The Himalayan Tradition has crossed national, ethnic and religious boundaries for millennia. In this series of workshops, our special theme will be the relationship of the Tibetan and Himalayan traditions of ayurveda and yoga. We will explore a range of theories and practices from the spiritual view of wellness and disease to the common ground of food practices, including specific yogic and healing practices culled from these related traditions.
Gary Gran, CYT, DAy.
Marma therapy in Ayurveda involves the stimulation of certain points or areas of the body to create a healing effect. It is related to the practices of acupressure and acupuncture.
In this workshop we will learn specific marma practices from the Indian and Tibetan traditions including both hands-on external practices and hands-off internal practices. These techniques make a great complement to your personal yoga practice.
(Recommended for 200 TTP. Required for 300 TTP.) (Qualifies for 4 CEU Credits with Yoga Alliance.)
Cynthia Gran, E-RYT 500, DAy.
Our relationship with food is the heart of Ayurvedic teaching. Ayurveda teaches that each person is a unique blend of physical, psychological and spiritual elements, and our relationship with food is an expression of our relationship with the world. What helps one person may not be helpful for another. Come explore the Ayurvedic teachings on food, diet and nutrition with an experienced practitioner and guide.
Our MISSION is to help individuals realize their full potential, lead a healthy and balanced life with mindfulness through teaching of yoga, meditation, and philosophy as taught by Himalayan masters.
Our VISION is to alleviate human suffering.