WHAT'S YOUR DOSHA BABY?
ARYUVEDIC COOKING AND PRACTICES TO NOURISH THE SOUL
with Sonia Tigero
Date: THE JULY AND AUGUST CLASSES HAVE BEEN CANCELED.
Time: 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Place: Unity on the Bay - Cameron House (see Campus Map)
Suggested Spiritual Investment: $35 per class (Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted in class)
Pre-Registration: Yes (click the "Register for this Class" button below and complete the form)
Important Note: There is a materials fee of $30 per class. This does not include the Suggested Spiritual Investment of $35. THE JULY AND AUGUST CLASSES HAVE BEEN CANCELED.
Vedic Chef & Ayurvedic Practitioner, Sonia Tigero, brings her expertise and passion for healing through Sattvic practices to this three part monthly series which includes practical instruction in Ayurvedic practices. In this series of three classes you will learn to prepare meals to make your Dosha happy, simple ways to detox your body and mind through recipes and home remedies, and routine practices of meal planning, exercise, self massage, and meditation. You will walk away from this experience fully nourished in every way. Each class will cover:
- What's your Dosha Baby? Meals to make your Dosha happy including recipes, herbs and oils.
- "You Can’t Dye a Dirty Cloth "Simple way to detox you body and your mind recipes and home remedies, nurturing the temple of your soul and meals to fulfill your soul and nurturing your body and teas for calming.
- Routine Software Installation Including Meals, Exercises, Self massage, meditation to improve your life.
I am a Vedic chef and Ayurveda practitioner, and my name is Sonia Tigero. I graduated with honors from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Miami, and became a private chef. Teaching and enriching my own culinary expertise led me to consider encompassing all aspects in the art of food preparation: from delighting the palate to learning recipes for diverse traditional dishes and from intentional nutrition to cleansing the body for spiritual practice. The wisdom of the Ayurveda teachings inspired me profoundly, and after developing a successful Ayurvedic practice, my teacher found a special name for me: “Annapurna”. It is Sanskrit for “one who cooks like a goddess with special energy and loving care.”