Ayurvedic Postpartum Cooking: Classical Theory and Recipes

AYN220a/b: Ayurvedic Postpartum Cooking course provides clear instruction, integrating ancient references from multiple classical texts of Ayurveda, and from the Vaidya’s professional and personal experience.
  • Discussion of key concerns and conditions of postpartum management.
  • Understand the significant role of nutrition and cooking in the kayakalpa window
  • Key discussions: Lactation, regeneration, mood, colic, immunity, strength, ojas, and through baby’s first year.
  • Learn additional reasons certain herbs, spices and foods are best used in the postpartum period.
  • Be prepared for exciting surprises, using old and new resources.
Hands, nose and appetite in the kitchen! Anupama teaches delicious and unique recipes to best support mama and baby in early postpartum, and through the first year of life. The alchemy of cooking illuminated in this class with unusual preparation and cooking techniques, using familiar and a few new resources, from Ayurvedic classical and personal family traditions.

Recipes prevent colic, mood, immunity, enhances strength, improves sleep, and lactation problems to name a few, including baby’s Bal rasayan and first foods. Last hour of class offers recipes non-vegetarians, using egg and discussing fish, chicken and uses of marrow.

Sat, October 20, 2015 10 AM – 6 PM
Sun, October 21, 2015 10 AM – 6 PM

Learning format: This is a hands-on class taught in gurukula style (small class interaction). Clear Power point slides and notes are included. Cost includes meals,and handouts.

Price: $340.00 including materials and food.

Hours: 15 hrs,  10 AM – 6 PM.  Includes meals, come hungry!