Katie is a talented Ayurvedic Practitioner.
Roanoke, Virginia (PRWEB) April 16, 2014
The California College of Ayurveda (CCA) is pleased to introduce the Ayurvedic Health Practitioner Interns 2014. Interns have completed their academic studies and are now working under the supervision of an experienced clinical instructors. The talented group of interns comes from throughout the United States and Canada. In Virginia, consultations are offered by Katie Silcox, Ayurvedic Health Practitioner Intern from the California College of Ayurveda. For more information, please visit http://www.ayurvedacollege.com.
The Ayurvedic Health Practitioner (AHP) interns work on supporting their patients to adopt a healthy lifestyle that is in harmony with their constitution. When a patient sees an Ayurvedic Health Practitioner, they will learn your constitution as well as the nature of any imbalances. They will also receive support to adjust your diet and lifestyle accordingly and to normalize your digestion and elimination. As part of the program, an intern can include ayurvedic herbal medicines, aromatherapy, color therapy, sound and mantra, and Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy. This is the best of preventative health care. If a person has a specific condition and is looking for clinical management through Ayurvedic Medicine, they should consider having a consultation with a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist intern or graduate.
Ayurveda is growing more popular as people become familiar with the word and learning about what it is. Ayurveda is an ancient practice, yet it is seen as something new, to most. It is considered an alternative medicine approach, which is a growing need and want for many people in our society. It is important for Ayurveda to maintain integrity in its practice, teachings, as it grows. Thus, keeping true to its original teachings, and practices will help to keep consistency with the original texts and intentions of this fascinating practice.
The California College of Ayurveda is the first state-approved college for the study of Ayurvedic medicine in the United States. The Ayurveda School offers a variety of training programs. For more details, please visit http://www.AyurvedaCollege.com or call 530 478 9100.
"Ayurveda was a remedy to a life of imbalance. I walked away from a successful career in technology ten years ago. After years of shcmoozing with zany technologists, government agents, Chicago stock-brokers and a nearly-endless bevy of unhealthy, unfulfilled co-workers, I decided that the corporate patriarchy was slowly sucking the soul-marrow out of my bones. I had a hunger to know myself. I watched as people who had full tanks of cash, cars, designer clothes and power, slowly drowned their minds in alcohol, drugs and other pain killers. It was more than my heart could watch.
I wanted to know my life’s purpose -something that all of the money, beautiful power-elite friends and my current understanding of the world would never satisfy. I wanted to live a life of fullness - the kind of life that continually allowed my heart to open - whether it was breaking from sadness or bursting with awe. I wanted to live in integrity with my own version of God. And I wanted to heal my own body and mind.
I felt that the body was a wise, spirit-infused animal, intimately connected to Nature and her rhythms. When I first heard of Ayurveda, I understood immediately that there was an entire life-science affirming what my inner intuition was whispering. From then onward, I was a student, and will continue to dive into Ayurveda’s wisdom and mystery as long as I live."