Light Miller, ND., DD. received her B.S. in social science from UC Berkeley, became a Certified Massage Therapist at the LA School of Massage in 1967, and has since acquired over 38 years of experience as a health practitioner.
In addition to providing individual health counseling and teaching seminars, Light has trained and certified over 500 massage therapists. She is currently the only woman out of the 18 practitioners of Kaya Kalpa in the world. Kaya Kalpa is a branch of Ayurvedic Mystical Medicine, the oldest recorded healing art.
Light has been ordained as a minister since 1983. Her vision and her ministry is based on bringing awareness of health and spirituality to everyone that crosses her path. She teaches meditation, self development courses and helps people to find their passion and purpose in life. She received her Dr. of divinity and has followed her mission ever since.
On July 30, 2004 Light celebrated her birthday and entered the Kuti Hut on August 1, remaining there until August 31. An assembly of healers (both foreign and local) converged on Bryan and Light’s house to participate in treatments, celebration, and a group meditation. Joining in this event was an internationally known Ayurvedic practitioner, Greg Soucy.
Since beginning my healing service in 1967, I have traveled throughout the world. My journey has been very exciting, as I have connected with many who want to break old patterns and heal their pain. This demonstrates that within the heart of every human being there is a place that knows who they truly are and it continually motivates towards balance.
As a healer in a holistic practice in California, I worked long hours providing service to others without receiving adequate nurturing for myself. My health began to deteriorate and I became allergic to all concentrated foods and every supplement. This event led me back to my roots in Ayurvedic medicine, an ancient holistic approach that my grandmother shared with me when I was a young girl. I journeyed to India and studied this ancient method of healing, during which time I gained new insights about myself. My condition healed soon thereafter.
Dr. Bryan A. Miller, D.C. received his Chiropractic degree from Western States Chiropractic College. His unique ability as a healer is the result of extensive knowledge of the body’s systems and functioning, gained through more than 20 years of on-going studies in holistic health, massage, herbology, acupressure, diet, nutrition, bioenergetics, and psychology. Bryan has been teaching at Everglades University since 2006 as one the main teachers of the alternative health program.
Bryan’s passion is Cross Fibre Massage combined with Rebirthing Breath and Forgiveness Ritual. He loves teaching and is a Kaya Kalpa practitioner.
For more information please contact office: 954-923-4444
or Dr. Bryan Miller directly at 941-806-7213
Ramesh graduated from the Ayurvedic Gurukula 2 and has been working with Dr. Light Miller for the last 2 years at the Ayurvedic Center for Well-Being. He is an Ayurvedic Practitioner, a 500 RYT Yoga teacher and a meditation coach.
Paola Cortinez is from Mexico City. She graduated from the Ayurvedic Healers- Guru Kula program in 2011. Paola has been working alongside Dr. Bryan and Light Miller doing pancha karma and various Ayurvedic treatments such as Shirodhara, Tarpana, colon cleanse, body wraps, and many others for over 2 years. She is a Ayurvedic Practitioner and Chiropractic Assistant.