Ganjasana Presents: Ayurvedic Practices for Fall & Winter Wellness
You are a part of Nature and as a result, are affected by her doshas (dynamic characteristics and constitutions). Learn to take better care of yourself and feel balanced as you move through the seasons when you understand doshas and how they can affect you from within and from external sources. Achieve greater health and well-being by staying in harmony with the change in seasons and understanding what dosha is dominant, how to use the practices of yoga, meditation and mindfulness.
Learn how to give yourself a daily Ayurvedic self-massage, also known as an abhyanga, and design your daily routine. As you embrace the beauty of Nature’s bounty, reflect on your own connection to Nature and move in harmony with her rhythms as the seasons change.
About the instructor:
Honoring plant spirit medicine as founder of Ganjasana: Cannabis Yoga Ceremonies and School, Rachael is a curandera healer, teacher, and activist farmer based in Colorado. She is a conduit for awakening messages from the natural world, a “steward of the medicine,” and roots her practices in the ethics of permaculture - earth care, people care, fair share. She believes in holding space for practitioners to cultivate and deepen safe, harmonious plant medicine relationships for transformation and healing. She aims to raise awareness of indigenous wisdom to unite holistically and regenerate soil, body and mind. Rachael embodies her work in the mountains where she mindfully grows regenerative living organic cannabis, dogs, worms, and soil; and offers healing retreats, courses, and yoga teacher trainings.