Ayurvedapalooza with Lorilee Gillmore, May 19-21, 2023
Join Lorilee for a weekend retreat in Olympia, Wa.
Investment of $375
Register HERE

Schedule as follows:
Friday 5:30-6:45 Vata Pacifying Yoga Class

6:45-8:30 Intro to Ayurveda- We will dive into the five great elements, their qualities, and how when blended they manifest as the doshas called Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. We will learn how to manage the doshas to experience balance and well-being.

8:30-9:00 Yoga Nidra


9:00-10:15 Pitta Pacifying Yoga Class

10:15-12:15 Farmers Market Field Trip

12:30-2:30 Kitchari Cooking Class and Lunch

3:00-5:00 Dinacharya: Daily Rituals for Health and Vitality

Dinacharya is the Ayurvedic term for a daily lifestyle/routine. It is considered the “Ultimate Preventive Medicine”. Daily practices are the foundation of a healthy body and a peaceful mind. Ayurvedic daily practices increase vitality, boost the immune system, calm the mind, improve sleep, and slow down the aging process.


10:30-11:45 Kapha Pacifying Yoga

12:00-2:00 Poha with Curry Potatoes and Optional Eggs Brunch

2:00-4:00 Kitchen Rx: How to Use Your Spice Cabinet as an Ayurvedic Pharmacy

We will explore consciousness in food, how to set up your ayurvedic kitchen, and dive into the medicinal properties of spices that you most likely have in your kitchen cabinet. We will learn which can prevent and heal ailments ranging from physical pain to indigestion and itching to headaches.

Monday-Lorilee will be available for 1-hour appointments for $90- at co-housing.

If you would like to only attend studio classes prices are as follows:
Friday night session $45
Saturday & Sunday yoga classes are $20 each
These can be registered for as workshops via True Self Yoga.

Ayurveda, a branch of Vedic Science, literally means “the science of life” and it originated in India as the traditional healing system over 5,000 years ago. Considered one of the oldest forms of medicine, this ancient science works as both preventative & curative medicine, combining daily self-care, healthy diet, yoga and a natural lifestyle as a means to acquire optimal health.

Ayurveda is the fundamental root of traditional Chinese Medicine and even the Buddha, himself, utilized Ayurvedic remedies. In India today, there are Ayurvedic medical schools training physicians in internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, toxicology & gerontology.

What makes Ayurveda practical is that it is not necessary to attend Ayurvedic medical school in order to understand or implement Ayurvedic knowledge into your daily life. According to Ayurveda, we create our state of health based on how we interact with our environment. By making choices that support our inner nature we can live harmoniously and in balance.

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