First of all: What is Ayurveda?
Fwd: A Solstice Center Special Announcement
Colorama (Colorado Ayurvedic Medical Association): A Weekend With Vasant Lad
From April 29 through May 1 COLORAMA, the Colorado Ayurvedic Medical Association will host well known Ayurvedic teacher and healer, Vasant Dattatray Lad, BAM&S, MSc., who will facilitate several talks and workshops throughout the weekend.
Everybody is welcome— no knowledge is required for Friday and Saturday events, which include:
— Ayurveda, the Science of Longevity: Secrets for a Long and Vital Life
— The Reunion of Yoga & Ayurveda
— Integrative & Ayurvedic Approaches to Cancer
— a Master’s Class covering special topics for practitioner and student members.
— plus, a special Kirtan with Vasant Lad, Alandi Mandali, Scott and Shanti Medina and Vinata Gangolli. Open to All, 6pm Saturday night at the Solstice Center.
This is Kirtan:
These talks/events are open to all levels of student, from beginner to advanced, and are suitable for anyone wishing to deepen their exploration of Ayurveda.
The weekend is a joint fundraiser to equip the hospital in India and to protect and promote the interest of participants, educators and practitioners of Ayurveda in the State of Colorado.
Registration is recommended, but tickets will be available at the door.
or e-mail: colorama.events[at]gmail[dot]com
or contact: David at 970-389-6251 for more information.
Born on planet Earth, David Telfer McConaghay has since wandered across its surface in search of something which, when found, kindly insists that he continue searching. His immediate family lives in Minneapolis, MN, though he also feels at home in Washington D.C.; Grass Valley, CA; Bogotá, Colombia; and now, almost Boulder, CO. He completed his B.A. in English & Creative Writing at The George Washington University in 2008. Experiences at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm are the primary source of any yogic inspiration David aka Sri Nivasa may express. He plays on Facebook HERE and can be followed on Twitter HERE