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with Anna & Justyna

Saturday 25th November  | 4-7pm

Conscious Dublin, Dublin 7

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““When vata is in balance, you think clearly, move easily and are very flexible. If vata becomes disturbed, you experience muscle cramping, all types of pain and paralysis, tics, fear and anxiety. Because it’s so light and subtle, vata is the dosha which most easily goes out of balance.”


Tiffany Shelton

In a world filled with constant stress and anxiety, finding inner calm and balance is essential for our overall well-being.

Discover the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda and the transformative power of Yoga in our 3-hour workshop, "Harmony Within: Ayurveda and Yoga for Balancing the Nervous System."


This workshop is a holistic journey to understand, nourish, and rejuvenate your nervous system, the core of your physical and emotional health. You will be guided through the Ayurvedic principles for balancing the nervous system and Vata dosha, experience some Ayurvedic rituals and immerse in yoga practice specially designed for you to achieve a state of balance and harmony.

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In Ayurveda, the holistic medicine from India, the Vata dosha is one of the three fundamental energies that govern the human body and mind. It is often called as the queen of doshas because it is closely connected to the nervous system, controlling all the movements happening in the body & mind. When Vata is in balance, it contributes to mental clarity, creativity, resilience, good sleep and energy. However, imbalance of Vata can lead to disruptions in the nervous system, causing symptoms like anxiety, intrusive thoughts, restlessness, insomnia, digestive distress and even neurological disorders.


The nervous system plays a role in almost everything we do. It consists of the brain, spinal cord and a network of nerves. It is responsible for pretty much all the functions in our body. 

When we practice yoga asana (yoga postures), pranayama (breathwork) and meditation, we are soothing our nervous system reducing the "fight or flight" response and moving into the "rest and digest" nervous state which promotes well-being, a sense of safety, clarity and connection. 

In this workshop we are going to look at various ways of balancing Vata dosha through food, herbs, daily rituals, marma massage, lifestyle, breathwork and yoga asanas in order to build resources that help us stay regulated, connected and safe. 


In this workshop, we will explore: 

  • What is Vata dosha in Ayurveda and how it manifests in the body and the mind

  • What is the function of the nervous system 

  • yogic techniques such as breathwork, specific asanas (yoga postures) as well as rhythm of the practice to soothe our nervous system, balance the Vata dosha 

  • Ayurvedic practices to balance Vata including foods, teas, and Facial marma massage 

  • Importance of rest and slowing down  

  • Relaxation with sound / Yoga Nidra

We trust that after this workshop, you will have a better understanding of your body, how it functions and also the possible imbalances that you might encounter in your daily life. We also feel confident that after this workshop you will be able to incorporate some of the tools into your daily routine and feel empowered to take more intentional actions that balances your Vata dosha and the nervous system.


  • Your own mat, cushion and a blanket to stay warm 

  • Wear comfortable clothes

  • A journal for taking notes and writing down reflections

  • An open mind 

  • Yourself as you are!  


  • The functions of the Nervous System

  • Discover Vata dosha: explain how Vata dosha manifests in the body and the mind, its functions, imbalances and what causes imbalances and what to do to bring it back to balance 

  • Yoga and breathwork for balancing Vata 

  • Short break with Vata balancing tea (made of ajwain, cinamon, cardamom and ginger) 

  • Facial marma massage to boost calm & relaxation

  • Relaxation with sound


Conscious Dublin,  Guns Business Park, Unit 2 Royal Canal Bank, Phibsborough, D07 R52H



Saturday, 25th November




€60 per person


Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word "yuj" meaning "to join", "to yoke", to "unite". Yoga aims to help us reach union between the body and the mind. 

We can practise yoga on several levels including yoga asana (physical postures), pranayama (breathing techniques), meditation as well as ethical guidelines for interacting with yourself and others. 

Practising yoga impacts our physical, mental and emotional well-being. Yoga has a positive impact on the functioning of all the organs in our body and all of the systems in our body. It also calms the mind and helps us develop more self-awareness and self-knowledge. Yoga can also serve us as a spiritual practice and a path to connecting to the devine/higher self/ universal consciousness.   


Ayurveda is one of the oldest and time-tested medical systems that views each person as an individual with a unique body & mind constitution. It originates from India and it translates from Sanskrit as “the knowledge of life”. 

In essence, Ayurveda is all about natural healing, true connection with self and nature, inner balance, and living your dharma (purpose) providing joy and fulfilment. It offers a wealth of tools & practices to reverse health issues, but it also empowers everyone to experience long-term health and well-being through healthy, conscious choices.




Certified EFT & Matrix Reimprinting practitioner and Ayurveda health coach, educator & therapist. Member of the International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM) association for holistic medicine practitioners.

Her mission is to spread awareness about how blocked emotions and unprocessed trauma manifest as a physical or mental disease. She believes in the body-mind connection, and she takes a holistic approach to help individuals to achieve balance, build resilience, reconnect with their inner wisdom and live a more balanced and fulfilled life. 

Justyna is also passionate about sharing the knowledge of Ayurveda, the oldest medical system, that empowers you to take the responsibility for your own health, connect with nature and with your true self. Her life purpose is to support, nurture, teach and inspire others.


A Yoga Teacher, a Menstrual Cycle Educator and Facilitator with focus on creating the physical, emotional, and mental balance, cultivating connection and resilience from within in order to live more consciously and joyfully.


Anna qualified as a yoga teacher in India (500 hours) and as a Menstrual Cycle Coach & Facilitator in Ireland. Her approach in her personal and professional life is mindful, intuitive and aligned with cyclical rhythms of our bodies and nature so that we can tap into our inherent wisdom.

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We understand that things happen and sometimes plans change. If you cancel 10 days before the workshop, we will offer you a full refund. If cancelled 5-9 days before the workshop, 50% refund will be issued to you. No refund given if cancelled less than 5 days before the retreat. Please note that all refunds exclude the  processing fee ( 1.9% of the transaction amount + 0.30 EUR). 


See you then! 

If you have any questions, feel free to email Anna or Justyna 

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