Keep Cool with Āyurveda

with Elizabeth Cunningham Bossart

With temperatures rising many of us are feeling the heat! 

While there are ways we can adjust our external environment to help keep cool it is also important to remember that there are tricks that can help keep our systems cool through Āyurveda! 

Āyurvedic practices address our bodily systems to bring balance to the body and this includes helping the body stay in balance through the hotter months of summer. 

With just a few simple everyday practices you can set yourself up to better manage through the heat and stay comfortable this summer! 

Join Elizabeth Cunningham Bossart to learn more!

A recording of this live event will be available to all enrolled participants.

Online Workshop

Date: Wednesday June 26th, 2024. 3:30PT/6:30ET

Duration: 75 minutes

Teacher: Elizabeth Cunningham Bossart

Cost: $30

Location: Student Portal.

Expect to Explore

What students will explore:

  • How Āyurveda helps regulate the body’s systems during temperature shifts and why it is important to change your practices with the season. 
  • Signs that your body is out of balance and how to recognize signs that are related to too much heat in the body. 
  • Āyurvedic practices that can be easily implemented that help balance out systemic heat.

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.”