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JOYTINAT ASHRAM - International College of YOGA
AYURVEDA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
IV DOLCE INDIA FESTIVAL
4th - 5th - 6th September 2015
Ashram Joytinat – Corinaldo (AN)
EDUCATION TO LIFE
Three days of theoretical and practical workshops, seminars and conferences immersed in the silence of marche hills, including:
Yoga Ayurveda Meditation Mantra Chanting Workshop Music Dance Art Literature Indian Cuisine
For a real exchange between the east and the west
FRIDAY 5TH SEPTEMBER
The morning is reserved for the Joytinat school activities, namely the teacher training’s year-end exams.
. 18.30: “Yoga and Spirituality in the Third Millennium”. Speakers: Swami Acharya Joythimayananda (expert in yoga and ayurveda), Father Antonio Gentili (Barnabit monk) and Guido Gabrielli (Yoga Journal editorial director). The Major of Corinaldo, Matteo Principi, will open the conference.
. 20.00: INDIAN DINNER – Menu designed by Rajaletchumi Joythimayananda + degustation of homemade pizza baked in wooden oven.
. 21.30: FILM DOCUMENTARY Screening of “Noi non siamo come James Bond” (2012), starring film director Mario Balsamo and Guido Gabrielli. The documentary, winner of the Jury Award at Turin Film Festival is a road movie dealing with the corruptibility of matter vs the intransience of a dream. It is also the story of two close friends united by a healing path caused by illness. Guido Gabrielli, one of the main characters, will be present for a post-screening Q&As session.
SATURDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER
. 7.30: yoga, meditation, mantra chanting.
. 13.30: VEGETARIAN LUNCH.
. 15.30-18.30: Ayurvedic massage taster.
. 15.30-18: KID WORKSHOP – Mandala mosaic making with Davide Zacchilli.
. 16.30: Presentation of ashram activities for the A.Y.2014-2015 (Yoga Teacher Training – Yoga Therapists – Ayurvedic/Abyangam Massage – Diagnosis and Treatment according to Ayurveda – Ayurvedic Nutrition – Beauty and Cosmetics – Pre- and Post-natal Care – Muri and Varma – Indian Cooking Lessons)
. 18.30 ART - "ITALY-ORIENT" – Opening of Jacopo Mandich and Noa Pane’s exhibition of works crafted during their Art Residency in the Ashram. Art Residencies, conceived and curated by Fulvio Chimento and Antonella Malaguti, provide the opportunity of a dialogue between different cultures through contemporary art. The works are realised using local materials and the five elements, which is the basis of Vedic philosophy; AYURVEDIC APERITIF to follow.
. 20.00: INDIAN DINNER
. 21.30: LIVE CONCERT – Oriental sounds and ambience with the Indian music of Ruben Narrainen (voice and harmonium), Maurizio Murdocca (tablas) and Nadeem Khan (sitar).
SUNDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER
. 7.30: yoga, meditation, mantra chanting.
. 10.00: XVI AYURVEDA INTERNATION CONFERENCE ON SELF-HEALING, PART II. The conference coordinator, Annibale D’Angelo, will lead an interactive dialogue with the audience on various current affairs topics.
. 13.30: Vegetarian Lunch.
. 15.30-18.30: Ayurvedic Massage Taster.
. 16.00-17.30: BALA KHATA – Holistic themed stories for children told by Caterina Fantoni.
. 16.00-18.00: RAKU CERAMICS MAKING WORKSHOP. Participants, led by Anna Rossi, will make a raku ceramic object, which they will get to keep. Cost: 10 euros.
. 18.00: FLAMENCO and BHARATANATYAM DANCE – very few people know that Flamenco is an evolution of traditional Indian dances, which reached Andalusia through nomads crossing Asia and settling in Europe. Dancers NADESH JOYTHIMAYANANDA (Bharatanatyam) and SILVIA DI SPIRITO (flamenco) will perform in a show purposely designed for Dolce India Festival 2014.
. 20.00: INDIAN DINNER.
. 21.30: TIBETAN SINGING BOWLS CONCERT with Peter Treichler and Cristina Pacciarini.
DURING THE THREE DAYS OF THE FESTIVAL, INDI MARKET IS OPEN:
-Info-point Ayurveda to get info about Ayurveda and the ashram activities. 10% discount voucher six months validity for a treatment to be enjoyed in the days following the event.
-Display of the Ayurvedic products made in the ashram. Traditional handicraft of Indian clothes, jewellery and accessories.
-Find out your body type: are you Kapa, Pita or Vata? Fill out the test and an expert will provide the answer.
-Bookshop with books on Ayurveda, history and traditions of India
- “Barattando” (swapping): bring along object you no longer need which could be useful for someone else, watch for bargains and start swapping!
FREE ENTRANCE – CULTURAL INITIATIVES ARE ON FREE OFFER.
Meals cost 12 Euros and include Tali, a traditional Indian dish based on vegetables, rice, beans and various sauces with non-alcoholic drinks.
BOOKING is highly encouraged: tel. 071 679032.
ACCOMMODATION: During the days of the festival is possible to stay in nearby accommodations (B&B, hotels and camping). Accommodation in the ashram is full.
FOR INFO AND BOOKINGS:
Ashram Joytinat, via Ripa 24, 60013 Corinaldo(An)