The Ayurvedic herbal apprenticeship program offers a comprehensive training in preparation of herbal medicines used in Ayurvedic medicine. The program includes profound meditations with herbs, knowledge about cultivation and processing from start to finish.
Marma points are 107 energetic body points that allow access to the body, mind and consciousness. The California College of Ayurveda offers training in Ayurvedic marma therapy this summer as part of the panchakarma and Ayurvedic training intensives.
Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy is the traditional system of Yoga Therapy from India. Yoga Therapy is the application of yoga to the healing process. The mechanism of understanding how yoga contributes to healing is the physiological model of Ayurveda. Ayurveda is the healing side of Yoga.
Ayurveda, the ancient science of healing from India has always utilized massage as a part of its regimens for healing. The California College of Ayurveda offers professional training in the techniques of Abhyanga (Ayurvedic massage), Shirodhara (warm oil treatment over the forehead) and Svedana (herbal steam treatment) in the spring and summer 2013.
The Sanskrit word, jala, means “water”. The original meaning of neti is “to guide”. It has also come to mean “nasal cleansing”. Therefore, jala neti means guiding water through the nasal passages to cleanse them.
Allergies occur when a person’s immune system mistakenly believes an antigen (allergen) is harmful. Through the use of Ayurvedic Medicine, the immune system can be strengthened and the allergic response can be handled appropriately.
Spring is a great time to add green smoothies to your daily yogic diet to give you extra energy as well as to help keep the body light and flexible.
Greens have more valuable nutrients than any other food group on the planet. You might be surprised to learn that greens even have high-quality, easily-assimilated amino acids – enough to build the protein that supports the muscle mass of the mighty, greens-eating gorilla, pound-for-pound the strongest animal on earth.
Here are 10 reasons to drink your greens:
A group of talented Yoga teachers and students of Ayurveda Medicine will meet August 2013 in Canada to participate in a twelve-day, residential training program offered by Dr. Marc Halpern, director of the California College of Ayurveda. Ayurveda is the healing side of Yoga and Yoga is the spiritual side of Ayurveda, this course is a personal journey within to create a lifestyle that leads to inner peace and healing.
Panchakarma is the Ayurvedic art of detoxification and rejuvenation. The Ayurvedic Spa at the California College of Ayurveda offers this year a comprehensive panchakarma therapies with highly qualified Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist and Panchakarma Specialists.