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According to Ayurveda and Yoga

According to Ayurveda and Yoga

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April 07th 2015:Ayurveda, Yoga and Subtle Therapies

Subtle therapies stimulate the subtle nature of the body and have a direct affect on the nervous system, the conscious and subconscious mind. They are effective for emotional and mental disturbances ranging from anxiety, stress and worry to chronic conditions such as depression and autism. Mental disturbances are caused by vata aggravation and by combining therapies, emotional and mental balance can be restored. Essential oils are the pure essence of plants and are used in aromatherapy to effect subtle energy. Shirodhara meaning “pouring oil on the head”, is associated with pancha karma, a det

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Sonia Masocco

After a successful career with an Italian fashion company and many years of travel, Sonia Masocco now studies and practices natural healing modalities. She qualified in Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Massage Therapy from the “International Therapy Examination Council” and studied Clinical Aromatherapy and Herbology. She completed the Ayurveda and Gurukula Program at “Ayurvedic Institute” in Albuquerque, New Mexico and in India. Sonia is a professional member of the “National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy” the “American Herbalist Guild” the “National Ayurvedic Medical Association” and the “Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America”. Sonia maintains a private Phytotherapy
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Dr. Acharya Trigunateet Jaimini is a well known “Sitar Maestro” and Ph.D of extraordinary education and experience, with a lifetime of dedication to traditional Indian music. He is recognized internationally as a performer with exceptional skill and has been selected three times as the world’s record holder, in “World Amazing Book of Records”. In the India & Limke Book of Records he received a special honor as “The Youngest Sitar Performer with the Toughest Mathematical Rhythms”. He is the Ph.D resident guide to music students and research scholars at the “University Grant Commission” where he lectures and demonstrates at music research seminars. In conjunction with Italian guitarist D. Tu
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