Tues 25th
Sathyavathi Sathyanarayanan (Sashi)
Teachings from the Manuscripts of Ayurveda

Welcome to the third July talk in our series of summer health and healing evenings.
Often, people express themselves from within their bodies, reflecting a sense of something not feeling right. All the scans, blood work, and tests come back normal, but yet the sense of unrest within the body prevails. They don’t feel right. Would it then be enough to have perfect blood pressure, blood reports, and scans to be called healthy? What is it that is actually healthy? Is it possible to understand perfect health and also achieve it?

Ayur-veda, the science of life, as it is generally translated, has been present for millennia within all the creatures on this planet, including us humans. As generations of humans kept traversing this planet, this wisdom kept growing distant. Over 5000 years ago, this wisdom was inscribed on ancient palm leaves in the Indian subcontinent to preserve it, after which it was passed down orally for generations.

These Ayurvedic texts are essentially a manual for understanding the self and living a life in sync with the rhythms of nature and the body. The five elements that constitute the Universe, as understood within Ayurvedic wisdom, help us understand ourselves better and thus our health too.

During this talk, we will explore some of this wisdom, particularly identifying the major root causes of imbalances within the body. We will try to understand conscious eating practises, a balanced diet from the Ayurvedic perspective, and how Ayurveda can help you create a healthy relationship with food and your body.

Vd. Sathyavathi S. (aka Sashi), B.A.M.S., PGDMLE.

Sashi is an Ayurvedic Doctor and Ayurvedic Life Coach. And she is trained in Ayurveda in the traditional way as well as in Western medicine. In addition to this, Sashi brings you knowledge from studying under some of the most eminent Vaidyas (Āyurvedā practitioners) in the field, including (Late) Vaidya Ratnam, Dr. K.S. Viswanatha Sarma, Chennai; (Late) Dr. Narayan Patwardhan, Mumbai; and Dr. Devchand Gala, Mumbai.

Sashi has been helping people achieve their holistic health goals using a comprehensive approach that comprises personalised diet and lifestyle practises, controlled fasting, therapeutic yogā, viddha karma, agni karma, and marma therapy. She also treats people with minimal use of medications and, where necessary, panchakarmā treatments.

Sashi’s passion for Ayurveda has led her to conduct webinars and workshops for audiences across the globe, including the United States, Canada, India, the United Kingdom, and other European countries. Along with that, she has offered several talks for different audiences and has been hosting various Ayurvedic retreats. These workshops, talks, and retreats allow her to share the life-changing benefits that you can enjoy with the proper knowledge of the ancient and thorough science of Āyurvedā.

Combining an astute knowledge of Āyurvedā with a congenial personality and a phenomenal capacity for empathy, she has been guiding people to the holistic wellness of the body and mind.

Sashi runs a very popular clinic in Glastonbury and Bristol. For anyone interested in health, this evening is a must.

Abbey House, Chilkwell Street, Glastonbury BA6 8DH.
Doors open at 6.30pm for start at 7pm.

Tickets are £8 (£7 concs.), available in advance from Man, Myth & Magik or on the door, subject to spaces. Seating is limited for what is likely to be a well-attended evening, and we strongly recommend booking ahead if possible.

Parking: Please park in one of the nearby parking areas rather than the Abbey House car park, if possible. The area at the house is reserved for Abbey staff and those with disabilities / those who have cause to find walking very far a challenge. Please take care on entering and exiting the Abbey House car park as it is a sharp turn onto Chilkwell Street with no initial pavement.

If you are unsure about any of the above, please email us and ask. 🙂 info@glastonburyplg.com


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