Ayurveda is an ancient system of preventative health care, rejuvenation and longevity. Ayurveda as a way of life creates harmony by teaching us to honor our individual nature, while we consciously following the rhythms and cycles of the natural world. Ayurveda gifts us with the knowledge of using foods, herbs, oils, gems, metals, colors, hatha yoga and meditation to maintain doshic balance.
Meditation is simply the art of letting go. It is the sacred art of forgetting everything of the world in order to remember everything of your true nature.... worded so beautifully in a meditation commentary by my late friend and spiritual sister - Bebe Butler
True spirituality is more than just a few moments of stillness. It's about using the qualities and the wisdom of the soul to navigate the daily journey of life. It's like taking the MAT to the STREETS.
Silence is a powerful tool for reaching the still point within, where we can look analytically but without judgment at ourselves, shining light on all the dark corners to achieve new states of wholeness.
This seven-day silent retreat is a promise of freedom like you’ve never experienced. Free yourself from harmful patterns seen and unseen, reconnect with your inner child, heal old wounds, and recalibrate your compass to create the life you deserve. More Info...
We invite you to honor your divine nature by learning the tools and practices needed to reach greater physical, emotional, and mental wholeness through greater understanding of your elemental nature. This is YOUR time, and Ayurveda, which translates into "the science of life," is the path.
While it is true that our inner state is paramount in shaping our experience in this physical world, understanding ourselves requires exploring our interrelationship with the five elements. How do the five elements impact our physical, mental, and emotional make-up? And what practices, from diet to physical care, can we use to heal our relationship with the five elements to reach new levels of physical wellness and spiritual wholeness?