welcome & namaste,
Today is Day Two of our Vata Season Immersion (More details below )
It's ever so important to calm the nervous system to help soothe vata elevation. One of the most powerful ways to do this is a regular and consistent daily practice of Nadi Shodhana. If you can, bring this pranayama in for 5 minutes every morning and watch your elevated vata symptoms slowly but surly lesson over time and consistency!
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You can join our Vata Season Immersion this November 22-26 or catch it anytime on this Playlist: YOUTUBE PLAYLIST
What is Vata? This ancient Sanskrit term describes the "dosha" that relates to the air element. Vata season can elevate this element within our selves which can lead to feelings of anxiety, nervousness, panic, fear, inconsistency. Feeling overwhelmed. It can cause light, interrupted sleep or insomnia which is one of the main focuses of this particular practice.
There are so many more wonderful grounding, calming and soothing practices to bring our vata back into balance and we are going to go into a deep dive into these tools from the Yoga & Ayurveda traditions over this 5-Day Immersion!
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past retreat guest
"Most of all I appreciated the way Ally and Tiina structured our time at the retreat. Every day felt like a new experience, though each day was anchored by early morning yoga -- yes, 6:30 am -- and afternoon restorative yoga. I loved doing yoga on the beach, loved the walk to the beach and walking along the beach. The food by Tao, the specially chosen chef, was wonderful. I enjoyed the nights we went to different local restaurants in Nosara."