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Ayurveda for Modern Living

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Irving Archives and Museum

801 West Irving Boulevard

Irving, TX 75060

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Presentation on how Ayurveda can be used to enhance and support the pace of modern living.

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Important note: Registration closes at 11:59 pm the day before the event. Event is free with Museum Admission ($7/adult). Don’t miss a minute!- Program will begin SHARP at stated time. Free parking available at front & back of building, and in 4-story brown parking garage west of the building.

Ayurveda is a one of the world’s oldest systems of natural healing and practiced continuously for more than 5000 years with its origins in the Vedic Cultures of India. Ayurveda means the knowledge or science of life (Ayuh means life and veda means knowledge). It offers a profound understanding of each person’s unique body, mind and consciousness, which is the foundation of health and happiness.

Sapna Punjabi-Gupta, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and an Ayurvedic Practitioner trained in both Western Nutrition and Ayurvedic Wellness will provide insights into this ancient system of holistic science and how it fits in the modern-day approach of integrative health and wellness.

Sapna Punjabi Gupta, MS, RDN, AP is a Culinary Wellness Expert, Registered Dietitian, Ayurvedic Practitioner and the creative force of beSPICED. Her work has been featured in both national and international print media. Sapna's wellness workshops and cooking classes are hugely popular along with her vibrant YouTube channel that celebrates food, life and all things spice.

Sapna’s one of a kind energy, her strong eastern roots and western dietetics expertise enables her to connect to her audience both in person and through a growing organic following on multiple social platforms.

Learn more at www.bespiced.com

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