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We All Have a Responsibility to Look at Injustice by Reema Datta

  Friends, It is a core teaching of Yoga and ancient philosophies worldwide that the outer world is a reflection of the inner. We all have a responsibility to look within and see our role in being creators, sustainers and destroyers of violence and injustice. With eyes of compassion and understanding we must look at our anger, attachments, jealousy, fear, anxiety and all mental habits that create and perpetuate injustice. We must look at our shadows. Let them speak to us and let us listen like mothers consoling a crying child. It's okay. Let the shadows surface and embrace them. Shadow comes from light. When you embrace the shadow, you touch the lesson, the reason, the source. What you embrace shifts. What you resist, persists. Embrace the seeds...

Ayurvedic Facial

Deep Cleansing Ayurvedic Facial is a special cleansing treatment using herbal steam, various herbs, and fresh fruits. This treatment enhances complexion, nourishes facial muscles, and alleviates blemishes. $160...

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Abhyanga

A full body massage using customized strokes and selected warm herbal oils chosen specifically for your body type. This treatment nourishes the skin, aids in removing impurities, stimulates arterial and lymphatic circulation, and relaxes the mind and body. Abhyanga promotes overall healing and nourishes muscle tissues and the nervous system. It also removes stagnant waste from the body. $90 (30 min. add-on to additional service), $160 (60 min.), $245 (90 min.)...

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Massage

Move gracefully from your asana class into our treatment room, and emerge feeling balanced, calm, and content....

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Marma Therapy

Marma Therapy is a method of clearing stress from the muscles, soft tissues, fascia, and vital points of the body....

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Ayurveda

The Sanskrit word Ayurveda stems from two roots: ayus which means life or life cycle and vid which means knowledge. So Ayurveda is the knowledge of daily living and the life cycle — a system of achieving and maintaining health. Ayurveda teaches that health is sustained through the balance of three vital energetic forces known collectively as the Doshas, and individually as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. The purpose of Ayurveda is to bring these three forces into harmony to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Initial Ayurvedic Consultation According to Ayurveda, when the Doshas are out of balance, one’s immunity level decreases. Imbalances lead to abnormal symptoms in the body or disease; they are the root causes of physical and emotional discomfort. Utilizing the traditional art of...

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