Ayurvedic Fall Cleanse Workshop

                 Instructor:  Robert MessickSpices

                Saturday, October 3

                10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

                Tuition: $45

 

 

Learn how to reclaim vibrant health, wellness, and mental clarity!

Following the rhythms of nature and change of seasons, learn how to detoxify the body and mind with safe Ayurvedic practices, including a tasty mono-diet, to burn toxin-accumulating fat, while cleansing the blood, lymphatic system, and liver.

If you experience one or more of the following symptoms, your lymph system may have become sluggish and in need of an Ayurvedic Fall Cleanse:

Allergies  Breast swelling or tenderness  Sore throat
Rashes  Headaches  Chronic colds
Itching Skin Swelling around the abdomen  Weak Immunity
Swollen hands or feet  Cellulite Constipation
Water retention Breast lumps  Cold hands and feet
PMS  Fibroid tumors  Fatigue and lack of mental clarity
Breast swelling or tenderness Ovarian cysts Sore feet in the morning
Headaches  Joint pain that moves around the body

Like the animals in nature, we can only thrive and reach our full potential if we follow nature’s cycles, eat seasonally, live in harmony with nature, and cleanse regularly. With a detoxifying Ayurvedic spring cleanse, we reset our digestive system, reduce cravings, and establish healthy eating habits, while moving toward optimal health, well-being, and clarity of mind, and bringing our body and mind into balance and alignment with nature.

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Robert Messick, who began his yoga practice at age 15, is a credentialed 500 hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, a Yoga Nidra Facilitator, certified through Amrit Yoga Institute, and an Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist, certified through Himalayan Institute. Robert also received advanced teacher training in Yin Yoga from world-renowned Yin Yoga teacher Biff Mithoefer. Incorporating Ayurveda in his classes, Robert provides his students the tools to understand and follow the natural rhythms of nature, leading them toward optimal health and well-being, while building a yoga practice of core strength, flexibility, balance, acceptance, compassion, peace, and serenity.