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Announcing Our New Name for An Ancient Practice: CLASSICAL AYURVEDIC YOGA THERAPY™

We’re excited to announce that our Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy program, which we offer each spring in the Bahamas, has a new name:  CLASSICAL AYURVEDIC YOGA THERAPYRead more

Welcome to our newest group of Ayurveda interns!!

This is such an exciting time for these students, who've been working hard to complete the first two levels of the program, Ayurvedic Principles and Clinical Ayurvedic Medicine. Now they're taking the internship intensive, which will prepare them to finally do what they've been dreaming of for so long; seeing their first patients!

What Our Grads Are Up To: Myrica Morningstar, Kauai, Hawaii ~ Offering retreats, PK, Ayurveda apprenticeships, upcoming book!

Myrica Morningstar, who graduated from the California College of Ayurveda in 1998, specializes in panchakarma retreats and offers apprenticeships to students and graduates in ministering Ayurvedic therapies and creating and holding sacred space for deep healing. 

What Our Grads Are Up To: Jessica Hartley Litton, Yoga Nidra CD & Practice in Grass Valley, California

Namaste! A past graduate, Jessica Hartley Litton, also known as Sica, has a Yoga Nidra album available through her website www.transformationayurveda.com. Check it out!!

Enjoy a lovely cup of Ayurvedic Bliss Tea!

This perfectly named Bliss Tea is light, relaxing, and calming to vata and pitta in the mind.  Most people can enjoy it as a gentle, calming tea throughout the day.  Sensitive individuals may feel a bit sleepy after drinking.  

Ayurveda & The Four Goals of Life ~ Part 4: Moksha (Liberation)

 MOKSHA 

Ayurveda & The Four Goals of Life - Third in a 4-part series: Dharma (service)

DHARMA 

Ayurveda & The Four Goals of Life ~ Part 2: Artha (Prosperity)

ARTHA 

Ayurveda & The Four Goals of Life (Purushartha): First in a 4 part series

“Vedic knowledge teaches that there exist four basic goals of human life. These goals are so fundamental that every person is motivated to some extent by them. Because they are so basic to our nature, human beings easily become attached to them. Attachment to these fundamental goals is the basis of most of our problems and an obstruction to actually receiving them.

Ayurveda and Foods that Bring Balance in the Fall

Brrr…it’s getting chilly out there. Windy too. What to eat to stay in balance now that autumn is in full swing and winter is just around the corner?