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Mooksha Ayurveda and Yoga Training by Hotdishes Posted Sat 05 Dec 2009 2:14am Hello, I would like to introduce myself Anitha Mohanasundaram i am the head of operations for the company called Mooksha ayurveda based out of santa clara California. We bring the ayurvedic products and ayurvedic equipments and Mooksha ayurvedic in spa training and well qualified teachers in the field of ayurveda from india to teach the differ ... Read on »
Cameron Alborzian : Ayurveda ,Lifestyle & Yoga by Peter A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 6:38pm It has almost been a year since I met up with Cameron A. in NYC. He was instrumental in providing the catalystic tipping point to my vegetarianism , with his advice , "Just think you can always go back ". But there has been no looking back - I still can see the light that was emanating from him as we sat outside drinking chai near t ... Read on »
Yoga & Ayurveda Workshop by Courtney P. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:48am My friend and bodywork colleague Bethanie Sand is offering a great workshop I want to share with you: Yoga and Ayurveda: Yoga and Ayurveda are considered “sister sciences”, both coming from the wisdom of the Vedas. Once we have determined our Ayurvedic constitution (our Dosha) we can use this knowledge to tailor a y ... Read on »
Yoga and Ayurveda-A Forgotten Marriage by My Yoga Online Posted Mon 16 May 2011 9:30am It seems that Yoga has become a household term and people of all ages, religions and demographics are enjoying the benefits of this ancient science. However, you mention Ayurveda and the response is still scrunched up faces and scratching of heads. How did these two sister sciences get separated? Like Siamese twins to ... Read on »
Hatha Yoga - Ayurveda - Rod Stryker - Day 2 by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:56am This was written last week after the 2d day of training in Wise Sequencing with Rod Stryker. Why "Ayurveda" in the title of this entry? Rod makes great use Ayurvedic ( Vedic medicine) knowledge and wisdom. A matter of fact, the recommending reading for this class is Yoga and Ayurveda by Frawley. Here were my thoughts after day 2...... ... Read on »
Hatha Yoga - Ayurveda - Rod Stryker - Day 3 by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:56am I was too ticked off on the 3d day to write "cleanly". So, days 3-5 I'll write as I best recall and the notes taken. Why ticked off, you ask? Have you ever paid good money (over $600) for a class (5 of them meeting 2x/day, so about 10), and had the instructor show up late (almost every time from 10-30+ minutes late)? It somehow seemed dishon ... Read on »
Hatha Yoga - Ayurveda - Rod Stryker - Day 1 by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:56am For the last 5 days I've been at a VinyasaKrama (wise progression or sequencing) Workshop with Yoga Pluswriter, founder of Para Yoga (previously called Pure Yoga), and renownedYogi, Rod Stryker. Over then next week or two, I'll share with you some thoughts on these 5 days. Some I wrote right after class, and some I'll write as I reflect bac ... Read on »
Spring Forward -- Yoga & Ayurveda for the Springtime by Diane C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 31 Mar 2009 11:00pm The change of seasons can be tough. It's not unusual for my body to feel off during these times of transition. In Ayurvedic terms, I am Kapha dosha, which means that when I'm imbalanced, I can easily hold onto weight and feel a bit sluggish. The Kapha time of year is winter into spring, so congestion and an overabundance of mucus can sometimes us ... Read on »
Hatha Yoga - Ayurveda - Rod Stryker - Day 5 by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:56am The Final Day As I review my notes and see what I can recall from just over a week ago, I see the word MANTRA. All in capitals. Thomas Ashley-Farrand breaks the word Mantra into its Sanskrit roots: manas (mind) and trai (device). It is very interesting that he says to truly study mantra, one must include a study of anatomy. Perhaps, ... Read on »