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The making of a Yoga Family
Eat Together, Happy and Joyful
Eating together is one of the best ways to connect with others. During our meal time, we connect, laugh, share stories and often practice silent meals too.
The quality of the fruits, nuts, and vegetables we use an impact. We should be well aware of the source of the food.
Hence, at Samyak Yoga Ashram, we bring directly from the local farmers. They literally worship farming.
The Concept behind
The food is prepared based on the type of Yoga practice involved. All the three qualities of Ayurveda, i.e. Vata, Pitta and Kapha should be there in proportion.
The food menu is created in such a way that it is delicious and nourishes all dimensions of the system.
The process of making the food too is a significant part. While preparing our Chef - Mr. Jitendra Singh should also be happy and joyful.
The mind involved in the preparation of the food influences the outcome.
The way of eating the food is also significant. At Samyak Yoga Ashram, we all sit together as a family and enjoy the food.
When shared with others, the heart opens and helps in bringing energy and light within
Know more about Food
Yogic Indian Food is served during the Yoga Teacher Training that is suitable for the Yoga practice of our students that also help in detoxifying the body for yogic practices. Besides nutritional value, we love to give a glimpse of the local food taste of Mysore.
We don’t offer meat, fish, and eggs, which are considered stimulating/lethargic for yogic practices. The yogic food is seasoned with mild spices, which are part of the Ayurvedic diet.
All food is prepared with filtered water in our clean and spacious kitchen, where we give utmost importance to the hygiene of all the food items and cooks.
Students with a preference for Vegan and Gluten-free diets can comfortably manage here. You will have Brown Bread, Muesli, and Cornflakes with Fruits for Breakfast, while lunch and Dinner include Salads, Vegetables, Lentils, Beans, Rice, and Wheat items, Soups and Desserts on occasion.
We design the menu to calm down the body-mind while you are undergoing detoxification during the intensive practice/course, which generates a lot more heat in the body and mind, and is beneficial to the intense Yoga practice.
All foods are served Buffet-style, and you can take as much as you want.
Food is prepared based on ayurvedic concepts such as Vata, Pitta and Kapha Doshas. The food is strictly vegetarian.
However, the students can opt for vegan food or gluten-free food. The chef here can also make some changes to the food in case of any specific allergies.