We will chop and prepare a full meal, fresh chutneys, snacks and deserts, and enjoy the fruits of our labour around the table together. Have a look at the veganyogi page on the VG website for recipes. We’ll cook a full dhal, rice, subji and chutney lunch with pakora, a tasty party dish.
This workshop will explain:
- basic ayurvedic principles of diet
- spicing for dhals and other pulses
- reasons for certain restrictions for people on the yogic path
- prana, the vital force
‘Delicious! These are great recipes I will make at home’ M
‘Your chutney is the best! This will become a staple’ M
‘I’m definitely inspired to go more vegan and vegetarian’ J
‘This was fun and I learned a lot about spicing and cooking consciously’ S
A sattvic or pure and wholesome diet, free from cruelty, lifts energy.
Fiona Law is a long time yogi and yoga teacher, and has cooked in Sivananda yoga centres an ashrams.
Viveka Gardens Yoga Farm is about prana – the vital force – and good food as a source of that.
This day retreat costs £50. Bursaries available for full time students and those on benefit: please contact in advance to arrange.
9.45 arrival for…
10.00 Cooking workshop: make a vegan yogi balanced meal
1.00 lunch of the food we made together
2.15- 3.30 karma yoga – please bring clothes for light outdoor work in the garden
3.45 – 5.00 light yoga class