Dr Zaida Rivene Chiropractor, Naturopath, Gerson Practitioner

Ayurvedic Balance and Ayurvedic cooking: Join Balance the Art of Living, by October 9th and receive R200 off; join Ayurvedic Cooking by October 15th, get R50 off. 

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Balance the Art of Living – October 11-13th 3PM Friday to 2PM Sunday

Balance, the Art of Living

Spring is here and your body demands a new balance the Art of Living.

Ayurveda considers the spring one of the most important times to keep the body balanced. In Balance the Art of Living Course on October 11-13th: You’ll receive a complete Ayurvedic pulse examination to pinpoint your long term dosha and the current state of your dosha imbalances. The organs and systems that can use help at this time. You will then receive an individualized treatment plan to restore balance and develop a lifestyle that supports your dosha (constitution). Learn the tastes and foods that support and hinder your dosha, lifestyle practices, yoga, meditation and other approaches to maintain your balance. See the article on desk.

Sign up for this course Balance the Art of Living (read more) before October 9th and receive R200 off. Don’t delay reserve your spot now, call Jim Montrose, Ayurvedic Health Consultant at 071 959 -0786. Make 2019 the year you evolve and expand to honor your true self. Live in harmony with your body type, the foods, activities, and lifestyle to restore and maintain your unique state of vibrant balance and health.

Ayurvedic Cooking (Balance your Food) – October 19th 9AM to 5PM Saturday

Ayurvedic Cooking

Eat the Food that Balances your bodies constitution for Vitality

 

  • Learn to cook the foods that balance your constitution (dosha)
  • Use the tastes that balance your dosha and avoid the ones that imbalance it.
  • Discover how to use spices for flavor and variety
  • How to reduce unbalancing effects of food with herbs
  • Cook with the seasons and the climate for balance
  • Make an elegant lunch and dinner with your newfound skills
  • The food is the first step to creating balance and harmony with your dosha

Discover how to support your natural eating desires for improved digestion, well-being, and health join us for this enjoyable day seminar and thrive!

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Jim Montrose, Ayurvedic Health Counsellor

MSEE, MBA, Ayurvedic Counsellor, Vegetarian Chef, Rebirther, Yoga Therapy and Black Belt Karate.

Director of the Red Roan Ranch retreat programs. Jim trained with the leading US Ayurvedic master, Dr. David Frawley in Ayurvedic self-care and rejuvenation. He has also had coursework and training from Dr. Chopra, Dr. Lad, Mukunda Stiles and other top teachers and Yoga masters. With a strong interest in nutrition and healthy cooking for over forty six years, Jim has written two cookbooks on Healthy Vegetarian cooking and Raw Food Preparation. A master at Gerson Cooking and Real Plant Based Foods and cooking. “I love introducing people to tasty and filling vegetarian food.”

Can’t attend now, learn more by perusing some of our articles on balance. Get started with your Unique Body Type  and kitchari reset.

Stay balanced and healthy,

Jim Montrose

Ayurvedic Health Consultant

071 959 0786

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PS Make 2019 the year you evolve and expand to your true self with Ayurvedic Balance and Ayurvedic Cooking. Join the new Balance the Art of Living (October 11-13th) and/or Ayurvedic Cooking seminar to learn how to live in harmony with your body type (Dosha). Balance is the first step giving you the tools to choose the best foods, activities, and lifestyle to restore and maintain your unique state of vibrant balance and health. Food is the first and most useful tool to create your Balance as you eat. Learn more now! Sign up for Balance the Art of Living by October 9th and receive R200 off. Sign up for Ayurvedic Cooking by October 15th and get R50 off.

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From the N2 (Cape Town towards George) Take the first Swellendam exit (left). This is the R60. Proceed (1km+) through the 4 way stop and continue approximately 2-3 km and look for a sign for the Hermitage. Make a hard right (270 degrees). After the turn continue about 200 meters and turn left at first road (dirt). Proceed 300 meters and turn left into Red Roan Ranch and go to bottom of hill (the main house).

(Coming from George to Cape Town) Take the third exit (R60) right. Proceed (1km+) through the 4 way stop and continue approximately 2-3 km and look for a sign for the Hermitage. Make a hard right (270 degrees). After the turn continue about 200 meters and turn left at first road (dirt).  Proceed 300 meters and turn left into Red Roan Ranch and go to bottom of hill (the main house).

GPS:  S34 degrees 01.367 minutes, E020 degrees 25.193 minutes. Note most GPS units (Garmin, etc.) have the wrong coordinates for Red Roan Ranch.

Call if you have trouble 071 959 0786 or 083 290 1283