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As we grow older, our body tends to gain more weight and it can be quite challenging to lose the unwanted fat. Ayurveda distinctly draws a difference between weight loss and weight management. According to Ayurveda a person’s individual body type (Prakruti), lifestyle, diet, age, time of day, season etc all play a major role in health and disease including weight gain. As such there is no “one-solution-fits-all.” Furthermore, Ayurveda states that one of the main causes of unwanted stubborn fat is due to low metabolism (agni) and if your metabolism is low, calorie count would be ineffective for weight loss or management. In this regard, Ayurveda teaches how obtain optimum digestion for weight maintenance.
Ayurveda, known as the “Science of Life”, is a System of Medicine developed in India thousands of years ago with keen insights into the human mind and body. It offers strategies and techniques for both prevention and treatment of various ailments including weight loss and maintenance. By understanding your bodily constitution (individual body type) and digestion based on Ayurvedic principles you will be able to assess the type of food that is suitable for your weight loss program. Even though this holistic system originated in India thousands of years ago, its wisdom on diet, lifestyle and holistic health is universal and timeless. Ayurveda offers a comprehensive study of the effects of food and lifestyle on one’s mind, body and soul.
Key Takeaways at this Workshop
Your will learn:
how Ayurveda weight loss is different from conventional weight loss
Ayurvedic concept of Vata Pitta and Kapha and its application for individual body type
identify your individual body type (Prakriti) and understand why calorie count does not apply
why a “one-solution-fits-all” will not work
how to use the power of digestion to lose weight
why weight loss is a short term solution while weight maintenance is a long term solution
the principles of how you can maintain your weight after losing it
how to overcome craving and desire for unhealthy food
You will also learn a special recipe for weight loss
Morning and Afternoon Tea-breaks shall be provided.
Ms Vasanthi Pillay is the Founder and Director of Yoga Ayurveda Institute. She is also the Founder and President of the Ayurveda Association of Singapore (AAOS) and Director of Innergy Ayurveda and Yoga Pte Ltd. She has delivered numerous public talks, workshops and trainings on Yoga and Ayurveda in Asia including Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore and India, as well as in Australia. Vasanthi spends considerable time in Taiwan training doctors and nurses of Chang Bing Show Chuan Memorial Hospital, Chang Chung Memorial Hospital and Nanhua University. She also presents papers to Ayurveda Conferences on evidence based Ayurveda and Yoga.
She also holds a Bachelor of Arts (NUS) majoring in Philosophy; Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (SIM); and Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (UNSW, Australia).