An Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist is a specialist capable of utilizing yoga therapies to alter the physiology of the body in a manner that supports the healing process. As such, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapists are uniquely placed to participate as a health care team member as the work they do complements the work of all other therapists.
The California College of Ayurveda announces its international Ayurvedic training intensives offered in Nevada City, California.
Ayurveda is considered to be the medicinal side to Yoga. It literally means "the knowledge of life," as it teaches how to live harmoniously with our environment and our bodies. Like Yoga, Ayurveda is a holistic science that promotes well-being at the level of the body, mind and spirit.
The Ayurveda School offers various training programs in "the science of life". Enrollment is now open for 2013 educational programs offered throughout the world.
At the Ayurvedic Spa, the client receives stress relief therapies under the guidance of Panchakarma Practitioner and lifestyle recommendations and stress management techniques by a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist. The College is now accepting appointments for 2013 therapies.
The school announces its practitioner program (Level I) begining Fall 2013 (also available online in the Online Internet Program). The school continues to offers Ayurveda education in English via the Distance Learning program throughout the world.
The Ayurvedic Health Educator (Level I) begins October 8th in Nevada City, California and in Los Angeles. The program is also offered online via the Live Internet Program and through online ayurvedic training (distance learning).
The California College of Ayurveda has announced the panchakarma program at its headquarters in Nevada City, California on August 20-24th, 2013.
The California College of Ayurveda has announced the panchakarma training program at its headquarters in Nevada City, California on August 26-30th, 2013.
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.