ayurveda Tag

Live Q&A With Drs. Welch & Svoboda For Alumni

Dr. Robert Svoboda and I generally offer these live, call-in Q&A sessions a couple times yearly, exclusively for alumni of our “Foundations of Ayurveda Part I“, “Part II“, “The Planets” and, “Pratyāhāra: Turning Attention Within” complete courses (sorry, not for stand alone a la carte...

Guṇas: The Language of Ayurveda & Foundation of Doṣas

Burlington Yoga 215 College Street, Burlington, VT, United States

Note: This course description was originally for a longer, in -person course. Due to Covid, this will be a one hour Zoom class, so we won't be able to cover all of this. The 20 gunas, or qualities, of Ayurveda provide a foundation for understanding...

Live, Free Session with Drs. Ramkumar & Welch This Thursday

You are warmly invited to join Dr. Ramkumar and me in a free session at 10:30am ET (New York Time) on Thursday, June 16 (in case you've lost track of time, that's a few days from now) to introduce and explore Satsangam's Life Map. What's...

CAAM Ayurveda Conference-interdisciplinary approach to women’s health

From CAAM: CAAM's Conference will address where Ancient Medicines and Modern Science meet... Master Teachers and Researchers will be sharing their perspectives and findings, bridging the Gap of the causative factors and the unseen forces that have existed through millennia, brought to bear with Modern...

Forest Dweller Retreat: Navigating the Vānaprastha Stage of Life

Vaidyagrama, an Ayurveda Healing Village 15(1) Rottikaranur Road, Thirumalayampalayam Post,, Madukkarai via Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India

NOTE: This event was originally scheduled for October, 2021 but has been postponed due to the uncertainty related to Covid19 around travel in these times. If you had registered for the original dates, kindly contact vaidyagrama to make new arrangements. Vānaprastha is the third of...

USD650 – USD1900

May Sessions of Vedic Threads: The Heart & The Mind; Neha Tiwari & Laura Clarke Stelmok


In Indian wisdom traditions, the words for, “mind” (manas) and, “heart” (hṛdayam) seem interchangeable in certain contexts. And sometimes not. What are the differences and connections between the two? Why is this important or meaningful? Is the heart concurrently a physical, mental and energetic organ? Is the mind?

In the first of the May sessions of Vedic Threads, linguist and lover of literature, culture, and knowledge Neha Tiwari has accepted an invitation to join Drs. Ramkumar and Claudia to explore a bit of Ayurveda, tantra and bhakti perspectives on these questions. In the second May session, Laura Clarke Stelmok has accepted an invitation to join the conversation and share a perspective the tradition of Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, a Sufi teacher in the Naqshbandiyya-Mujaddidiyya Sufi Order.

New: Women’s Health & Hormones online course taught by Dr. Welch, with an innovative approach to understanding women’s hormones and health conditions. Designed for everybody, regardless of medical background, from MDs to professionals of Ayurveda or TCM, to anyone interested in women’s health.