In an Ayurvedic Fall Rejuvenation, the idea is to nourish yourself deeply, on all levels, for a designated period of time. This deep nourishment allows your body to repair, regenerate, and revitalize all of your organs, tissues, and systems—including your mental, emotional, and spiritual state of being.
An Ayurvedic rejuvenation is typically conducted over 1-3 days, and includes a supportive daily routine, rejuvenative foods and teas, and nourishing yoga and relaxation practices. The process allows a release of excess heat from the summer, and builds reserves for the upcoming winter season. You can expect the rejuvenation process to be soothing, sweet, grounding, and enjoyable.
In this workshop, you will learn about all the aspects of a Fall Rejuvenation, taste test foods and teas, and be able to determine the right approach for your constitution (dosha). We'll close our time with a Fall Rejuvenation Asana practice to release heat, and restore the nervous system. At the conclusion of the workshop, you'll have the tools to conduct a rejuvenation for yourself at home.
Improves strength, energy, and vitality
Promotes courage, confidence, and success
Slows the aging process
Promotes cellular intelligence
Brings balance, awareness, joy, and clarity into one’s life and relationships
Sunday, October 21st: 1pm-4pm and our restorative class following at 4:30pm-6:00pm
$60 if registered by 10/10; $75 after
- price includes restorative class on Sunday, October 21st and Fall Rejuvenation E-Book to Guide You at Home
Sarah Guglielmi is a professional educator in the fields of yoga and ayurveda. A former engineer, she was drawn to yoga 15 years ago looking for relief from chronic stress. Sarah not only regained her health, but discovered a deeper dimension to life she finds rich and inspiring. Her overarching intention is to make the transformative power of yoga and ayurveda accessible to her students.
Sarah has served on the faculty of the Himalayan Institute for the past 10 years. She has taught numerous workshops on yoga practice, yoga philosophy, subtle energetics, and ayurvedic lifestyle. She travels nationally as a teacher trainer for the Himalayan Institute’s Yoga and Ayurveda Professional Certification programs. Sarah currently resides in Buffalo, NY, where she serves on the faculty of the Himalayan Institute of Buffalo and Daemen College.