Midweek Seminar: Making the Yogic Lifestyle Fun and Effective
with Amrita Sandra McLanahan, M.D.
November 6 - 8, 2018
When you feel well, you can have more fun! Join other fun-seekers for a midweek seminar that will provide you with powerful yet simple tools to build the foundation of a yogic lifestyle.
Topics will include:
- Introduction to a healthy yogic lifestyle
- Essentials of a yogic diet
- The spirit of health
Discover the benefits of Yoga for all the systems of the body; learn the basics of a yogic diet, including superfoods that fight heart disease and cancer; and explore the all-important role that laughter and love play in keeping you healthy. Hatha Yoga classes will be offered twice a day, and there will be plenty of time for opportunities to ask questions (and get answers!) about your own personal health issues.
Midweek Seminars not only offer special lectures to help you deepen your practice, but also allow the time, space, and guidance to relax and go within. This is the perfect opportunity to embrace the quiet of the Ashram and the knowledge of its senior teachers.
Dr. Amrita was fantastic! Very upbeat and entertaining. The vast knowledge just articulately flowed from her lips—so much info in such a short time, all understandable due to her humor and energy. Thank you! — Claudia Hedeen
Dr. Amrita’s knowledge and delivery are so great. Her personality sparkles. — Program Participant
Dr. Amrita McLanahan [has a] great sense of humor and the capacity to marry science to theory. — Crystal Fenwick
Dr. McLanahan is a graduate with High Honors of Swarthmore College, and she has an M.D. degree from Wayne University and a Family Practice Specialty from the University of Massachusetts. For twenty years, she served as director of Stress Management for Dr. Dean Ornish’s research, using Yoga and lifestyle changes to reverse heart disease and cancer. She now practices Integrative Medicine at Yogaville. Dr. McLanahan has made multiple study trips to India and Asia, where she visited centers that use Yoga and other natural means to prevent and treat disease. She is the co-author of the book, Surgery and Its Alternatives…
Learn more about Amrita Sandra McLanahan, M.D.