Ayuryoga Wellness – The Art of Self-Care

Discover the ancient practices of yoga and Ayurveda in a new light. Far more than postures or self-care that feel good, these practices are meant to facilitate self-realization.

Led by Kavitha Chinnaiyan, MD and Aparna Khanolkar

Kerrytown Concert House, Ann Arbor
September 22, 2018
9:30am-2:30pm (with a break for lunch, 12-1pm)

Early Bird: $49 till September 1
September 2-21: $59
At the door: $65
Seats are limited to 50

Registration payment accepted through PayPal at kavitha@kavithamd.com

This session will explore:
– each asana of the well-known Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation) in depth,  opening to breath and body awareness.
– the fundamentals of Ayurvedic self-care
– meditation and pranayama

Enjoy classical Indian music at the beginning of the Festival!

Kavitha Chinnayian, MD: is an integrative cardiologist, tantrika and  award-winning author of Shakti Rising (New Harbinger, 2017) and The Heart of Wellness (Llewellyn, 2018). She has studied Sri Vidya, tantra, yoga, and Vedanta with teachers across the globe, and combines her cardiology expertise with Eastern wisdom teachings in her approach to  healing. Her workshops, courses and writings strive to bring these time-honored traditions to modern living in practical ways.
Find her on kavithamd.com

About Aparna Khanolkar: “Every living being is a unique blend of mind, body, and energy. As a human being, this blend is your personal imprint upon the world. This living, breathing organism called “you,” can thrive and live with passion, intensity and full engagement with life when you care deeply about your physical, mental and energetic well-being. The ancient yogis of India have spent thousands of years mastering the art and technologies of inner wellness, which directly benefits your physical and mental well-being. As an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselor, I guide my clients via Zoom online and in person using Vedic tools such as mantras, yoga, asana, Ayurvedic food and spiritual processes to support them in embodying high ideals both on the spiritual and physical realm.”