Yogaveda @ Peopl Every Tuesday at 6pm
390 Notre Dame West, Old Montreal, H2Y 1T9
*Ayurvedic health tips, tea & snacks with Karla *60 min yoga class with Paul Broomfield *live DJ Jojoflores EVERY Tuesday night 6:00 – 7:30 pm starting Jan. 15th 2013
Unwind at the end of the day with a weekly guest yoga instructor to open your heart, calm your mind and nourish your spirit. Top off your practice with an Ayurvedic snack and tea to suit your unique dosha. Learn something new as you allow the wisdom of Ayurveda guide you towards better health and renewed vitality.
Paul Broomfield, yoga instructor – http://paulbroomfield.com/
Karla Gómez, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Lifestyle and Nutrition Coach
lunaveda.com / email@example.com / 514.513.6899
Jojo Flores, International DJ, Creative Director Boutique Club Peopl. jojoflores.com
ClubPeopl.com: 390 Notre Dame Ouest / entrance on corner of Ste. Helene though the glass doors.
Metro Square Victoria and / or plenty of metered parking available
Drop in class: 25$ / 5 weeks :120$ / 10 weeks : 225$
***please be sure to bring your mat, a hoodie and a small blanket or towel to cover yourselves for savasana. On the sampler menu this week: lemongrass. mint and ginger tea, spinach and potato soup spiced with garam masala 🙂 yum!
Please confirm your presence 🙂 Hope to see you there! ♥
I used Mr. Emoto’s example of water crystals for my mini Ayurveda mantra workshop on Tuesday, as it reflects the idea that words and sounds affect us deeply on a cellular level.
Mantras are sounds/words we chant or silently recite in our minds. It is for a specific reason and intention with which we chose our mantra or create one; to heal or strengthen as a whole or specific areas within us, we also use mantras to realign ourselves.
These very words we use and think of on a daily basis, that inspire or deprive us of a healthy mind sets the tone for our mental, physical and emotional bodies, as well as affecting others we meet in the course of our day. This is where some may think the glass is half full or half empty, this is where we blossom or shrivel. We must be responsible for the words we share amongst ourselves, taking care to cherish one another and not be careless with our tones and attitudes and ill chosen words due to any discontent in our private lives. So, be wary and chose your words wisely for one day you might be the one that needs an uplifting kind word or two, or in need of a lovely melody or sound.
The practice of a mantra brings balance to a hectic life, it is grounding yet uplifting, if you have never tried to meditate or use a mantra there is no time better than the present. It de-stresses you, empowers you, enhances your consciousness… try it you be the judge ♥