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Introduction to Ayurveda II with Yogita Wengatz – CANCELLED

March 10th, 2011

– THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CANCELLED –   Learn about ayurvedic diet and lifestyle according to your individual constitution, about the disease process (Samprapti) and how to balance/detox your body (Panchakarma). Learn about the ayurvedic organ systems (Dhatus) that matter most to bodywork. Integration of Ayurvedic Principles for Self-Care and Daily Practice. Date: October 1, [...]

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Introduction to Ayurveda I with Yogita Wengatz – CANCELLED

March 10th, 2011

– THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CANCELLED – Learn about the origins of Ayurveda (Sankhya Philosophy), the building blocks (5 elements, 3 Doshas, 5 subdoshas and 20 Gunas) and how to determine your constitution (Prakruti/Vikruti). Integration of Ayurvedic Principles for Self-Care and Daily Practice.  Saturday, September 24 from 8:30 am – 6:00 pm.  8 CEUs   [...]

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Introduction to Ayurveda I w/Yogita Wengatz and Sonia Masocco

January 19th, 2011

Learn about the origins of Ayurveda (Sankhya Philosophy), the building blocks (5 elements, 3 Doshas, 5 Subdoshas and 20 Gunas) and how to determine your constitution (Prakruti/Vikruti). Integration of Ayurvedic Principles for Self-Care and Daily Practice. Instructor: Yogita Wengatz 505-414-760 Saturday, March 19 (8:30am-6pm), 8 CE hours, $125

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Marma Massage w/Yogita Wengatz and Sonia Masocco

January 18th, 2011

Learn about ayurvedic marma points that are similar to accupressure points and how to integrate them into a marma point massage. Instructors: Yogita Wengatz and Sonia  Masocco February 19 and 20 (Sat and Sun)  8:30am-6pm   16 CE hours     $295 For more information call: 505-414-7620

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Introduction to Ayurveda II

January 5th, 2011

Learn about ayurvedic diet and lifestyle according to your individual constitution, about the disease process (Samprapti) and how to balance/detox your body (Panchakarma). Learn about the ayurvedic organ systems (Dhatus) that matter most to bodywork. Integration of Ayurvedic Principles for Self-Care and Daily Practice.

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Introduction to Ayurveda I

January 5th, 2011

Learn about the origins of Ayurveda (Sankhya Philosophy), the building blocks (5 elements, 3 Doshas, 5 subdoshas and 20 Gunas) and how to determine your constitution (Prakruti/Vikruti). Integration of Ayurvedic Principles for Self-Care and Daily Practice.  Saturday, January 22 from 8:30 am – 6:00 pm.  8 CEUs

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Workshop: Introduction to Ayurveda for Bodyworkers with Yogita Wengatz

August 20th, 2010

Learn about the origins of Ayurveda, the building blocks (5 Elements, 3 Doshas, 20 Gunas) of your constitution and how to determine your constitution (Prakruti/Vikruti) and why it matters (Diet/Lifestyle). Learn about disease processes (Samprapti) and how to balance/detox your body. Learn about the ayurvedic organ systems (Dhatus) that matter most to bodywork. Learn to [...]

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Workshop: Introduction to Ayurveda for Bodyworkers with Yogita Wengatz

August 18th, 2010

Learn about the origins of Ayurveda, the building blocks (5 Elements, 3 Doshas, 20 Gunas) of your constitution and how to determine your constitution (Prakruti/Vikruti) and why it matters (Diet/Lifestyle). Learn about disease processes (Samprapti) and how to balance/detox your body. Learn about the ayurvedic organ systems (Dhatus) that matter most to bodywork. Learn to [...]

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