Celebrate VAISAKHI (a harvest festival celebrated all over India by different names), celebrate life with an Indian inspired Pop-up supper at Kalm Yoga with Shibana Singh.
“It is not just the finest ingredients or an expert chef that make a delicious meal. It is the intention that goes into the preparing of a meal which makes it a vehicle for prana”.
A fun filled evening with lively Bollywood music and movies, henna artistry, mouthwatering food and cultural journey into India with Shibana. Come dressed in your Indian inspired attire and dancing shoes!
LOCATION: Kalm Yoga 8338 Comanche Rd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110. Tel. (505) 554-2228.
TIME: April 11, 2015 From 5:30 to 9:00pm.
COST: $55 per guest.
Space is limited and this special event will fill up fast! Please register online to confirm your reservation to this extraordinary Indian pop-up dinner!
Mark your calendars for a wonderful cooking class and dinner hosted by
April 3 • 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Join us for a fun-filled and delicious evening! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-676-9147
Khichri is a one-pot wonder used in cleanses, for rejuvenation, and as a meal by itself.
We will also prepare and enjoy chicken in a poppy seed and cashew nut sauce, accompanied by cauliflower salad.
Photography © Patti Bose Studios
Detox teas and chai will be served.
Cost: $45 per person
With love from the heart of the beloved,
“Of the seasons, I am flower-bearing spring.”
– Lord Krisna (Gita)
Spring! That magical, dynamic time of the year when the pulse of life quickens, the first buds get ready to blossom, the rays of sun get stronger and brighter, the womb of the earth begins to warm up! To help this transition, the ancient sages in India came up with different rituals and festivals to celebrate the changing seasons so that as we danced, sang, and prayed during the festivals we would inherently know it was time to change the foods we ate, the way we dressed, and how we went about our daily life.
To stay in balance during this transition, which is organic and flowing for nature, we humans must synchronize our song with the dance of nature.
Ayurveda recommends a cleanse at every change of season. Spring is a particularly good time to detox because your body is especially in tune with nature’s cleansing rhythms.
Join Shibana for a Ten-DayAyurveda-Based Online Cleanse
March 28 through April 6
Shopping lists and menus will be provided for each day. Herbal teas, yoga asanas, and treatments will be recommended. Shibana will be available for three one-hour phone check-ins during the ten days.
Food preparation and one-on-one treatments are available, at an additional cost,for four local clients on a first come, first served basis.