WHAT IS it
A 5,000-year-old natural healing science from India, Ayurveda focuses on the whole person and seeks to correct the imbalances and the root cause of disease. It does this by first determining the unique constitution of each individual, and then subscribing a plan that includes a combination of healthy foods, medicinal herbs, yoga, meditation, breath work, and other rejuvenating and healing therapies. All in an effort to restore the mind and body to a state of balance, radiance, joy, and vitality.
WANT TO LEARN MORE: EVENTS & workshops w/Sandhiya Ramaswamy
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 3PM
WHAT IS AYURVEDA: A FREE INTRODUCTORY DISCUSSION
Come to this talk and understand what Ayurveda, the sister science of Yoga is all about. Ayurveda, meaning 'Science of Life', is considered to be the Mother of all healing systems. Yoga and Ayurveda together promise 'Perfect Health' on all levels - mind, body and spirit. Ayurveda is wholistic, customized and empowering medicine - come to this talk, and take home not just information about this ancient wisdom, but a few practices to elevate your health - mind, body and spirit.
OCTOBER DATE TBA
AN AFTERNOON OF AYURVEDA: ANCIENT WISDOM FOR LIVING OUR BEST LIFE - MIND, BODY & SPIRIT
Ayurveda (Science of Life and living) is the sister science of Yoga. Both Yoga and Ayurveda were developed over 5,000 years ago to help us achieve 'Perfect Health'. You have discovered the many benefits of Yoga, come see what Ayurveda can do for you.
Join us for an engaging and inspirational talk on Ayurveda. Learn the basic concepts of Ayurveda and see how your unique mind-body type influences your health (mind, body, and spirit). Understand the root cause of many physical and emotional symptoms from the lens of Ayurveda. The best part - You will take home simple, practical and powerful Ayurveda practices to elevate your health - mind, body and spirit.
Sandhiya Ramaswamy MBA CAS PKS
Sandhiya is a Clinical Ayurveda Specialist (CAS), Master Teacher at the California College of Ayurveda, and a Professional member of the National Ayurveda Medical Association. For nearly a decade, she has led hundreds of clients, students, and community members in experiencing the transformative power of Ayurveda. Sandhiya brings a deep passion and spirited nature to her work making her one of the most sought-after practitioners in Southern California. Along with her MBA and corporate experiences, she brings a well-rounded perspective to the principles of this ancient medicine with a blend of certifications in yoga, Thai massage, and culinary arts. Her insight and expertise have been featured on Deepak Chopra’s widely followed Chopra Center articles, local California publications, and on popular podcasts and radio shows. She is a regular speaker at mind, body wellness conferences, and events.
To learn more about Sandhiya, her offerings and ayurveda, visit her Website.
“The one who is established in the Self, who has balanced doshas (biological energies), balanced agni (digestion), properly formed dhatus (tissues), proper elimination of malas (waste products), properly functioning bodily processes, and whose mind, soul and senses are full of bliss, is called a healthy person.” Sushruta, Ayurvedic doctor, 1000 BC