Events Upcoming Events SUN SEP 15 Art of Ayurvedic Cooking Class. Hands-on plant-based cooking workshop. Gain a wealth of knowledge on topics like Ayurvedic physiology and philosophy, personalized nutrition, medicinal uses of foods and spices. Delicious meal and recipe booklet included. All Vegan Menu: Dal Makhani (Creamy Lentils and Kidney Beans) Chapatis (Hand-rolled Flatbreads) Apple Beet Fennel Salad Braised Cauliflower and Peas Nutty Upside Down Apple Pie Spicy Autumn Tea 2-5pm Bhakti Urban Farm $65 Cooking class - September 15 One person $65.00 USDTwo people $120.00 USDThree people $180.00 USD SAT SEP 28 Peacefest Houston, Ayurvedic cooking demo and Art of Self-healing Workshop Shakti at the Bhakti is delighted to present Peace Fest, an outdoor festival dedicated to celebrating the Path of Peace while honoring the Divine Feminine Energy of love, compassion, kindness, and connection to the community. Everyone is welcome!!! Throughout the day, we will be presenting workshops and sessions on ayurveda, storytelling, cooking demonstrations, kirtan, vedic astrology, mindful eating, body inclusivity, a cacao ceremony, alchemy sound baths, spirit animal exploration, meditation, yoga, and more. 11am-6pm Bhakti Urban Farm $35 Buy Tickets SUN OCT 13 Art of Ayurvedic Cooking Class. Hands-on plant-based cooking workshop. Gain a wealth of knowledge on topics like Ayurvedic physiology and philosophy, personalized nutrition, medicinal uses of foods and spices. Delicious meal and recipe booklet included. 2-5pm Bhakti Urban Farm $65 SAT OCT 19 YOUniverSOUL Fest Presenter Healer Heal Thyself: The Art of Self-care 2.40pm Midtown Park Buy Tickets WED OCT 23 The Ayurvedic Mind An illuminating discussion about the mind and our emotional type based on Ayurveda and yoga philosophy. According to these ancient wisdom traditions, the mind has one of three qualities: sattva (purity and clarity), rajas (busyness and confusion), or tamas (darkness and destruction). When the mind becomes clouded by rajas and tamas, mental disease occurs. We will learn a holistic approach to healing the mind using tips, tools, and strategies that increase sattva and create emotional balance and equilibrium. The Jung Center 5200 Montrose Blvd Buy Tickets "Ayurveda, the ‘Science of Life,’ is the traditional, natural healing system of India. Ayurvedic cooking is based on the therapeutic principles of eating fresh, seasonal food accented with the appropriate herbs and spices."