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Consultas de Mediicna Ayurveda (Ayurvedic Consultations) in Seoul, Korea del Sur Offered by Brittany Maxey

March 6, 2014

Brittany is an Ayurvedic Health Practitioner Intern.

Seoul, Korea del Sur (PRWEB) March 06, 2014

The California College of Ayurveda and Escuela de Ayurveda de California is pleased to introduce you to our Ayurvedic Health Practitioner Interns 2014. Our Interns have completed their academic studies and are now working under the supervision of our experienced clinical instructors. For more information visit http://www.EscuelaAyurveda.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, you will learn your constitution as well as the nature of any imbalances. Patients 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 is the best of preventative health care! If a patient are have a specifc condition and are looking for clinical management through Ayurvedic Medicine, they should consider having a consultation with an Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist intern or graduate.

Interview with Brittany from South Korea

1) What inspired you to study Ayurvedic Medicine?

In my early twenties, I was diagnosed by a Western doctor with an “incurable” disease. That diagnosis came with a side of dark, bottomless depression through which flicked a switch and lit a quest to know the absolute truth about my life’s purpose and, most importantly, how to heal. I sought after truth with all my Being and first found yoga. During a yoga teacher training course in India, I was introduced and instantly magnetized towards the word “Ayurveda” and its entire system of healing. Every cell in my body believes in the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda. It has transformed my life and continues to help me understand myself, heal and live a beautiful life full of serenity.

2)    What do you think makes Ayurveda attractive to the public?

Ayurveda is a powerful Science. It presents a different perspective of how one begins to recognize themselves and their habits while revealing the constraints that deter us from being the best, most attractive Being inside and out. Ayurveda offers the full spectrum of healing for the mind, body and Spirit. In my opinion, this alternative medicine exists to engulf and restore the vitality of these three sacred components.

3)    What do you think about the future of Ayurveda in the United States?

It is my belief that Ayurveda will thrive in Seoul, South Korea, where I will begin my practice. I want to share with the world this wondrous ancient healing system by guiding people to understand how to use Ayurveda to heal themselves. In my opinion, the western mentality of quick fixes and instant solutions works well for severe, acute injuries and surgeries but not in the long-term healing necessary for good health and continued wellness. Therefore, it will become even more appealing to those who are seeking a sustained healthy lifestyle.

4)    What is your favorite therapy in this traditional system of medicine from India?

Uro Basti, also known as heart basti, is one of my favorite Ayurvedic therapies. Its warm, herb-infused concoction subtly cures the emotional heart while sedating you into a deep meditation that allows you to relax and release deep-seated grief. Uro Basti is a life-changing remedy that I highly recommend.

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