Cooking and Eating Workshop: Baked Samosas with Cooling Chutney with Vidya Chapman *
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Eastern Time
Foods actually influence your moods and play an important role in creating a feeling of positivity and balance. Ayurveda recognizes six tastes: sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent. At the end of the hot summer season, keep cool by using more of the sweet, bitter and astringent tastes that pacify Pitta dosha.
Join Vidya as she teaches how to make baked samosas with cooling cilantro-coconut chutney.
Registrants will be sent a short shopping list of ingredients.
The class will be live online on Zoom and will be recorded. All registrants will receive a copy of the class recording.
Vidya (Denise) Chapman is a certified yoga teacher since 2001, a bodyworker, an ayurvedic practitioner and professional member of NAMA. After a life-threatening illness in 2002, she was introduced to Dr. Vasant Lad at Ananda Ashram. In 2007 Vidya travelled to India to study yoga with Nischala Joy Devi and Bhaskar and to see Ayurveda in its homeland. She is a graduate of the Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, founded by Dr. Vasant Lad, and of the Gurukula and Panchakarma Therapy programs at his institute and clinic in Pune, India. Vidya has taught Ayurvedic principles, philosophy and cooking at several yoga teacher trainings, as well as marma therapy, shirodhara, abhyanga and other ayurvedic body therapies at the Sivananda Yoga Retreat in Nassau, Bahamas.