Learn to make a basic kitchari—mung beans, basmati rice and tri-doshic spices. Add organic ghee, lemon and fresh cilantro. Happy tummy. This is a simple, complete meal—comforting and nutritious. Share the kitchari together afterwards.
This class launches a monthly series of Kitchari-making workshops.
Ruchi Bhatia (Rudrani)
Rudrani has been deeply connected with yoga for over 15 years. She has assisted her father teaching Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation, Gita and Yoga Sutras in India, Singapore and Boston and is currently editing a book on Classical Yoga written by her father in 2008. After moving to California, she got her teaching certification in Yoga and Yoga Nidra and is currently offering periodic classes at the San Francisco Sivananda Center. She is especially interested in Yoga Nidra and its therapeutic use for reducing stress levels and treating related diseases. She is enrolled in the 800-hour Sivananda Yoga Health Educator Training course. Trained in Indian classical music, she also enjoys chanting.