SEMINAR OUTLINE A lighthearted yet enlightening talk discovering that the principles of Ayurveda are already lively in our Awareness, and in all traditions around the world. Even in what our Grandmothers told us. Discover with Tim why the baritone burble of a hearty soup pacifies vata; why when dining out, the happiness of the chef is more important than the tantalizing menu; learn of the celebration of our individuality, ‘the dance of the doshas’
This is followed in the kitchen,‘cooking up a storm’. There is making ghee, several vegetarian dishes showing how to use spices (and their health benefits), the tricks of dhal making, and a very special tonic (rasayana) passed down to Tim by his teacher.
SPICE UP YOUR LIFE
Through jokes, talks and tales, you will LEARN things to act on NOW, both in and out the kitchen. And see, smell and taste many dishes created before you, and sometimes by you. With a handout of notes,tastings of the dishes, all the recipes, and some extras too.
Please email me if you are interested in joining or hosting a seminar. Tell me your region and I will contact you when there is enough interest. I will come to you, so tell your friends and contact me. Tim Mitchell
A WEEKEND of AYURVEDA and COOKING with TIM MITCHELL (International Presenter)
Friday evening. 6 - 9 pm Introduction to Ayurveda. What our Grandmothers told us and why it is still true. And the secret to perfect soup (and all meals) - the six nourishments and four textures. How to make ghee and yes, a bowl of perfect pumpkin soup and the recipe.
Saturday afternoon. 1 - 5 pm Agni. Our fire within (digestion) and the fire in the kitchen - how to stoke and maintain both. We will make ghee (the perfect food) and learn Tim's 'One and Only Dish' - his secret to endless variety in the kitchen, and to true nourishment of the body. Tastings of dishes and recipes to try at home.
Sunday afternoon. 1 - 5 pm Celebrating our individuality, 'The Dance of the Dosha's', and keeping in step, and off the toes, of Mother Nature - Rhythms, cycles and seasons. We will learn some home remedies, make some fresh cheese and a special rasayana ( a rejuvenative tonic) passed down to him from his teacher. More tastings and recipes for home.
$250 all inclusive (all 3 sessions including talks, tastings and very comprehensive handout).
SYDNEY. May 3-5 2013
Fri 3 May 6-9pm (3hrs) Sat 4 May 1-5 pm (4 hrs) Sun 5 May 1-5 pm (4 hrs)
The Intuitive Well 70 Bronte Road Bondi Junction
Bookings: The Intuitive Well 02 9387 8777 email@example.com
AYURVEDA SEMINARS IN EUROPE
Digestion, the key to Transformation.
Understanding our digestive system and see the signs of imbalance before they become symptoms of disease. Ayurveda sees the body as it is, as indivisible whole conscious thing, not as a lot of bits that have been stuck together. Every part of it expresses the whole.
Our food must be transformed to be accepted by the body. If any of this process is upset in any way, then the tissues are like hungry babies, they cry out. Quietly at first and increasingly louder if still hungry until the noise fills the whole house (the body) and the neighbours too (our close ones). If we respond to the first cries, it is easy to fix.
Digestion does not occur just in the GI track but at all levels of the tissues. Each level of them gives symptoms which we can learn to recognise and respond to. Understanding digestion as a whole body process we see how we transform the world into us.
Come and gain an insight into Ayurveda's Wisdom of Transformation and move towards our natural state of health: acceptance, compassion and vitality are the symptoms of health. We will learn some practical daily routines towards this and some home kitchen remedies as well. Dates:
Tim Mitchell is a gifted Ayurvedic Chef and teacher of Yoga and Vedic Meditation. He has incorporated this simple yet profound meditation technique in his varied lifestyle of world sailing, boatbuilding, chef and happy wanderer for over thirty years. He shares this in his personal instruction Australia wide. Tim has been studying Ayurveda for over twenty years, both here and in India, and has run Ayurvedic Cooking Classes around Australia and in Sydney with Dr Shaun Matthews over the last 18 years. He brings a warmth and presence in his sharing of stories and tales while inspiring us back to the kitchen with joy. His dishes are colourful, delicious and easy to prepare. www.meditationwithtim.com