Introduction to Ayurvedic Cooking COOK2
Introduction to Ayurvedic Cooking
- Lauren Mitchell-Dailey
- Wednesday 6:15 PM - 8:15 PM
Ayurveda is a 5,000 yr. old practice considered to be one of the oldest forms of preventative medicine and healthcare. Digestion & nutrition are a foundation of this ancient system and it is believed that maintaining a proper dietary balance leads to longevity and disease prevention. Learn about this powerful practice to support the body and mind through each season. We will cook a seasonally inspired Kitchari; an Ayurvedic dish which is said to remove toxins from the body, along with ghee, cranberry chutney, and a cup of digestive tea. This meal is vegetarian. All offerings are gluten free.
BIO: Lauren is a Cooking Instructor, Ayurvedic Wellness Coach, and 500 hour Registered Yoga Instructor. Lauren has spent time training and teaching with a variety of renowned instructors in New York City, India, Hawaii, and across New England. Before bringing her private business back to Connecticut, Lauren worked at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health which is one of the largest non-profits for yoga and holistic health in the country. Lauren offers public classes, workshops, and private instruction for clients looking to deepen their understanding of yoga, meditation, and Ayurveda (which supports healthy diet and lifestyle habits). With an approachable and calming presence, Lauren strives to make her classes relatable and inspiring. She strongly believes in creating experiences where all students, no matter their experience or background, find a benefit for their unique lifestyle. Lauren’s website is Fillupyourcup.org.
Materials Fee: $25.00
Due to instructor the first night of class Exact change please.
Bring an apron if you'd like.
- Class Fee $35.00
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