First feedback on the Introduction to Ayurveda course received. This is the first of a series of online courses on health and wellbeing based on Ayurvedic teachings that are on-demand so can be taken at a time to suit you.
Find out a little more about Ayurveda and how closer connections with the natural world can help us maintain and gain better health. Info and guidance also on the natural home remedies blog.
"For me the knowledge of the history and the combination of the yoga and mindfulness appeal because you have a complete package so to speak. For me their has to be something that makes ourselves tick and it makes sense to me that we are in a way different and we all have these elements within us which are natural and were born with.
I intend to look into this way of eating and living life because its common sense, well that's how I see it. Its not complicated , its practical . I also intend to complete the dosha forms and find out what makes me tick and why sometimes I feel a low mood
I have loved watching and reading this course and would reccomend friends who are interested in this introduction. to be honest it has fired me up and a certainly would like to know more and what courses there are avaliable ."
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Julie Anne is a mental health speaker offering CPD accredited workshops on trauma and diversity. Her interest in natural home remedies and healthy living and a holistic approach to physical, mental and emotional wellbeing led her to study Ayurveda and gain the Diploma in Ayurveda with distinction in January 2020. She is now a registered holistic therapist with strategies for improving mindset to overcome anxiety, stress and trauma triggers and manage symptoms.