Aromatherapy

  Aromatherapy – Ayurvedic Aromatherapy In today’s world, many forms of treatments, both new and old, are available to bring greater vitality to our daily life. Aromatherapy is the art and science of using scent or aroma to beautify, rejuvenate, revitalize, and heal the body. Aromatherapy is an important part of home health care, because it puts the strongest concentration …

Tarpana

TARPANA (Relationship Healing) Is a healing ceremony that is used to release constraining thoughts about our relationships to others and to empower ourselves as an active co-creator of our lives. While Ayurvedic practices embrace foods, herbs, oils, and lifestyles as crucial healing modalities, it also acknowledges that our sense of connectedness to all things may be the most powerful factor …

Shirodhara

SHIRODHARA (Third Eye Balancing) Is the technique of administering a stream of warm oil onto the Third Eye area of the forehead. Shirodhara is most effective when it is administered after a massage or a Tarpana ceremony when the patient is relaxed and calm. Shirdohara stimulates the nervous system by releasing neuro-hormones and creating ecstatic feelings of relaxation and pleasure. …

Ayurveda- Science of Life

Ayurveda is the science of life based on the Vedas, the Hindu books of knowledge and wisdom. More than four thousand years old, Ayurveda is perhaps the most complete system of living, embracing not only medicine, but also philosophy, psychology, lifestyle, and health. Ayurveda is based on the idea that the universe is composed of five basic elements. The five elements, …

Pancha Karma Information

We are delighted that you are joining us for the Pancha Karma Program and look forward to being with you. This is the necessary information and preparatory procedures that would be most beneficial before your visit with us. In order to reserve your space, a deposit of $1,000 is required. Periodic Pancha Karma is the key to rejuvenation and longevity. …

The Kuti Experience

How to create a Kuti Experience in your home. By Dr. Bryan Miller The purpose of a Kuti Pravesika experience is to go deeply within and contact your “source” where everything is known, available and possible. This is where healing, rejuvenation and reconnection to purpose occur. This is accomplished by withdrawal of sensory input and distractions. There are 3 areas to plan for …