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Radha Crawley – Practical Ayurveda: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times
Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (MST)
Practical Ayurveda: Ancient Practices for Modern Times In this experiential workshop we will find out how Ayurveda, the ancient science of life from India and sister science to yoga, can be applied in everyday life to bring us bliss and happiness in ANY situation. Our inherent nature is to be in balance, so we must only be reminded of these ancient principles so that they can awaken and nourish every part of of being that already knows. Join us in an exploration of several daily practices anyone can implement for access to your inherent perfection. We will experience marma therapy to open and activate nadis, srotas and chakras, aromatherapy for emotional release, mudra and mantra for connection to the divine and pranayama to cleanse the nadis.
Radha Crawley, LMT, CAE, Ayurvedic BodyworkerRadha has been living holistically for over a decade. She received her Certification in Ayurvedic Education from NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association) approved school Kanyakumari Ayurveda in Milwaukee, WI. She is a Nationally Certified and an Arizona Licensed Massage Therapist. Currently she is studying with Ayurvedic Doctor, Vaidya RK Mishra whose lineage goes back to the beginning of Ayurveda in India. She is also working towards her Bachelors of Arts in Holistic Health and Transpersonal Psychology at Prescott College and expects to graduate in 2013. She has over 200 hours of Ayurvedic Bodywork training and plans on continuing her education in Ayurveda in India and in the US. www.samadhiayurveda.com
She strives to awaken her client’s heart and mind to the magic of Nature through Ayurveda, Aromatherapy, Massage, and Spa therapies. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her two girls, Jasmine Skye and Mira Shanti, and her husband, Aaron in nature hiking in the red rocks and building fairy houses.