Check out what is happening with Bhumi Shakti Ayurveda
5-Day All-inclusive Ayurvedic Diet and Lifestyle Retreat
January 17 - 21, 2024
Award-winning accommodations, Ayurvedic meals with private chef, courses taught by NAMA certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, daily yoga, morning sadhana, hands-on learning, afternoon excursions, transportation in town, group activities, and private consultations. Attendees will receive a certificate of completion upon conclusion of the retreat. All experiences and courses are taught by experts in their fields. Includes all taxes and gratuities!
Anyone booking directly through the website qualifies for an 18% discount!
KSKQ Radio Interview
Tuesday, November 14 at 1pm
Interviewed by Karen Maleskti on the local radio show Public Health Matters, this interview delves into my origins in Ayurveda, my inspirations, current projects, Holiday tips with Holiday eating, and my journey with the Divine Feminine during my overseas years of live.
Foundational Concepts of Ayurveda
at Elder Apothecary
We will discover the 5 Great Elements that compose the three Doshas (physio-metabolic types). We will explore the qualities and characteristics of each Dosha type, and through Self-Observation (Svadyaya) analyze what yours might be. Finally, we will look into general tips and overviews on keeping your Dosha-type in-balance through general guidelines on diet, lifestyle, and introspection of our True nature.
Shadras: The Healing Powers of the Six Ayurvedic Tastes
at Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library
Ayurveda is a holistic eastern healing system that originates in ancient India. According to Ayurveda, there are 5 elements that we consume and digest through what we eat as well as the environment around us. These 5 elements make up our “dosha” type, also known as our physio-metabolic constitution type.
Depending on one’s inherent nature as well as the current imbalances they may be experiencing, different tastes (“rasas”) are key to reducing excess accumulations as well as nourishing any depletions. Food choices are pertinent in the concept of “let thy food be thy medicine,” and is something that the majority of us have a certain amount of control over in our lives.
We will go into detail about the benefits and properties of each taste and what happens if we include too little or too much of any of them. No food is considered inherently “good” or “bad,” as each substance in the universe has potential to be used as medicine, depending on time, place, and circumstance.
Come learn about how you can use the Shadras (6 tastes of Ayurveda) to balance your mind, body, and spirit.
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Conscious Living Fair
at Lithia Loft
Sarah sets up at local Holistic Fairs to represent Ayurveda in the local community and give treatments in Marma, a type of Ayurvedic massage that uses pressing pressure points to release tension and supressed emotions and toxin buildup.
Featured Presentations Sarah has given at Holistic Fairs include:
”Falling into the Cold Seasons: Ayurvedic Prep for Autumn and Winter”
"Dosha A, B, C's"