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Natural Awakenings Northwest Florida

Ayurvedic Self-Care Tips for Vibrant Living

Oct 06, 2016 03:03AM

Kathy Tabb

Ayurvedic health practitioner Kathy Tabb will teach a series of classes on Ayurveda and self-care at Navarre Living Yoga on four consecutive Thursdays, October 13 and 27 and November 3 and 10, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. “We’ll discuss simple things you can do daily to increase your health and wellness,” Tabb says. “Staying in balance, taking time for self-care and cultivating daily health routines can help us prevent burnout, sickness and illnesses borne from stress or a fast-paced lifestyle.”

Ayurveda is the healing side of yoga, she says. “Ayurveda is often called the science or knowledge of life. It’s is a complete mind-body-spirit approach to healing—the science of understanding who you are and your relationship to your environment.” The idea behind Ayurveda is that through proper balance and nourishment, it is possible to achieve perfect health, she says. “We are all unique, with our own idea of perfect health. Practicing Ayurveda can help you achieve your desire for ideal health and well-being in the body and in the mind.”

Tabb has trained with the California College of Ayurveda in Nevada City since 2012, completing three years of study via several on-site intensives and distant learning with master teachers, as well as a six-month internship. 

The cost is $40 for the four-class series or $12 per session. Navarre Living Yoga is located at 8162 Navarre Pkwy., Navarre, FL. For registration and more information, visit NavarreLivingYoga.com.

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