Ayurveda Through Tea and Food Aug 24th

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AYURVEDA

आयुर्वेद

Ayurveda is Sanskrit for “the knowledge of life or daily living.” It’s a lifestyle. Food is medicine as well as nourishment. According to Ayurveda, every person is made up of five elements: space, air, fire, water, and earth. These elements combine to form the three Doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. Discover your Dosha, sample Dosha-specific teas and foods, and meet other Ayurvedic fans.

(This event will feature a tasting menu, so for a full meal, come early for dinner!)

Here’s what’s on the menu for the evening:

Vatta (Air) – Ocean Wisdom herbal tea, Orange Ginger herbal tea, tofu curry
Kapha (earth) – Yerba Mate, Kukicha, fresh seasonal salad
Pitta (Fire) – Chilled Lychee black tea, Schizandra herbal tea, tofu curry
Tri-dosha – Masala Chai, halloumi kebab, fruit plate samples

This event will be hosted by Nimisha Ambati, local Ayurvedic expert and founder of Club Dine In!. Nimisha built her practice on the foundation that our health is driven by our lifestyle choices. Incorporating the ancient wisdom of seasonality, relationships, fitness and diet into her daily routine, Nimisha strives to teach her community to follow a modern Ayurvedic lifestyle. https://clubdinein.wordpress.com/

Attendance is limited to 20 people, so purchase your ticket now!
Tickets: http://bit.ly/ayurved

 

 

Picture from Google Images

 

See pictures from past events at Samovar here.

One thought on “Ayurveda Through Tea and Food Aug 24th

  1. Pingback: Farmer’s Market Find: Ranunculus, Tulips, and Asparagus | Club Dine In!

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