World Ayurveda Day Celebrated on November 2, 2021 with more than 10 hours with eminent speakers in ayurveda and allied health professionals.
Master Del Pe is a world-class expert in healing science, Aquarian Martial Arts Yoga Sciences (AMAYS) and is internationally known as a modern sage. He integrates the wisdom of the East with the practical knowledge of the West. His mission includes helping people live their greatest life and master life ahead of its time. Author of 5 bestselling books, he is the Founder of MDP BElife and MDP Foundation and the architect of the BEinshape Program with 12 specializations including Diabetes, Heart Disease, Women’s Health and HIV/AIDS.
Master Del Pe's talk and practical workshop will offer a new breakthrough paradigm enabling women to manage their life and health and prevent imbalances in their relationships. This is accomplished by harmonizing vitality and power along with the heart and mind. By harmonizing will-power with the love nature and creative intelligence not only will health be empowered, but women’s financial sustainability, careers, social contribution, spirituality and capacity to be fulfilled will be enhanced. Master Del Pe will demonstrate and teach several easy-to-learn meditations and breathe science techniques accompanied by powerful martial arts. These strategies increase women's internal stamina, boost their will-power, heal their emotions, sharpen their minds and awaken the power of their soul. There are 5 key areas of life that must be managed for women to not only are healthy, happy and successful, but also to be totally self-fulfilled. His new paradigm on women's health and life strategies includes the ancient wisdom of the vedas and the Trinity of Life philosophy espoused by the masters of the East: Power, Love and Light. Master Del Pe has developed a deep understanding of the interplay of the effects of vitality, the emotions and mind in order to bring balance in your energy system and consciousness. The secrets of weight loss and internal stamina draw upon the same forces used in fighting depression, overcoming suicidal tendencies and even affecting diabetes – namely will-power. The exercises and breathing techniques that empower relationships and achieve inner peace are based on the same principles as the ones used for healing the immune system and cancer. The techniques to heal mental illness and addictive behavior are the same line of strategies for fighting guilt and hatred. Master Del Pe's practical training will be accompanied by his books, CDs and DVDs. He will also be available also for mentoring.
Sonia Masocco is a North America Associate Professional Member of Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America (AAPNA) and Professional Member of National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA), the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy as well as a member of the American Herbalist Guild. Faculty of the Ayurvedic Institute, she teaches Ayurvedic herbology and maintains a private practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ms. Masocco has been involved in complementary and alternative health since 1997 where she also worked in an integrative clinic in Hong Kong. Sonia Masocco’s teaching style is dynamic and stimulating, knowing how to make information come alive and be applicable.
Balancing Hormones with the use of aroma therapy
For centuries aromatherapy has been used to enhance health and beauty, with modern research we can now use this power plant medicine to address specific needs. In this presentation, you will understand the mechanisms of action of essential oils which are used to balance female hormones. You will also be exposed to methods of administration.
Liliana was born in Bogota, Colombia. She studied at the University of Ottawa followed by training in sports therapy specializing in massage and remedial bodywork at Raworth College of Natural and Sports Therapies, in Surrey, England. Liliana is a certified Ayurvedic Therapist Trained by Sri Sri Ayurveda in Quebec, Canada. Initially trained in Hatha yoga, Liliana has been studying and following a series of different Yoga practices combined with remedial bodywork and pilates for the last 8 years both in Canada, England and Spain. Liliana lives and works in Montreal, Canada.
Yoga For Your Dosha
This workshop will be a practical way to learn and practice the right asanas and pranayama exercises for your dosha type. A basic introduction of the doshas with their properties will be given to set the tone and foundation for the session. Explore body and breath.
Yogi Shri Amrit Ji is an internationally recognized authority in the field of yoga and health and has authored many books on personal growth health and transformation. He began teaching in 1960, making him one of the earliest pioneers of yoga in the West. He is the founder of the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, one of the largest holistic centers in America. The multi-level inner depth of yoga he developed has been so widely adopted, that today more than 5,000 yoga teachers and thousands of healing professionals teach his methodology in more than 40 countries around the world. He continues to provide accredited professional Yoga Nidra and Yoga Teacher Trainings (200- and 500-hour Yoga Alliance approved) through the Amrit Yoga Institute in Salt Springs, Fl. Over the past 50 years his teachings have made a powerful and profound impact that has touched the hearts of millions worldwide. His innovative Amrit Method® teachings are universal, insightful, experiential and easily adaptable by everyone, regardless of religious or cultural background.
The Role of Feminine Prana Shakti as Divine Mother: The Womb of Creation
Women are usually intuitively connected with their motherly, caring, loving, compassionate heart center. These are the integrative, self-balancing, dominant female qualities, in-born in the prana body of both males and females. Meaning, that either can be dominated by male or female qualities, but females can generally access their connection to Divine Mother, Prana Shakti more easily than males. The male consciousness operates aggressively through ego-mind. It creates mental, emotional conflicts and stress. It prevents us from connecting to the in-born, integrative, intuitive, healing power of the Cosmic Mother, Prana Shakti. It can be the “door” for health, well-being, and transformation for both sexes. Clearly, 85% of all illnesses such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, diabetes and obesity, represents just the surface symptoms. The cause of which remains hidden in the stress-producing, conflict –crating ego-mind. The entire body of the universe as well as our own body is animated by Shiva Consciousness and Cosmic Mother, Prana Shakti. This is the meaning of Ardhanarishvar Shiva that represents the union of Shiva and Shakti. This union is the experience of Samadhi. All human suffering is caused by abusive use of Prana Shakti. All health problems we face in our personal life and on our planet today, is caused by abusing the feminine power of Cosmic Mother, Prana Shakti. She is the womb of creation that provides our sustenance, survival, health and well-being. The purpose of the practice of both yoga and Ayurveda is to initiate healing through the union of Shiva and Shakti. It represents the self-balancing, harmonizing, unifying forces of body, mind, heart and soul. This is where healing comes from the very core of our Being. It restores balance between the male and female polarities of rationalizing left brain and intuitive right brain, Ida and Pingala nadi, sun and moon breath. In Sanskrit we call it Swasthya, being established in the Self, the Shiva Consciousness.
