Namita Piparaiya

Namita Piparaiya

Namita Piparaiya is a Yoga and Ayurveda Lifestyle Specialist and the founder of Yoganama, a platform that brings these ancient practices under one roof, with the objective of making them accessible and relevant to all. Acclaimed as one of the leading Yoga influencers in India, she has been featured and published by Elle, Cosmopolitan, Grazia, India Today, Statesman, The Week, Business World, Elephant Journal, and other leading publications in India and abroad. She has completed over 700 hours of Yoga Alliance certified training in Hatha Yoga. She has also studied Pranayama, Ayurveda, and Yoga Philosophy from some of the most reputed institutions and teachers globally, including Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, Cambridge Summer School, eCornell, Himalayan Institute, David Frawley, Paulie Zink, and BNS Iyengar. Her approach is, therefore, holistic and unique, bringing together all her experiences to build a strong connection between the body, breath, mind and one’s inherent constitution and nature. Before finding her true calling in Yoga, she was a senior corporate executive with MNCs such as Citibank, Aviva, and Generali.


Title: The connection between Ayurveda and Yoga

Ayurveda is the ancient Indian science of natural healing. It includes diet, herbs, exercise, massage, and other lifestyle-based interventions for your specific needs based on your Doshas (Bodily Humours). Yoga is a method of self-development and self-realization. Its methods include physical postures, breathing exercises, chanting, visualization, concentration, and meditation.

In this practical hands-on workshop, we will explore the connection between Ayurveda and Yoga. In the first half of the workshop, I will give an overview of Ayurveda’s foundational principles and tie it in with Yoga. In the second half, we will do a Dosha Balancing Yoga Practice, which will help you feel refreshed and energized. Additionally, it will give you practical insights on how to incorporate Ayurveda into your everyday Yoga practice.