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Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine, describes the spring season as predominantly Kapha (water and earth elements). It’s a vulnerable time. In spring, as the earth thaws, accumulated Kapha starts to melt, resulting in colds, coughs, allergies, and other respiratory disorders. Join Cindy for a detoxing Yoga class designed to wring out the Kapha that has accumulated in your system during winter. You’ll also learn Ayurvedic tips to keep your digestive fire strong during this season of rebirth.
ALL ARE WELCOME.
Cindy Vannoy, E-RYT 500. Teaching since 2006, Cindy is continuously inspired by the transformative nature of Yoga to affect change and promote health on many different levels. She is an internationally registered Yin Yoga Teacher, and a nationally registered E-RYT 500 Yoga Alliance Instructor holding both 500 hour Embodyoga and 200 hour YogaWorks Certifications. A Yoga of Recovery Counselor, Cindy was instrumental in developing the Yoga program at High Watch Recovery Center in Kent, CT. She holds advanced teacher certifications in Yoga of the Heart for Cardiac and Cancer Care, Restorative Yoga, Chakra Yoga, and Ayurveda. Cindy is a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists. beautyofbeing.com