Author Suzanne Wells is a writer, musician and poet, and instructs in the yoga and Ayurveda traditions. She conducts workshops and classes so as to seat the seeds of ancient wisdom deep in the heart of students and readers, so they may shine forth brilliantly. Her forthcoming book: “One Wing the Book” and other articles on Yoga, Ayurveda, Mothering, Writers Angst, Music, Art.
Weaving the threads of prana in your ayurveda practice
Ayurveda is a sister science of yoga and was intended to be practiced with her. A discussion on how to re-enkindle reverence for the great medical science of Ayurveda in union with the practice of yoga. When the client is properly educated with simple yoga tenets, they are empowered to comply with Ayruveda recommendations and seek further education and treatment. The blending of Vedic sciences is powerful and allows Ayurveda practitioners to offer clients a greater variety of treatment plans. Practical and philosophical discussion on how to return a sense of reverence to the study the Ayurveda vidya and for Her benevolent gift of connecting with Nature -deeply. Clients respond to this and become motivated to seek further possibilities of healing with Ayurveda.
Doug Hayward: Yoga instructor at Penn State University in State College. Yoga Instructor at Yoga in State College, a studio open for the purpose of introducing Yoga to the students of Penn State and the Central Pennsylvania Community ERYT 200, RYS 200 thrugh Yoga Alliance.
In Pada I of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali it is stated that: The Word of Ishvara, is AUM (or OM). This is the Pranava. Through the sounding of the Word and through reflection upon its meaning, the Way is found. In Nano yoga we incorporate the sound of OM into the five movements based on the Five Tibetans. Modifications are taught for those unable to perform the exact positions.
Pada 1 further states: From this comes the realization of the Self (the soul) and the removal of all obstacles. To overcome the obstacles and their accompaniments, the intense application of the will to some one truth (or principle) is required. Also, it is said that: The peace of the chitta is also brought about by the regulation of the prana or life breath. During Nano Yoga we are taught to regulate the breath in realtion to the movements of the body and to stay focused on the breath by listening to and feeling the breath while we are in motion.
Going back to Pada 1 we learn that: The mind can be trained to steadiness through those forms of concentration which have relation to the sense perceptions. During the repetition phase of Nano Yoga we are trained to become aware of the extremeties (fingers and toes) and to use same as a method of counting as opposed to a mental counting of the repetitions. Through this practice we achieve a tri-binding life experience that cleanses the body, stills the minds and When this super-contemplative state is reached, the Yogi acquires pure spiritual realization through the balanced quiet of the chitta (also adapted from Pada 1).
Each participant will be instructed in the movements, the method of counting, the timing and duration of the breath as well as the incorporation of the sound of OM into the practice.
Karyn A. Chabot -I opened Sacred Stone Healing Center the year I graduated from The Ayurvedic Institute in 1997. I cognized Sacred Stone Massage Therapy and was the first to bring Hot Stone Massage to the East Coast. I trained over 1,000 Sacred Stone Therapists and my classes are approved by the NCBTMB. I graduated from Goddard College with a BS in Alternative Health and from Universal Massage Therapeutics. I was an adjunct faculty professor at Bristol Community College in Rhode Island; I created 7 instructional DVDS and Manuals on Ayurvedic Bodywork that I sell online. I am a nationally certified yoga instructor, a candidate for a Master’s degree in Vedic Science at MUM and a mother of an amazing 20 year-old daughter.
Harmonious Hormone Health Using Topical Medicated Ghee Applications to 'Achieve hormone balance with topical medicated ghee applications'
History of how I came across this formula in Dr. Lad’s class in 1997 and a recap of what he claimed it could do for the female body. Defining the term “hormone precursor” as found in Shatavari, Vidari and Ashwaganda and how it doesn’t interfere with the body’s natural intelligence. Symptoms that can be alleviated with medicated ghees such as peri and post menopause, sagging breasts, small breasts, fibrocystic breasts, systemic ama, liver toxicity, breast cancer, emotional trauma and more…. Instructions for application, incorporating an infusion of prana and specific circular direction for desired outcome. The koshas and connection between the breasts, the emotional body and heart basti with a focus on the role of ashoka.
Benefits, precautionary measures and contraindications. Presentation from pubmed.com scientific studies showing the efficacy of topical creams and lotions for specific medical conditions. Explain how and why the skin of the artarva and shukra dhatus allow for the most effective penetration of topical applications of medicated ghees and lotions and the nature of the nipples as doorways into the body. Elaborate on the basic instructions on the authentic way to make medicated ghees, according to the Veda.
Dr. Ashlesha Raut, Dr. Sujata Gadre, Dr. Manisha Madhavi, Dr. Jaya Daptardar, Dr. Vijay Jadhav, Dr. Raj Mann
Dr. Pratibha Shah, Dr. Archana Kulkarni, Dr. Jyothi Bhatt, Dr. Manisha Kshirsagar, Dr. Hemant Kumar Gupta, Dr. Suresh Swarnapuri, Dr. Bhupinder Brar