Join us for a free event to learn:
- What is Ayurveda and its ancient connection to Yoga?
- Foundational principles of Ayurveda and the concept of individual constitution
- Meditation’s role in self-healing for reduced stress and self connection
- Practical, personalized tips and rituals for daily wellness
The ancient health systems of Ayurveda and Yoga are complementary sister sciences from the ancient Vedic period of India offering profound potential for healing when combined. In this free talk, be introduced to Ayurveda by Dr. (Vaidya) Jayarajan, a Vedic scholar, experienced clinician and educator from Kerala, India.
Ayurveda offers a holistic approach to wellness for total mind, body and spirit wellness. The title, “Vaidya” attributed to Ayurvedic practitioners refers to “the healer.” According to the ancient Vedic texts, we can all invoke this unique Vaidya, or healer within us. By aligning with nature, performing daily and seasonal practices personalized to our constitution, and incorporating meditative practices to connect with self, we may learn to empower our inner healer instead of our imbalance.
No registration required. This is a free, all levels event.
About the instructor
Dr. Vaidya Jayarajan Kodikannath (BSc, BAMS) is the Vice President and Academy Director of Kerala Ayurveda USA. He is an experienced Ayurveda scholar and clinician with a degree in Ayurvedic Medicine from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala. He is also a leader trainer for domain experts in Ayurveda with rich experience in creating Ayurvedic programs internationally. He headed the Ayurveda Expert team in new research project development at Kerala Ayurveda on Efficacy, Safety and Standardization of Ayurvedic Wellness solutions. He is an Expert Curriculum Committee member at Bastyr University, Seattle for Masters in Ayurveda and a Board Member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association.