The journey begins at the airport in Montreal. That's when you realize that you are indeed in another country. The signs are in French and English. In the airport, most people speak both languages but more than a few do not speak English fluently and the vast majority speak English with a strong French accent. I've been taking this trip annually now for 10 years of so. I never learned the language. Just saying that makes me feel like a stereotypical arrogant American. Of course, we're all Americans aren't we, both in the North and in the South.
As we approach summer, I look forward to seeing all of you at one or all of our upcoming special summer intensive courses. Many of you know that I teach the Ayurvedic Massage and Body Therapies Certification course. This course teaches you everything you need to begin offering Abhyanga, Shirodhara, and Svedana. This combination of therapies is often referred to a “Bliss” Therapy.
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.
The Spanish translation of "Healing your life: lessons on the path of Ayurveda" will be published by Ayurmed. The author, Dr. Marc Halpern, is one of the most respected teachers of Ayurvedic Medicine in the West.
Through 15 practical lessons in the new book “¿Cómo sanar su vida? ,” Dr. Marc Halpern, President of the California College of Ayurveda, shows how even small changes in what people eat, see, hear, smell, and touch, can profoundly improve health and happiness.
The program offered via the distance learning program is being offered by the California College of Ayurveda in 2012.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) July 05, 2012