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ONLINE Why Am I So Tired?
Saturday, August 8, 2020 @ 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
WITH SARAH OTTO-COMBS
ONLINE: This workshop will take place via Zoom. Registrants will be sent a link at least an hour before the workshop.
Seven Signs that your Body is Toxic According to Āyurveda
Loss of appetite, body pain, anxiety, loss of libido, and low or no energy…
While you might think that mental disorders or physical injuries might cause these symptoms, there could be something lurking under the surface that you have never considered before: A clogged up body filled with icky, gooey toxins which we call āma.
Āma is the “sludge” or “goop” that accumulates in the body when food is not digested completely or when we fail to routinely cleanse our bodies. It describes the Āyurvedic word for “toxic buildup” that wreaks havoc on our bodies and minds when left unchecked, causing conditions from fatigue to more severe symptoms like rheumatoid arthritis.
In this workshop, Āyurvedic Practitioner Sarah Otto-Combs will teach participants:
• 7 major signs that point to an accumulation of āma
• Household remedies to bring balance
• Dietary adjustments to reduce toxic buildup
• Herbs that gently cleanse your body
• Simple foods to support your digestive fire
A self-proclaimed “total plant nerd”, Sarah Otto-Combs is a NAMA-certified Āyurvedic Practitioner, e-RYT 200 Āyuryoga instructor, and Founder of Siddha Labs. Sarah was inspired to help others on their journey to great health after her own tremendous transformation through Āyurveda. Years of suffering from health conditions that left her barely able to walk for weeks at a time led to relentless investigation into all things medicine and eventually to Āyurveda, the oldest medical science in the world. She completed her studies at the Āyurvedic Institute under the guidance of Dr. Vasant Lad, known throughout the West for his deeply spiritual insights into this profound science gained through 50+ years of teaching.
Sarah is known for seamlessly weaving the art of Ayurveda into a language and format Westerners can understand and is passionate about sharing its wisdom as tool for self-empowerment and growth. Please visit www.siddhalabs.com to learn more.