Food culture is one of the most important components of the yoga system. Without this yoga will incomplete and won’t give the proper therapeutic effect on the human body.
Yoga and healthy eating – two inseparable concepts.
Yoga diet offers an alternative: a pleasant and healthy food that fully complies with the true needs of body and soul. It gives the harmony and unity of needs and desires, food which our body really needs.
Yoga diet does not call to sacrifice pleasures — on the contrary, it opens them in a new, unknown side.
Add more flavor to your life!
The program of the seminar:
The concept of yoga
The concept of health. The secrets of health and longevity
Understanding the types of health ( physical, psychological, mental, intellectual, spiritual health).
The concept of energy-informational structure of man. The energy centers in the human body,
Food and its properties.
Energy-information (EI) characteristics of food.
The principles of yoga diet. The principles of healthy eating. Regulation
various characteristics of EI structures of the human being through food.
Feeding habits depending on the time, place and circumstances.
Features of healthy eating during intense practices
The concept of taste and nutrition.
The types of products and food. Levels of awareness in the choice of food.
Cleansing the body through nutrition. Healthy food as a cure-all.
Principles of cooking in yoga. Yoga cooking. Spices and their use.
Morning, afternoon and evening meals.
At the end of the workshop You will:
– get basic knowledge on healthy nutrition tailored to the individual Constitution;
– learn how to regulate your physical condition with the help of cooking
-learn what natural products can replace chemical, refined and GMO foods
-learn how to satisfy the tastes of every person depending on their individual Constitution
-learn what cooking tools you can diversify the meals, even from a very modest set of products;
– learn how to use yoga diet to make your yoga practice more effective.
-anyone who is interested in nutrition, particularly in connection with the practice of yoga;
-those who want to understand the basic principles of adequate nutrition and build up individual diet.