Apr 24-26, 2015 Spring Cleanse

Ayurveda Spring Cleanse Retreat

In this weekend workshop we will do a food-based cleanse to stimulate the removal of stagnant physical and emotional energy/toxins accumulated over the winter months. Cleansing with the seasons helps to strengthen our digestive fire. It resets our internal clock to support our immune system, calm our mind and restore a youthful radiance.

The workshop will include:

  • gentle yoga
  • meditation
  • lectures
  • cooking demonstrations
  • daily meals (gluten-free and soy-free; we will be cooking with ghee)
  • VIP gift bags with sample products donated from local businesses

There will be optional “at home” cleanse assignments which will further enhance your cleanse experience and reduce stress. Tips will be provided to help maintain this rejuvenated feeling beyond the weekend class.

This course is suitable for anyone seeking improved physical, mental and spiritual health. No prior yoga/meditation/ayurveda experience required.

Where:   Santa Monica College, Bundy Campus Room #123
                3171 South Bundy Avenue, Santa Monica, CA  90405
Time:     Friday 6:30-9:30pm, Saturday (10am -6pm), Sunday (10am-6pm)
Tuition: $249 + $50 materials fee (includes daily organic breakfasts, lunches, dinners, herbal teas, etc.)
Register: Call Santa Monica College at: 310-434-3400 / class ID is 51929  or online here.

Lois Leonhardi is a Certified Ayurveda Practitioner, educator and author of “Eat Well, Be Well: Ayurveda Cooking for Healthy Living”. She trained under Dr. Lad at the Ayurvedic Institute in New Mexico and in Pune, India. She has over 20 years experience in holistic studies including ayurveda, yoga and Buddhism. By following the ancient practice of integrating yoga with ayurveda, she will help you achieve balance in your modern life.

Feeling unbalanced? Schedule you personal concierge wellness consultation with Lois at 310-310-0408.


Disclaimer: The information in this workshop is not for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem. Consult with your health care professional before making dietary changes especially if you are pregnant or if you suspect you have a health problem.

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