Master Teachers on the Mountain
Educating Contemporary Learners Through Ancient Āyurveda Teachings
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Āyurvedic Health Counselor Classes Open to the Public
Expand your knowledge or develop new skills without enrolling in our academic programs. A portion of the Āyurvedic Health Counselor program is open to the public for auditing. Auditors pay a lower tuition, receive no academic credit, and attend lectures with the Master Faculty from 3:00 pm Friday to 3:00 pm Sunday. This is a wonderful opportunity for those wishing to expand their knowledge of Ayurveda or those thinking of enrolling in one of our programs.
See the Academic Programs Calendar for available weekends.
For more information or to register, call 408.846.4013.
Jan 18 - 19, 2017
Explore yoga practices and how they can be modified using the principles of Ayurveda to bring balance and harmony. Geared toward the student of Yoga and Ayurveda this two day workshop, with Kamalesh Ginger Hooven, will use the Ten Pairs of Opposites to work with doshic imbalances through the practices of pranayama, meditation, asana, mudra and mantra. The classes will be highly experiential.
Feb 3, 2017 - Mar 29, 2018
Professional Training in lifestyle medicine that prepares students for careers focused on preventive mind-body healthcare, this 16-month educational program prepares students for a professional career as an Āyurvedic Health Counselor.
Feb 18 - 20, 2017
Join us for a full 3-day intensive study and practice of Ayurvedic bodywork therapies. Expand your healing practice to include these ancient, time-honored techniques and help your clients cleanse and maintain optimal health for years to come. Participants will need a basic knowledge of the foundational principles of Ayurveda, including tridosha theory and function, 7 dhatu principles, actions of the gunas, understanding of agni and ama, and dina/ritucharya).
Āyurveda in Depth
June 07, 2015
The dog days of summer have arrived. In Ayurveda, our goal is to bring back your unique balance. That balance can be aggravated by the season.
December 15, 2014
Basically, abhyanga is applying warm oil to the body. Sometimes, people refer to it as a massage, but that is not exactly correct. The purpose of a massage is to manually manipulate the muscles while an abhyanga has a very different purpose which is to get the oil into the body through the skin.
August 02, 2013
At your core, deep inside your gut, you have a garden…a plethora of bacteria creating your very own bio-network. The health and happiness of this intimate ecology influences your health, your likelihood of being obese and a myriad of other health concerns.