North Carolina (PRWEB) April 24, 2014
The California College of Ayurveda (CCA) is pleased to announce that Ayurvedic Consultations are now available in North Carolina. Ione Linker C.A.S. is the director of "Linker Elemental Healing Unlimited". She practices Ayurvedic Life Style, massage therapy, Yoga therapy, as well as herbal treatment, colon hydrotherapy, rebirthing breathwork, and Flower of Life Workshops. For more information, please visit http://www.ayurvedacollege.com.
The college's graduates are trained to understand a client physically, emotionally, and spiritually. From this understanding, practitioners identify the client's constitution and the nature of any imbalances, and then design and implement an appropriate treatment program. One part healer, one part counselor, one part coach, and one part guide, graduates help people create optimal conditions for healing, balance and harmony in their lives. Ayurvedic health practitioners and Clinical Ayurvedic Specialists transform the lives of their clients. Clinical Ayurvedic Specialists are the doctors of the future, using principles from the past to help people achieve balance, harmony, and health in the present.
Ayurveda is the traditional medicine of India. Ayurveda means in Sanskrit "knowledge or wisdom of life". While a medical science, its scope enters into the realms of the spirit and the transformation of consciousness. Its fundamental philosophy is that disease is the end result of living out of harmony with the environment. It believes that in order to re-establish optimal health, the individual must discover where we are living out of harmony and then adopt a life style which brings them back into harmony.
Ayurveda is based on the idea that we are all unique individuals with unique constitutions. As a result, each of our paths to create health is different. For instance, some people thrive on a vegetarian diet while others become weak or ill. In the same way people are not bothered by spicy diet while others get indigestion. These types of unique needs are not only true for diet but for every aspect of our environment including colors, sound, aromas, and work.
By helping a patient, an Ayurvedic practitioner starts by understanding the patient’s constitution and helps them control their environment in ways that can produce health for them. Treatment programs involve putting the patient on the appropriate food program, preparing herbs to assist healing, educating the patient about what colors and aromas support their well being and perhaps most importantly, analyzing the patient’s lifestyle to determine where there is harmony and where there is disharmony.
Established in 1995, the California College of Ayurveda is the longest running, State-approved college offering professional training programs for the study of Ayurvedic Medicine in the West. Ayurveda programs are offered in English throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. For more information, please visit http://www.ayurvedacollege.com or call +1 530 478 9100.