Āyurveda and the Spring

The coming of Spring is a time of rich duality. Longer days and more sunshine are often paired with lingering colder weather. Buds blossoming come with muddy messes in the garden. We can feel at once restless to emerge and spend more time out in the world and still be drawn to sit tight in our dens for just a bit longer. 

In the tradition of Āyurveda, Spring is a time to start embracing things that are lighter while letting go of what weighs us down. A time to refresh both inside and out. 

In order to help encourage balance this time of year we are pleased to offer this two hour workshop with our very own Elizabeth Bossart. In this workshop Elizabeth will share the qualities of Spring in Āyurveda as well as some of the tips and tools anyone can use to make this seasonal transition lighter and more easeful. 

As a facilitator Elizabeth is warm and engaging and you are encouraged to bring questions and curiosity. 

If you are unable to attend live, the recording of this workshop will be available within 36 hours of its conclusion.

Āyurveda and the Spring will take place on Tuesday, April 11th from 3:30pm-5:30pm PT.  A recording of the workshop will be available in the Student Portal after the live Workshop completes.

Live Online Workshop

Date: Tuesday, April 11th, 2023

Time: 3:30pmPT/6:30pmET – 5:30pmPT/8:30pmET

Duration: 2 Hours

Teacher: Elizabeth Bossart

Cost: $67

Location: Zoom link provided upon purchase.

A recording of the workshop will be available in the Student Portal after the live Workshop completes.

Expect to Explore

  • The Āyurvedic qualities of the Spring.
  • How your personal qualities relate to the qualities of the season
  • Tips and tools to stay balanced and energized this time of year.

Your Instructor


Elizabeth Cunningham Bossart

Elizabeth Bossart is a well-seasoned Practitioner of Āyurveda. She holds Masters degrees in Teaching and in Āyurveda and is a Certified Āyurvedic Practitioner from the Mt. Madonna Institute College of Āyurveda.

In the winter of 2018, she returned from completing a 5-week Āyurvedic internship in India and is eager to share her wealth of knowledge and experience with you. Join her to study Āyurveda, the Science of Life and its applicability to your everyday joy, health, and well-being.

A Special Message from Elizabeth:
“I love teaching about food because it’s every day. It is what we do every day, it’s the choices we make every day. There is some way we can be empowering ourselves by the choices we make.”