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Ayurvedic Practitioner- As defined by the NAMA Scope of Guidelines: This category includes Ayurvedic professionals with additional training in pathology and disease management beyond that of the Ayurvedic Health Counselor. These professionals
also practice preventive healthcare and health promotion, using diet and lifestyle. (The recommended hourly range of training for this category is 1500-2500 hours).
Julie’s passion for plants, organic gardening and herbal medicine led her to begin studying in 1995 as an apprentice for Great Mothers Goods in Durango Colorado.Later she focused on the specifics of organic and sustainable, high altitude cultivation of medicinal plants and foods at the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute in Basalt Colorado. She completed 2 years of intensive study at the Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies (RMCBS) in Boulder Colorado (now the North American Institute of Medical Herbalism), graduating in 2002. At RMCBS she learned from some of the country’s most accomplished herbalists including Paul Bergner, Matthew Becker, Brigitte Mars, and Cascade Anderson Geller, and there was introduced to Ayurveda by Dr. Alakanada Ma and Candis Cantin. Her continued interest in Ayurveda eventually led Julie to New Mexico where she studied with Dr. Vasant Lad, at the Ayurvedic Institute, graduating in 2010. She increased her knowledge of Ayurveda by continuing studies in India with various Ayurvedic doctors and pharmacists and graduated from the pharmacy program at Greens Ayur Center, Kerala India in 2011.
A Sanctuary dedicated to healing the Body, Mind, Spirit, Soul and addressing the root cause of any dis-harmony at all of these levels.The Sanctuary is a complete Holistic Wellness Center and Yoga studio. Our Yoga classes are semi-private, affordable and authentic. The ultimate goal of Yoga is to reach complete peacefulness of body and mind, helping you relax and manage stress and anxiety. Regular practice will improve your physical health in terms of strength, flexibility, stamina, balance and help you reach all your health goals. Along the way, you will feel more peaceful, positive and happier!
Balance & Bliss Ayurvedic Lifestyle Center offers Ayurvedic consultations and traditional Ayurvedic treatments designed to restore your personal balance.“Spring has sprung” is a fun alliteration, but the season didn’t really “spring” up on us. That would imply a clearly defined state of exiting one season and being firmly established in the next. Here in Florida we experience a more subtle transition from summer’s lush coverage to the trees losing leaves and then blooming. It is not as defined as the northern cycle of autumn to winter to spring
The practice of yoga is an art and science dedicated to creating union between body, mind and soul.Make the path to well-being enjoyable with authentic healing methods which honor and respect you for who you are and assist you to achieve your goals. In a safe environment you receive the support that you need through healing modalities that are firmly grounded in Eastern traditions of India and Tibet and have been practiced for thousands of years.
Ayurvedic Practitioner & Yoga Instructor: Featured in Chicago Wellness MagazineChicago Wellness Magazine, YOGA FOR TRI-ATHELETES & MARATHON RUNNERS, June 2005 Quoted in Kripalu Yoga- A Guide To Practice On and Off the Mat, by Richard Faulds and Senior Teachers of Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, 2005 Yoga Chicago~November 2009 featured in Teacher Profile
Love and Compassion / Aligning with the Planet / Service and ResponsibilityAyurveda may be translated as the ancient science of living life in balance. When life is in balance, we are healthy. When imbalances occur, we experience disease. Ayurveda is one of the oldest and most comprehensive systems of healthcare. Over 5,000 years ago, Hindu physicians wrote about their findings and methods. Based on the writings from the Vedas, the principles of Ayurveda aim to not only heal the sick, but to prevent illness and endow us with a long and healthy life. Ayurveda teaches that each individual has a unique constitution and therefore needs to be treated individually to bring back his or her specific balance.