Marissa Gant

Ayurveda came into my life after I had gone onto a Kripalu Ayurvedic wellness retreat and I was just really taken aback with Ayurveda. It felt like a very intuitive holistic kind of science, and being a recent MBA graduate from a sustainable business school, I recognised the ability to bring this science into business. So, within two weeks I had enrolled into the Kerala Ayurveda program and I was attracted to this program because I feel like there is a really strong connection with the practice of Ayurveda, the teachers are from India; it seems like a very distilled program and I feel like it was very credible, well known and with a great network. I feel like it’s really gonna help propel me and the work that I do, so I’ve already begun doing individual wellness Ayurvedic counseling. I’m beginning working with companies applying Ayurveda, and I just feel like it’s really taken into my life in a way that I’m embracing nature, coming into harmony with who I am, the cycles of the planet and really understanding wellness at a very deep level. So, it’s been an amazing journey and I feel like Ayurveda is a science that is going to be more and more welcomed, as yoga has become popular. I believe Ayurveda is going to be science that comes into popularity because it makes so much intuitive sense. So if you’re interested in learning more about Ayurveda…it has been a great program for me and I really feel like there is a lot of great networking and wonderful programs… it’s been a great fit for me and I think it will continue to grow and flourish.