Yoga Vacation Program
March 25 — 27, 2023

Ayurveda for Emotional Healing

Suhas Kshirsagar and Manisha Kshirsagar

In this program join foremost experts of yoga and Ayurveda, Suhas and Manisha Kshirsagar, and discover how emotional healing can be found through Ayurvedic techniques and practices.

Explore Vedic wisdom for enlightened living, learn about the Mind and its connection to our emotions, and discover Ayurvedic protocols for lessening the impact of a toxic world. Partake in a discussion of Rasayana (otherwise known as longevity) and learn about the art and science of metabolizing experiences.

Offered as 3 satsangs and 4 workshops (subject to change)

Leave this retreat with an incredible Ayurvedic toolkit involving:

  • An understanding of the intimate connections between spirituality and medicine
  • How emotions manifest in the body as aftereffects of the mind
  • The hot belly diet – how to use Ayurveda as a program to lose weight and feel great
  • The fundamentals of Ayurveda as a detox diet that nourishes the body, cleansing internally without deprivation or mental anguish
  • A holistic Ayurvedic approach that truly encapsulates the definition of Ayurveda as “Science of Life”, with an overview of the basics of medical astrology and Vedic counseling
  • How to turn your at-home kitchen into a herbal pharmacy and concoct a number of Ayurvedic home remedies
  • How to determine your dosha and eat for your dosha
  • How to understand and synchronize with the kala chakra or the rhythms of nature

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is a natural system of medicine that originated in India more than 3,000 years ago! Derived from the Sanskrit words ayur (life) and veda (science or knowledge), Ayurveda translates to the knowledge or science of life.

The system of Ayurveda attributes disease to imbalances in a person’s consciousness. It prescribes treatments unique to the individual’s bodily constitution (Prakriti) based upon the 3 life forces or Doshas: movement (Vata), metabolism (Pitta), and nourishment (Kapha).

What are the benefits of Ayurveda?

The primary focus of following Ayurvedic principles in everyday life (including in diet, sleep habits, daily routines, physical fitness, etc.) is to find and maintain balance between the body, mind, spirit and the environment through an internal purification process accompanied by a dosha-specific diet, herbal remedies, yoga, and meditation. Treatment aids the individual by eliminating impurities, reducing symptoms, increasing metabolism and resistance to disease, quietening mental anguish and bringing harmony to all areas of life. Knowledge of Ayurveda helps one to maintain general health and wellbeing long-term by allowing one to treat imbalances as they occur and before they manifest as greater problems to worry about (such as serious illnesses).

Suhas Kshirsagar, BAMS, MD, holds a degree in Ayurvedic medicine from Pune University in India and currently practices in Santa Cruz, California. He is one of the few Ayurvedic practitioners who brings a detailed knowledge of medical astrology into his clinical practice. Dr. Kshirsagar is author of the best-selling book The Hot Belly Diet, which earned him a guest spot on the Dr. Oz show. He has also shared the stage with motivational speakers like Deepak Chopra, Tony Robbins, Andrew Weil, and Wayne Dyer. Dr. Kshirsagar travels the world popularizing Ayurvedic medicine and offering courses for both medical professionals and laypeople and teaching at Ayurvedic schools. A consultant to a number of nutraceutical companies, he is the formulator of the popular products Zrii, Nutiiveda, and Accell.

Manisha Kshirsagar, BAMS, earned her Ayurvedic degree from Pune University in India and also trained at the Indian College of Naturopathy. She specializes in women’s and children’s health care as well as skin care and natural beauty treatments. In addition to her degree in Ayurveda, she is a licensed esthetician and certified yoga teacher. She has been traveling world-wide helping to propagate the knowledge of Ayurveda and is on the faculty of several Ayurvedic colleges in the United States. The author of Ayurveda: A Quick Reference Handbook, she currently practices in Santa Cruz, California.

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