A state-of-the-art herbal dispensory is now available to Ayurvedic practitioners and clients nationwide. The college also offers an herbal apprenticeship program.
Marc Halpern and the California College of Ayurveda was recently featured in the September/October 2012 issue of PRIME Living magazine, a luxury lifestyle magazine for affluent baby boomers in the greater Houston area.
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 California College of Ayurveda offers consultations in Ayurveda Medicine with interns and graduate practitioners as well as panchakarma therapies including abhyanga, shirodhara and svedana. Starting November 2012, a new group of AHP interns will begin offering consultations at a $25 US fee.
Nevada City, CA, August 21, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The internship program is focused on lifestyle counseling and management of digestive and mind complains. The Ayurvedic program which begins in November, 2012, is available to students who have completed the Ayurvedic Health Educator program (Ayurvedic Studies Level I) and the Clinical Ayurvedic Theory program (Level II).
The ayurvedic school finds a new home in Nevada City, California and features herbal training gardens, a state-of-the art pancha karma center, an Ayurvedic yoga studio and a complete library of ayurveda books and resources. Enrollment for the 2011 ayurvedic education programs is now open at the new location.
The California College of Ayurveda announces a complete program in Ayurvedic medicine and the management of cancer for December 2010 in its primary location in northern California. Ayurveda is an traditional medicine from India that focuses on healing the body, the mind and the spirit with a variety of healing modalities including nutrition, herbs, sensory and body therapies and Ayurvedic Yoga therapy.
The most profound of all Ayurvedic treatments is Pancha Karma: a traditional form of detoxification of the body and mind that facilitates rejuvenation and deep healing. According to Dr. Deepak Chopra, Panchakarma "offers systematic treatment for dislodging and flushing toxins from every cell”. The California College of Ayurveda will offer Pancha Karma training programs in the Spring and Summer of 2011 and offers Ayurvedic panchakarma treatments throughout the year at the state-of-the-art facilities in Nevada City, CA.