Pune, India: Ayurveda Intensive Training Jan 15 – Jan 29, 2014

Healing With Sacred Medicine Learn advanced Pancha Karma detoxification techniques and body purification rituals used for deep healing at a cellular and organ level. This rich program held in the motherland of India could change your life. Created by Mas Vidal and Dr. Ranade in conjunction with the esteemed Bharati Vidyapeeth University in Pune, India. Who’s coming with me! Rarely do you find this level of training at a medical university in India offered to Westerners with such open arms. This unique training, held at the highly esteemed Bharati Vidyapeeth University, was created just for us, and exists solely because of the relationship Dancing Shiva has cultivated over time with Ayurvedic professors and institutions in India after many years of travel to the country and a deep commitment to the practice.   Perfect for practitioners and therapists of the healing arts, this training does require Ayurvedic knowledge and prior training. Massage therapists, yoga teachers, naturopathic doctors, and herbologists, specifically those with a focus on Ayurvedic remedies, will learn advanced Pancha Karma detoxification techniques and body purification rituals used for deep healing at a cellular and organ level.   Curriculum Includes: – Advanced Pathology – Clinical Diagnosis – Ayurvedic Detoxification and Purification – Pancha Karma Treatment Protocols – Marma Points and Abhyanga for Healing – Shirodhara and Applications¬† of Medicinal Oils – Application of Yoga as Therapy (Asana, Breathwork, Meditation) – Herbology – 100 Hour Certification This rich program held in the sacred motherland of India is sure to change your healing practice, maybe forever.     “Healing with Sacred Medicine” Advanced Program for Practitioners was created by Mas Vidal, founder of Dancing Shiva in Los Angeles, and Dr. Ranade, founder of International Academy of Ayurveda in India, and developed in conjunction with the esteemed medical staff at Bharati Vidyapeeth University in Pune, India. This course offers 100-Hour Ayurveda Certification endorsed by Bharati Vidyapeeth University in Pune, India. See Video Here DATES: Jan 15th – 29th 2014 Rare Pricing Opportunity: Healing With Sacred Medicine: 2-Week Intensive Training Paid by December 1st: $2,320 ¬† A rare price for a rare training. An accessible and affordable program for those who wish to dive deeper into Ayurveda. Registrants must fly into Mumbai airport to arrive by January 14th, 2014. Price Includes Accommodations for two weeks of training.¬†Ground transportation to and from Mumbai airport is included in price and will be arranged for you....
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Baba Siri Chand

Learn About the Lineage of Naam Yoga   Eldest son as well as the disciple of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Baba Siri Chand Ji was highly respected by kings, saints, yogis, Sikh Gurus, and the common people of all sects and religions. Babaji devoted his long life (149 years) to meditation, preaching Nam, and to moral, spiritual, and religious uplift of society, helping the poor, the downtrodden, and those in need. As directed by his father and Master, Baba Siri Chand Ji played a unique role of setting the sadhu samaj on ther right path....
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Guru Nanak

Father of Naam Yoga Beginning with Guru Nanak, a lineage of great prophets appeared in India and became known as the Sikh Gurus. Guru Nanak (1469-1539 C.E.) was of contemplative temperament as a child, little interested in worldly matters. As a young man, he disappeared into a river for three days. When he reappeared, radiant, he proclaimed the universality of God, beyond sectarian divisions.Leaving his family behind and taking a Muslim musician with him, Guru Nanak undertook long journeys to preach the oneness of God and the fruitlessness of empty religious rituals. He engaged many Hindu and Muslim authorities in dialogue, composing hymns about inner versus outer ways of religion. He preached and lived according to a practical path to God: work hard to earn your own living, share with those in need from your earnings, and always remember God as the only Doer, the only Giver. He encouraged people to remember God by continually reciting Nam, the Name of God. Indian society of the time observed many social and religious distinctions between people, but Guru Nanak introduced the ideal of a new social order of equality, justice, and service to all. He sang of the one formless God whose Light is within everyone. Guru Nanak praised God, rather than himself, but many miracles have been attributed to his spiritual power and gurdwaras (Sikh temples) have been built at places where these miracles were said to have...
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Baba Varsa Singh Ji

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