The word “Ayurveda” literally means ‘the knowledge of life’. Although the exact age of Ayurveda is not known, it’s thought to span back several millennia. The texts of Ayurveda explain its origin as being a transmission of knowledge upon enlightened beings [rishis] at a time of increased illness and suffering in the world. This transmission of knowledge was solely to help uncover the deepest truths for easing the suffering of mankind.
Recommended Ayurvedic Practitioners
Dr. Sanjay Pisharodi, M.D. is a holistic health practitioner and teacher, specialized in Palliative Oncology from Cardiff University (UK) and University of California (USA). He is also qualified in several alternative therapies – Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Yoga, Naturopathy, Sujok, Pranic healing, Medical Astrology and others, thus making the way for the practice of integrated holistic medicine.
Craig Williams, L.Ac., is a clinical herbalist and Ayurvedic practitioner providing a variety of services including Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine specializing in gynecology, digestive disorders, and musculo-skeletal injuries. Craig also provides expertise in Ayurveda & Yoga … and much more.
Dr. Shriniwas Gujjarwar is an Ayurvedic Surgeon in india. You can refer me Ano rectal cases like piles, fistula, fissures and Urinary calculus , Non healing chronic ulcers ( wounds ) specially burgers disease for Ayurvedic management.
Manas Kshirsagar M.S. Manas Kshirsagar is a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner. He comes from a Rig Vedic Bramhin tradition with an extensive Ayurvedic background. He graduated from Aloha Ayurveda Academy and completed his BS in Health and Physiology from Maharishi University of Management. He is an acclaimed Wellness Consultant, and expected to complete his Masters program (Ayurveda & Integrative Medicine).
Kyle Roberts is a graduate of the Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico where under the tutelage of Dr. Vasant Lad he studied the theoretical and clinical aspects of Ayurveda. Before, during, and after his formal ayurvedic training Kyle has studied Jyotish (classical vedic astrology), Ashtanga Yoga, Sanskrit, and herbology, as well as various practices of meditation and pranayama.
Lakshmi Devi Costello has been a student and Practitioner of holistic healing modalities since 1989. She has practiced as a Licensed Massage Therapist for over 20 years and is well versed in many modalities.
Vishnu M.Ayu, BA Psy., LMT, CSP, E-RYT, CS2, is a licensed massage therapist with more than 15 years of experience and Master’s of Ayurveda/Yoga from Hindu University of America. He is the owner of ‘Hidden Health’ Center and offers Ayurveda out of a few locations.
Mary Bruck has a unique understanding of eastern and western health. Mary is certified as an Ayurvedic practitioner, herbalist, yoga instructor with advanced training in Ayurvedic yoga, and as a panchakarma therapist. She is also registered with NAMA, the National Ayurvedic Medical Association.
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