Kitchen Medicine


About the class

  • Dates:  1st October 2014 & 4th March 2015
  • Time: 7-8.30pm
  • Cost: €15 per person
  • Duration: 1.5hours
  • Private groups: +4 participants

Learn how to use simple ingredients from your kitchen as powerful natural remedies. 

A little about the Course

This course will teach you how to use simple ingredients from your kitchen cupboards to heal common health complaints (coughs, colds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, headaches, menstrual cramps, colic, bloating, toothache, fluid retention, constipation, burns, etc). Going from A – Z  you will learn how to use common culinary herbs, spices and other simple ingredients in first aid situations, as well as for preventative health measures.

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About the teacher

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 Doug Hyde B.A (Biology), Adv. Dip Ayurveda

Doug is the Ayurvedic practitioner & co-owner of Satmya. He first became interested in Ayurveda in 1998 during his Biology degree at the University of Denver (DU). At the time, Doug was an elite swimmer and could see the logic of this ancient system when he applied it to his own health.

In 2003, Doug relocated to Australia to pursue Ayurveda full time under the tutelage of professor Jason Chandler,  a highly respected Vaidyacharya (Ayurvedic Doctor & Teacher).  He studied classical Ayurveda for 4 years and upon graduation, in 2007, he returned home to set up Satmya in Killaloe.

He has a special interest in teaching and sharing his knowledge of Ayurveda.

Courses: Ayurveda for PractitionersKitchen Medicine, Ayurvedic Seasonal CookingAyurveda Self CareIndian Head Massage  and other classes. Doug also runs Ayurveda & Yoga retreats in various locations in Ireland