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Introduction to Ayurveda II w/Yogita Wengatz and Sonia Masocco

January 20th, 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 Ayurveduc Principles for Self-Care and Daily Practice. Instructor: Yogita Wengatz  505-414-7620 for more information Sunday, March 20 (8:30am-6pm)   [...]

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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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Autumn: Season of the Metal Element

October 29th, 2010

Chinese Medicine associates each season with an element and its related organs. Autumn is Metal element. The yin Metal organ and meridian is Lung. The Lung’s yang counterpart is Large Intestine. During autumn, the Lung and Large Intestine are more susceptible to imbalances. With the change in temperature, one is more prone to respiratory conditions, such as colds and flu. Wei qi is the type of qi associated with the Lung. It is defined as protective qi, qi that protects us from exogenous pathogenic factors, such as wind, cold and damp. This type of qi can become challenged during autumn.

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A Highly Vibrating Intense Etheric Essence

October 18th, 2010

Robert Stevens comments on excerpts from Health Building by Dr. Randolph Stone Dr. Stone: “The location of this energy is in the core of the brain and the spinal cord, where it exists as a highly vibrating intense etheric essence, of a neuter polarity as a molecular energy, which is the key to the entire [...]

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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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A Short History of Nature Cure and Natural Therapeutics

March 23rd, 2010

The use of nature for healing began in the dawn of human history. Primitive peoples thought that illness was a form of punishment sent by the gods. They performed ceremonies to placate the gods so that their suffering would be removed. Eventually, gifted individuals turned to nature for answers.

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