Ayurvedic Consultation & Ayurvedic courses
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"Ayurvedic Subtle Bodywork"
With Prana Gogla, LAc.
This class is for massage therapists, yoga teachers, Ayurvedic Practitioners and anyone interested in holistic health and wellness.
What is the subtle body? How do we perceive it and interact with it? How does it help in healing and transforming our lives? What are Nadi and Chakras? What are Marma points? Are they similar to acupuncture points, and do we need to balance them?
This class will explain basic information about the subtle body from an Ayurvedic perspective and answer all your questions and clarify any doubts you may have about the marmas, chakras and subtle body. Class includes hands-on work and you will be working with a partner. Please wear comfortable loose yoga clothing.
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Ayurveda (pronounced I-yur-VAY-duh, Sanskrit: आयुर्वेद) is a system of medicine used in India. Ayurvedic traditions are said to have been passed down from the gods to sages and wise physicians.
Ayurvedic therapies are based on a person's "Dosha" (Vata, Pitta and/or Kapha), and include "Panchakarma" ("Five Actions"), yoga, massage, acupuncture, and herbal medicine, all which encourage a positive state of health and well-being. Ayurvedic therapies have evolved for more than two millennia.
Ayurvedic tradition comes from the Vedas (“knowledge”), a collection of hymnal texts that originated in Ancient India. According to Hindu belief, the Vedas were directly revealed or channeled to Vedic yogis and seers (Siddhas) while they were in a deep state of meditative-consciousness. They discovered that the secret of cosmic consciousness is intimately linked with mastery of the breath, cultivation of stillness in body-mind-consciousness, and living in harmony with nature.
Prana Gogia is a licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist and teacher of Ayurveda. He was born in India and practiced Siddha traditional healing work for over thirty years, including while in India, Nepal and the surrounding region. He was introduced to the principles of Ayurveda from an early age, and learned Buddhist and Siddha Meditative practices also used in healing. He has a Masters degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and is recognized as a Diplomat of Oriental Medicine by NCCAOM. Prana also has an electronics engineering degree and MBA, with experience working with executive teams of multi-national companies. He provides and teaches about natural remedies to activate mind-body’s innate ability for healing and longevity.