Ayurveda. Classical Indian Dance. Yoga.
In our modern world our eyes are overworked these days. With constant exposure to blue light from screens (phone, computers and television) which can speed up the aging process of our eyes, causing dryness, inflammation and/or puffiness. Thankfully there are several natural techniques that have been passed down through generations to cultivate balance and increase overall eye health.
Good eye care leads to clear healthy vision.
I am thrilled to offer you this unique 2 hour workshop where you will learn ways to reduce strain and tension in eyes and face through Ayurveda (1hr), Indian Classical Dance (dristhis 30 mins) & Yoga (30 mins).
about your teachers…
Dr. Padmini’s traditional approach towards health is inspired by her teachers. She began her practice in the villages of Madurai, Tamil Nadu before she moved to Mysore 2007. She has been a practicing Doctor of Ayurveda for 15 years.
Sindhu Kiran is an accomplished artist of Odissi dance in Mysore and holds a Masters Degree in Yoga Studies. Kannu Saadhakam or the Eye Excercise were developed in southern India as a lesson to master eye movements of art forms while strengthening the nerves and muscles in and around the eyes. Tara Mitra has been a practitioner of yoga for over 17 years specialising in Ashtanga Yoga & Yoga Therapy under the T. Krishnamacharya lineage.
We are honored to share these ancient teachings with you.
Saturday 4:00pm-6:15pm CET