Come along to an evening of meditation, Ayurveda, cooking and community!
By using the wisdom of Ayurveda, known as 'the science of life', we explore, learn, practice and then come to experientially understand the relationship of food to our mind, body and spirit.
5:30pm - Arrive
5:40pm - Doors close for silent group meditation
6pm- Cooking workshop begins
8pm - We feast!
8:30pm - Wrap up
We start the class with a silent 20 minute meditation to get in the 'right frame of mind' to cook. Ayurveda says the most important part of preparing a meal is the consciousness state of the cook... happy present cook = happy life-giving food!
After our minds and bodies have settled into a relaxed state, we dive into creating a nourishing meal together while learning about spices, digestion, food combinations, flavour and all the life-giving tips embodied in the wisdom of Ayurevda. We use only the best fresh, organic, seasonal food and there's a big emphasis on cooking with love and awareness, because you want to enjoy the nourishing of yourself! In each class we cook a different recipe so you can come back and keep exploring ways of creating taste-sensations for everyday of the week.
To wrap up the class, we come together and share in the meal we have made; tasting, appreciating and enjoying the simple things in life - food, community and stories. You then get a take-home recipe so you can re-create the meal and see how easy it is to nourish yourself through fresh, wholesome and love-filled cooking.
Our homestlye Ayurvedic menu:
pink pepper and pistachio dukkah
fresh coconut milk
Spaces are limited to 10 people and includes a seasonal organic meal, take-home recipe and community hang out.
I’ll also have homemade organic ghee and spice mixes you can purchase on the morning to start your new Ayurvedic kitchen.
If you do not have a meditation practice, i suggest to download the 1giant mind app on your phone (its free) and bring a pair of head phones so you can join us in the meditation.
See you there!
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