2014-03-26

Art of Wholesome Eating - Ayurveda Cooking Workshop - APRIL 11 - 14

Make sure you don't miss this very unique 4-day Ayurvedic cooking workshop coming up next month!

DATES:  April 11 to 14.
Online registration: click here
Fee: $300

SRI SRI AYURVEDA
WORKSHOPS TO SUPPORT
THOSE WHO WISH TO CULTIVATE
GOOD HEALTH AND A JOYFUL APPROACH
TO LIFE, USING SIMPLE & EFFECTIVE TOOLS




The Art of Wholesome Eating is an empowering course bursting with knowledge from the lively ayurvedic tradition! It offers specific tools for your own constitution and kindles the fun of effortlessly cooking with energizing nutritious ingredients from around the globe.



This program of six lessons is designed to help those who are interested in changing to a vegetarian diet incorporating an approach from the Ayurvedic system of health care.

     The course will address many issues of diet, teaching how to recognize our own imbalances and to be able to help correct through appropriate food.

      There are many questions asked by people new to this approach to health including: where will I find my protein? What about vitamin content? Will I have enough energy?

     Ayurveda recognizes that each of us is unique with different needs. Changes of life style or habits should be taken gently without stress to ensure longterm comfort.

     Each lesson will be 2 1/2 to 3 hours long and is structured to introduce the basic concepts of Ayurveda by a systematic approach throughout the course.

     Linking into these principles there will be a practical demonstration on different food topics, using cooked and raw foods.


THE ART OF WHOLESOME EATING
COURSE OUTLINE



Session 1 :
Theory : 1 1/2 hour
Introduction to the course
     Subject : What  is Ayurveda?          
The Origins of Ayurveda
Its medical standing in today’s world
A background to the different body types
The influence of the mind
Cooking : 1 hour
Breakfast         
Raw and cooked breakfasts    
Delicious milk substitutes
The importance of flax seed
in a vegetarian diet


Session 2 :
Theory : 1 hour
Subject : The qualities of the five
elements and the three doshas
Cooking : 1 1/2  hour
Soups
What is a soup?
Demonstration of a raw and a cooked soup
Soups for different body types and seasons


Session 3 :
Theory : 1 hour
Subject : The Gunas and food.
How does food affects the mind?
Cooking : 1 1/2 hour
Vegetables & grains
Quick and easy balanced dishes
Live food vegetable dish
Using spices for balancing the 3 Doshas


Session 4 :
Theory : 1 1/2 hour
Subject : How our system
becomes unbalanced
Cooking : 1 hour
Salads
Salad dressings 
Wilting greens for digestible salads
Compound salads
Sprouting and its importance

Session  5 :  
Theory : 1  1/4 hour
                                       Subject : The six tastes                                     
Balancing the 6 tastes to feel satisfied
How the 6 tastes affect the mind
Cooking : 1 1/4 hour
Proteins
Ayurveda’s view on proteins
Proteins and acidity
Good sources of vegetarian proteins
Innovative raw & cooked protein dishes
  The value of seaweed

Session 6 :
Theory  : 1 1/2 hour
Subject : The process of dis-ease

The process of digestion

Improper food combinations
Cooking :  1hour
Sweets and Puddings
Alternative sugar free sweets




Sri Sri Ayurveda Institute

13 chemin de l’Infinité
Saint-Mathieu-du-Parc
G0X 1N0 Québec
Tel: (819) 540 4638

info@srisriayurveda.ca

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