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Category Archives: Ayurvedic Therapies

Cycle of Seasons and Ayurveda

October 17, 2011

Research Cycle of Seasons and Ayurveda by Zach Bubeck – Ayurveda Wellness Practitioner Student (San Diego College of Ayurveda) Tuesday, 23 August 2011, 10:19 PM Within the entire observable univ

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Panchakarma Workshop

December 15, 2010

Study Panchakarma. Attend a workshop cum retreat in San Diego. Learn about the Cleansing Detoxification Therapies of Ayurveda that include Abhyanga, Sweat Therapies, Purgative Herbs, Vamana, Nasya, S

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Face Massage – TMJ

November 20, 2010

Ayurvedic Face Massage, Abhyanga video by Dr. Monica Bhatia. This massage is useful for locked jaw, TMJ, headaches and migraine. More Info

Ayurveda in the 21st Century

October 18, 2010

In the 21st Century, the popularity of holistic methods has grown, especially in the United States, as people realize the importance of mind over body and choosing homeopathic alternatives rather tha

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Svedanam and Steam Therapy in Ayurveda

October 9, 2010

Swedanam or Steam Therapy followed by Abhyanga OIl Massage is of utmost importance in Ayurveda. Steam therapy increase eliminati

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Ayurveda and Memory

October 8, 2010

During a common cold, there is blockage of olfactory nerve there is a total loss of sensation of smell. This is very common example experienced by most of the people. Similarly, if there is any kind

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Maintaining Health during Season Change

September 29, 2010

cold dry day would even raise kapha. The year can be divided in two where we lose strength, stability, vitality and another when we build up those qualities. The year can also be described as the 6 s

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Ayurveda and Diet

September 28, 2010

By Shea Street Student: San Diego College of Ayurveda Right diet is the main factor in the treatment of the physical body. Without changing our diet, we cannot expect the body, which is its product, t

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Ayurveda, Yoga and Nadis

September 28, 2010

n many eastern health sciences, nadis are considered channels or tubes in the human body that carry prana. Prana is also known as energy or life force. These energy channels, or nadis, can be found in

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Ayurvedic Herbs for Self Healing

September 28, 2010

By choosing herbal medicine, one must recognize the value of the nature and the five elements within. Herbalists must become aware of the environment that surrounds not only themselves but also the en

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