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Ayurveda Workshop 2015

Where

01-02B Horse City, 100 Turf Club Road, Singapore SG 287992
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Type of Event

  • Workshop

Levels

When

Jan 18
2014
08:30 amto12:00 pm

Date: 18.01.2015 Sunday

Time: 3.30pm-7pm

Fee: $150

Venue: 01-02B Horse City, 100 Turf Club Road

Call us at (+65) 90902257 to register

Exploring Ayurveda
for Health & Wellbeing

Join us in an exploration of the foundations of Ayurveda with visiting
practitioner and author Kumudini Shoba. Discover how through understanding
your own nature you can create a life of balance health and happiness to
express your inner self and achieve your fullest potential in life.

Kumudini Shoba, M. Sc., is an experienced Ayurveda practitioner and master
herbalist. She comes from a traditional Ayurveda-healing family in Sri
Lanka and is a distinguished graduate in both Western science and
Ayurveda. A gifted teacher, Kumudini, imparts Ayurveda’s ancient healing
wisdom, with Western herbal traditions and a deep understanding of human
psychology and spiritual development. Kumudini resides and teaches in
Seattle.

Price

$150

Full Description

Date: 18.01.2015 Sunday

Time: 3.30pm-7pm

Fee: $150

Venue: 01-02B Horse City, 100 Turf Club Road

Call us at (+65) 90902257 to register

Exploring Ayurveda
for Health & Wellbeing

Join us in an exploration of the foundations of Ayurveda with visiting
practitioner and author Kumudini Shoba. Discover how through understanding
your own nature you can create a life of balance health and happiness to
express your inner self and achieve your fullest potential in life.

Kumudini Shoba, M. Sc., is an experienced Ayurveda practitioner and master
herbalist. She comes from a traditional Ayurveda-healing family in Sri
Lanka and is a distinguished graduate in both Western science and
Ayurveda. A gifted teacher, Kumudini, imparts Ayurveda’s ancient healing
wisdom, with Western herbal traditions and a deep understanding of human
psychology and spiritual development. Kumudini resides and teaches in
Seattle.