It’s a New Year and a Fresh Start
If you are feeling heavy, lethargic and just plain exhausted after the holidays, you are not alone.
Join us to kick start a year of healthy eating and lifestyle routines.
This Seminar has been cancelled
During the Healthy You Resolution Challenge, you will learn how to omit foods that are not ideal for you while simultaneously introducing foods that are beneficial. We will also dive into lifestyle habits and discover which ones may be holding you back and exchange them for better ones allowing you to reach your highest potential.
By using basic ayurvedic concepts and exchanging a not so good habit/food for a better habit/food, leads to lasting changes and the entire experience is more enjoyable and successful. Even with this method, changing lifestyle and eating patterns can be challenging which is why we provide accountability and support from experienced Ayurvedic Practitioners.
During the Healthy You Resolution Challenge we will meet via Zoom as a group. These meetings are an opportunity for you to learn from one another and form relationships as you share your experiences. Participation in group meetings is essential for fostering an environment that is both supportive and engaging.
If you need additional support, you can schedule an appointment with an Ayurvedic Practitioner through CCA.
Weekly topics include ayurvedic food groups, eliminating toxins, lifestyle management, building energy and more!
Ayurvedic Practitioners will be guiding discussions on lifestyle, food and eating habits.
- Week 1 – Set up to three goals for the week. This includes bringing in foods that are healthy for you and eliminating foods that are unhealthy.
Discussion about food groups, guidelines for healthy eating and ama.
- Week 2 – Set up to three goals for the week. This includes bringing in foods that are healthy for you and eliminating foods that are unhealthy.
Discussion about Nidanas and lifestyle management.
- Week 3 – Set up to three goals for the week. This includes bringing in foods that are healthy for you and eliminating foods that are unhealthy.
Discussion about Ojas and Wrap up.
Recommended herbal formulations may be purchased for $60.65 plus shipping. This includes a Digestive Churna and Elimination Capsules.
Connection and Community
Changing lifestyle and eating patterns is hard which is why we provide accountability and support from experienced Ayurvedic Practitioners.
During the Healthy You Resolution Challenge we will meet via Zoom as a group. These meetings are an opportunity for you to learn from one another and form relationships as you share your experiences. If you need additional support, you can schedule an appointment with an Ayurvedic Practitioner through CCA.
Dates & Times:
Dr. Bobby Takhar, Ay.D. and Kelsey Page, Ay.D.
$349 (A $150 deposit to register will be applied towards the full fee)
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