In Ayurveda, it is recognised that foods have different qualities, tastes, and energies. It is important to combine foods well so that we promote digestion, absorption and assimilation, rather than hinder it, leading to toxins (ama) and disease. It is also essential to understand your rate of digestion, and the quality of your digestion to make wise pranic food choices, looking at both cooked and raw food diets.
What you will learn
Through this two day experiential cooking course you will learn how Ayurveda looks at the whole being, including the body, mind, and spirit.
Join Versha Narotam to learn how to effectively cook ayurvedic meals, how to affect change in yourself, family and clients, understand the wisdom of Ayurveda and Western medicine through holistic pranic nutrition and the best way to absorb prana from food.
Versha Narotam has been in the field of healing, coaching and nutrition for over 12 years, with qualifications in counselling, coaching, Ayurveda, and other healing modalities. Her focus is on helping women reclaim their feminine essence by uniquely interweaving eastern and western practices. She is also very passionate about Ayurveda, the ancient healing system of India, particularly on how nutrition, herbs and lifestyle can balance the mind and body, and thus bring about lasting benefits and transformation.