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Ayurvedic Cookery, Yoga and Meditation Day

at Ashurst Mc Dermott Village hall.
( 15 minutes drive from Forest Row East Sussex )

Sunday 2nd September at 09:00 am to 2:30 pm

We are thrilled to welcome you to our day devoted to yoga and the discovery of nutrition according to the principles of Ayurveda (the traditional Indian “science of life”).

We propose a profoundly nourishing experience aimed at maximizing your vitality through the practice of yoga and the preparation and eating of food that is both delicious and that respects the fundamental nature of each individual.


£50 per person, £ 80 per couples, which include a Personal Ayurvedic Consultation to discover your unique physical, mental and emotional constitution.( Prakruti ), a Yoga session, a Seasonal Ayurvedic Cooking class, Ayurvedic Drinks, and Meditation.

About Siddhartha

Siddhartha grew up in Patagonia South America.
At the tender age of 18 he became a borderless globe trotter and has since never looked back. After living and working in several countries in South America and Europe and still in his mid-twenties his travels took him to the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India. It was during this time in the Himalayas, studying ancient yogic philosophy, pranayama, meditation, asana, music, vedanta and self knowledge, that his eyes were opened to the wonderful teachings of Ayurveda.

During his travels in remote India he became very ill and was treated by an Ayurvedic Vidya (doctor) with no less than miraculous results. This compelled him to dive into the studies of Ayurvedic therapies and Ayurvedic Nutrition with Dr Domar Sing Madariya at the Danvantary College of Ayurveda, and was awarded the title of Ayurvedic Nutritionist.
Siddhartha qualified as a Yoga Therapist at the Mahashakti School of Yoga, in the tradition of Swami Sivananda and furthered his studies at the Iyengar Institute in Madia Vale London.

His teacher Alaric Newcombe, a direct disciple of Mr BKS Iyengar, and his teachings clearly reflect this beautiful and authentic lineage of Yoga.

For bookings and more info please call Siddhartha on (contact info blocked)

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