Ayurvedic Nourishment for Autumn
May 16 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pmA$170
Ayurveda is a healing tradition, originating from India, dating back over 5,000 years. This holistic science gives much importance to nutrition, and not just what you eat, but how you eat.
Autumn is a season of deficiency and change. When the temperature starts to drop, the body scrambles to protect itself from heat loss. Nourishing foods, especially soups, seem all the more enticing while offering the added benefits of refortifying deficient tissue and thickening the skin, thus insulating your body from the cold. In Ayurveda, nourishing foods are called ojas building foods. For example….. Ojas building, nourishing foods for autumn include root vegetables such as carrots and beets and hard “winter” squash like pumpkins and butternut squash as well as ghee and almonds.
Head Chef and Owner, Ronit Robbaz is also an integrative nutrition Health Coach. Her approach to nourishing meal preparation, coupled with her passion for flavour and using local, quality ingredients makes for an extraordinary cooking workshop. You won’t want to miss this one!
Open Table, 111 Lagoon Drive Myocum, NSW 24821
Classes are held in our fully equipped commercial Myocum kitchen. We are able to accommodate up to 8-10 people, which makes this a fantastic opportunity for groups of friends or colleagues.
Workshops cost $170 GST included per class. This is transferable but non-refundable.