We’ll explore using the tools of Yoga and Ayurveda to develop self-care routines that support a woman’s health after the age of 35.
- 3 Saturdays in Summer from 10am-12pm
- June 25, July 23, August 27 at the PAC Center in Swarthmore, PA
Find out more about your dosha, or personal constitution, and learn new (but ancient) ways to manage your current imbalances.
Expect to do gentle yoga, breathing exercises, and guided relaxations tailored to harmonize with the summer season.
Get acquainted with the subtle anatomy of the chakra and kosha systems.
Find fellowship within the communal support of the group while sharing an Ayurvedic drink and snack.
Bring a yoga mat, yoga blocks, and pillow. Chairs are available if sitting is preferred.
Ayurveda means “science of life,” and is a 3,000 year old system of living originating in India that focuses on preventing dis-ease by living in alignment with one’s personal constitution, the seasons, and one’s phase of life.
Bio: Ann MacMullan, E-RYT 500 Yoga Therapist Candidate, and Breath Coach has been joyfully sharing the gift of yoga since 2015. A native of Swarthmore, Ann has 150 hours of training in Ayurveda and has completed Women’s Health and Hormones through Dr. Claudia Welch.