The maximum potential of who you can be is guaranteed with the path of Yoga and Ayurveda. It is not a miracle or just a hope. If you follow the path the results will manifest and keep growing.
The first class is a donation of 25 soles to Shiva Yoga.
There is a survey below with 50 questions that will allow me to analyze you in accordance to these philosophies and use the answers as the base for our conversation and first training.
The goal of this path is achieve your maximum potential of expression.
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Ayurveda bar none is the most effective practice I have yet encountered to tread our mind, body and consciousness in a holistic way. Over 3000 years of observation is the premise combined with the tools of self development of Ayurveda, my mission is to help people one by one to find that place of balance, happiness and health.
The evaluation service is free of charge, and is a great way to learn more about my work, what it would be like training and calibrating together, and how Ayurveda and Yoga can guide you in achieving balance and creating a happier and healthier life. If you are new to Ayurveda check out read below prior to filling out the questionnaire.
Once you answer the 50 questions I will analyze the results and follow up and review together, as the first step in putting together a personalized plan for you.
My karma had me seek these teachings of Ayurveda which stands for “the science of life”. this is the ancient medical system of India whose metaphysics is the Samkhya system, which is the ground base for Yoga as well. Ayurveda is the healing system of Yoga.
Ayurveda is the science of the doshas which are threefold:
Vata: the element of air and ether.
Pitta: the element of fire and water.
Kapha: the element of water and earth.
This system teaches that all of us are composed of these 3 doshas to a certain degree on both the physical and mental level. when they are out of balance the disease process occurs. Ayurveda teaches us how to reach balance once they are out of order and how to maintain balance thereafter, specifically reversing the disease process and healing ourselves. This includes lifestyle changes like adopting a yoga practice, meditation, mantra, kirtan, specific diet, herbs, oil massages and more.
Compared to an allopathic approach, Ayurveda treats a person holistically removing illness at root and bringing both body and mind to balance, rather than treating a symptom which will most likely not have a long term effect.
As an Ayurveda lifestyle coach my goal is to provide my clients with the right knowledge to take care of themselves. That is more important than what I can do for them, as with Ayurveda it is about personal responsibility. It is up to us to learn and take care of ourselves.