Using Ayurveda to Discover Your Mind/Body Type




Kasey Claytor, a Chopra Center Certified Instructor, is offering a 90-minute workshop on Discovering Your Mind/Body Type based on Ayurveda, the ancient health system of India. The workshop will be held on Saturday, September 9, at 10 a.m., in the Osprey Conference Room in Titusville.

The class is a good stand-alone talk to explain Ayurveda and how to apply this knowledge, but it’s also a preview of the five-session, in-depth course Claytor will be offering later this year.

A questionnaire will be handed out at the September workshop so attendees can learn what their constitution is and how it affects everything in life. It will help participants learn how to create vibrant, resilient health for their mind/body type.

People often wonder why some have digestive issues, some gain weight easily, and others are prone to rashes and irritability. Or why some people are quick talking and creative, while others are intense and convincing, and still others are warm and nurturing. "This workshop will help you understand what makes you the particular way you are and what your tendencies, vulnerabilities, and strengths are,” states Claytor.

For more information, see KaseyClaytor.com/events, call 321-383-4005, or email osprey@cfl.rr.com. Location: Osprey Conference Room, 918 South Washington Ave, Titusville. Cost: Donation basis.

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