sattvic diet leads to true health: a peaceful mind in control of a fit body, with a balanced flow of energy between them.
Each 2 hour session will comprise learning how to cook a whole complete meal, using natural ingredients. Being a series of 5 sessions, it is important for one to attend the full course in order to get the full benefits of studying the principles and art of Ayurvedic cooking.