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According to Ayurveda and Yoga

According to Ayurveda and Yoga

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March 10th 2015:Ayurveda, Yoga and Women's Health

Holistic health recognizes that body, mind and spirit are not only connected but interconnected. The female body goes through significant transformation in puberty, in pregnancy and in menopause and ayurveda believes that these naturally occurring processes should be supported by natural means. Natural childbirth, reproductive issues and support for women related to health will be discussed. Men and women have masculine and feminine energies and the feminine is that of nurturing, caring and emotion which nature gives for procreation. In traditionally the Goddess is revered for her creative po

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Terra Rafael

In her career as a midwife Terra Rafael attended hundreds of home deliveries between 1981 and 2001, was a teacher of over one hundred and fifty midwifery students and apprenticed many in her practice. In 2001 she retired and certified as an ayurvedic practitioner through Alandi Ayurveda Gurukula, and became a certified practitioner of “Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy.” She founded holistic health practices “WiseWomanhood” in 2001 in Lafayette Colorado and “Roots of Wellness Ayurveda” in Boulder, Colorado. She currently serves on the Colorado Ayurvedic Medicine Association board and teaches at “Sacred Window for Maternal Child Health”. She has written for several related publica
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Jaya Devi

Jaya Devi has a PH.D. in Sanskrit. Originally from Belgium she found her spiritual home in India as a disciple of Sri Satyanarayana Dasa Babaji, the founder-director of the JIVA Institute of Vaishnava studies in Vrindavan, U.P. India. For the past ten years she has been secretary of the JIVA institute where she manages the library, coordinates seminars, cultural activities and runs inspirational workshops and projects for women in India and Europe. Even though strongly drawn to Indian culture, she was unable to except the common beliefs about women, questioning whether they were actually rooted in Vedic teachings. Her book “From Taj to Vraj” reveals the feminine nature of the soul and its
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