Ayurveda’s main goal is to strengthen the immune system in order to create health, happiness and longevity in the physical body while acting as a foundation for spiritual progress in Yoga.
An Ayurvedic & Neuromuscular Massage Therapist
A Medical Manual Therapist & Ayurveda Massage therapist
Janani has over 30 years of experience in various teaching and therapeutic capacities including yoga instruction and therapy, osteopathic manipulative therapy and ayurveda therapies. Janani is one of the primary ayurveda therapists for Dhyanyoga Centers highly regarded Ayurveda Week Program and is also a senior yoga instructor at Dhyanyoga Centers where she has taught for over seven years. In addition to her work at Dhyanyoga Centers, Janani maintains an office in Lafayette.
Andreea specializes in Orthopedic Bodywork and practices functional as well as structural treatment methods. Her training includes certification in Zen Bodytherapy, Hanna Somatics and one-on-one mentoring in Ayurvedic therapies. In addition to her private practice, Andreea owns an organic spa that offers Ayurvedic treatments. Her interest concerns Ayurveda as a comprehensive and holistic healing science that unfolds as a living art.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner & Trauma Consultant, Yoga Instructor
Beth specializes in the treatment of trauma, abuse and relational issues. After participating in a two-year Tsunami recovery project in South India, in 2008 she founded Lotus Circle International (LCI) a nonprofit that provides training and treatment for integrative trauma healing to underserved populations worldwide. LCI Projects have focused on women’s empowerment and sex trafficking recovery in India and Nepal, as well as post civil war recovery in Sri Lanka.
The union of yoga and Ayurveda
is unique and complete;
as the yogis state,
it’s like “adding a beautiful fragrance to gold.”