Antje Hope Yoga

Ayurveda & Yoga Workshops


Intro to Ayurveda & how to create Health in your life  2 hour 


Ayurvedic medicine evolved in India about 5000 years ago, and is considered to be the world's oldest healthcare system. It is named for the Sanskrit word Ayurveda, meaning the "science of life."
 Ayurvedic medicine is entirely holistic. Its adherents strive to create harmony between the body, mind, and spirit, maintaining that this balance prevents illness, treats acute conditions, and contributes to a long and healthy life.  Ayurveda views each person as unique with individual needs. We may all be human but we have slightly different physiologies and emotional tendencies. Ayurveda teaches that for this reason, each person's path toward optimal health is also unique. 
In this workshop you will learn : 
What is Ayurveda  
What are the principle roles of Ayurveda 
What is health
What are the 3 fundamental causes of disease
The primordial cause of disease
What dose Prakruti mean 
What does Vikruti mean
Ayurveda Spring practices to support your heath
Kappa  pacifying Yoga practice 

Please contact iron Epic Yoga Studio to register or email them 

Introduction to the Doshas - How does my Dosha affect my health and choices  - 2hours 

What are the qualities of  Vata-Pitta-Kapha

How does Vata, Pitta and Kapha contribute to misuse of the 5 senses?

What are there foremost grimes agains wisdom ?

What effect does this have regarding Parinama?

Ayurveda and Aromatherapy  2 hours 

Introduction to Aromatherapy 

What oils are beneficial for my current state 

What oils are beneficial for my prakruti

We will learn to make your own salt scrub infused with oils to balance your vikruti 

We will learn how to make your own massage oil infused with oils to balance your prakruti

What oils can help me during the season 

Yoga to support my prakruti - 2.5 hours  

Each of us has a unique balance of the 5 Elements and 3 Doshas and this balance is called our constitution. The 3 doshas are the fundamental biological energies governing the functions of the body and mind and are called vatta, pitta and kapha. Knowledege of our constitution is fundamnetal for staying healthy . 

 Find out your tendencies and your prakruti, and learn what Yoga practice you benefit from, which poses can help bring balance to your life and wellbeing and health . This workshop will include a 30 min practice for each Dosha.

Ayurveda Spring Vinyasa Yoga

In Ayurveda, the spring season is a time when the Kapha dosha (composed of Earth and Water elements) moves into the Pitta dosha phase (composed of the Fire and Water elements). During this transition time in March through May, nature is melting and releasing energy into plants, trees, and humans. It’s an important time to cleanse and detoxify, make new intentions, and plant seeds to ensure this vital energy is focused toward your future crops, creative projects and dreams. In this workshop we will talk about the Doshas and you can find out more about your Ayurvedic constitution we will follow with a spring seasonal vinyasa class including traditional cleansing postures to reduce inflammation around the digestive organs and abdomen, breathing techniques to cleanse the lungs, twisting for detoxification, and intensive work in the inner and outer legs where earth and water elements may have accumulated over the winter.

Twists to support you 

The disease pathway 

Ama, Ojas and Tejas

How does time affect my health