Apr 17 2021


2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Pay what you can (Suggested $27)

Spring Refresh: Ayurvedic practices to restore and renew

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Spring is a time to clean out the closets, both literally and metaphorically. As we emerge from the dark and cold winter, we have the opportunity to create new rituals and routines that help us feel more balanced, healthy, and joyful. Ayurveda offers many cleansing and clearing rituals that are easy to incorporate and will support a healthier body and mind.


What We’ll Do:

We’ll explore simple Ayurvedic self-care rituals that help you to generate more energy and health in your body and mind. With breathing practices, self-massage, recipes, and energetic clearing practices, you’ll find you have more energy, stamina, and enjoyment this season. We’ll also move through a yoga practice to help clear stagnant energy.


Who This Workshop is For:

Anyone who wants to feel bright, clean, and healthy this Spring.


What You’ll Need:

-A journal and pen

-Comfortable clothes to practice yoga

-A mug of ginger tea or your favorite beverage.


When and Where:

Saturday April 17th, 2-4pm ET on Zoom, with a replay link available for 72 hours after the workshop. A recording of the workshop will be available indefinitely for Sangha Members on Patreon.

You’ll receive the Zoom link the morning of the workshop.

Bonus: Sign up before Monday, April 12th and you’ll receive a home-blended kapha-balancing tea!


About your Teacher:

Samantha Attard is the founder of Spiro Collective, where she uses yoga, meditation, Ayurveda, and modern nutrition to help women find their unique path to well-being in mind, body, and spirit. She is a Buffalo native and received her PhD in Nutrition at UNC Chapel Hill. Sam has been teaching yoga and Ayurveda since 2015. Learn more about Ayurveda and working with Sam one-on-one at, or check out her podcast, Happy Healthy Human Radio.



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