Creating A Life of Balance with Kendall Inman
Where: Windhorse Yoga Studio
When: Saturday, February 27th, 2016
Time: 10am - 12pm (soup & kitchari lunch after)
Cost: $25 for workshop (includes lunch)
What's it about? We know that awareness and knowledge is the key to making effective change. Using ancient wisdom from the Ayurveda Tradition, we will learn and practice tools to assist us in accessing our current state of being in the world. We will all take a personal, easy and practical assessment that will give us valuable and useful information on aspects of lifestyle, diet, emotions, age, and environment. With that information we can address and discover easy, sustainable practices to restore us back to balance and vitality.
Join Kendall Inman on her annual trip to Windhorse Yoga Studio in Tyler. Homemade Chai Tea with sweets with be served and Kendall with bring her mobile Ayurvedic Boutique with all kinds of great goodies and products that we may need in our pursuit of a life of balance.
Kendall is certified
as a Professional Ayurvedic
Health Counselor by the
Himalayan Institute. If your current diet and lifestyle no longer
serve you and you are interested in understanding how you can align yourself
with the nature around you and your own true nature, you will want to
spend time with Kendall. She is kind and nurturing and masterful at helping
you uncover the ways in which your current lifestyle and habits no longer serve
you. Ayurveda looks at the whole person and provides tools to individualize
diet and lifestyle so that you may live the life you have always dreamed of and
be the person you really want to be: full of life, vitality, resilience and
The Windhorse is an ancient symbol of the boundless freedom and energy of our own intrinsic nature, and the fundamental perfection of all existence.
In the Shambhala teachings of warriorship, this life force is called windhorse (Tibetan: lungta). Lungta is the unlimited energy of basic goodness, inherent wakefulness. Basic goodness is the most fundamental secret in any situation—difficult or not—and it's something that we already possess. We connect with it through meditation practice. Every day we need to contemplate our own inherent wakefulness. Then we'll have the confidence to raise our windhorse and ride it through life with joy and delight.