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Ayurveda Cooking Classes

In Ayurveda food plays a prominent role in promoting health and is therefore considered medicine.  Food nourishes not only the body but the mind and awareness as well. In Ayurveda food, drinks, and spices are categorized according to their taste (sweet, salty, sour, bitter, pungent and astringent), the energetic effect they have on the doshas, as well as their post-digestive effect on the tissues.

Many of the spices used in Ayurvedic cooking such as turmeric, ginger, cumin, fenugreek, coriander and cardamom  etc .are also  medicinal herbs used in Ayurvedic  Herbology. Cooking daily with those spices can greatly enhance digestion, absorption and assimilation of food, improve one’s appetite and elimination, nourish the internal organs and prevent doshic  imbalance.

Green Ayurveda cooking classes can provide great insight about which foods will suit and balance you according to your constitution, dosha imbalance, and season. Our Ayurvedic cuisine is unique for its emphasis on making sure each dish is cooked and spiced so as to achieve maximum digestibility to avoid the formation of toxins (which is a result of improperly digested food).

 

Green Ayurveda cooking classes includes

  • Learn how to choose foods for your constitution, emotional patterns, and environmental fluctuations.
  • You will learn a practical, simple way of cooking balancing foods.
  • Learn about the energetic effects of different foods
  •  The role of taste in Ayurveda, their effects on the doshas, and their actions on the body and mind.
  • Learn to choose a suitable diet to bring balance, harmony and health into your life, based on Ayurvedic principles and your body type.
  • Learn some of the basic concepts behind Ayurvedic cooking
  • The importance of agni (digestive fire) and taste for digestion
  • The qualities or attributes of food.
  • Six taste theory (shad rasa)
  • The importance of cooking with respect and love.
  • Learn the basic Ayurvedic concepts of Rasa (taste), Virya (action), Vipak (post digestive effect) and Prabhav (specific action) as applied to foods and spices.
  • Learn about the fundamental spices of an Ayurvedic kitchen.

 

Understand why certain eating habits can disturb your health by deranging the doshas, and much more!

 

Authentic Ayurvedic Freshly homemade Indian meals.             

£28

Enjoy delicious & tasty Ayurvedic foods with balanced nutrients and Indian spices. Our Ayurvedic food  are Holistic and Sattvik, that are pure and wholesome, low in fats and calories, easy to digest and give you maximum Prana – the life energy. After eating our ayurvedic food, you will satisfied and content, feel much lighter and energetic, your mind will be at ease, stomach will be quiet and your body will respond readily.