"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." - Albert Einstein
Welcome to Ayurvedic Health Education Services LLC and Hilary Garivaltis
We are proud to be presenting a variety of Ayurvedic programs across the United States and Canada. We are dedicated to offering comprehensive and high quality trainings to anyone interested in learning the healthy living principles of Ayurveda including yoga teachers, health professionals and budding holistic health practitioners. We have partnered with some of the best yoga and Ayurvedic centers and schools across the United States and Canada as well as some of the finest teachers from around the world to offer our 200 hour Fundamentals of Ayurveda: Tools for Healthy Living™ , Ayurvedic Bodywork Treatment Trainings and our NEW Advanced Ayurvedic Clinical Training series.
SPECIAL EVENT MAY 26-29, 2017
Understanding Your Mind Through Vedic Psychology
Introduction (Open to all who are interested):
Learn what Vedic Psychology means by exploring this unique perspective on the mind (manas), intellect (buddhi), ego (ahankara), and the unconscious mind (chitta), and how they dynamically interact to create your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Nurture change inside yourself by practicing new techniques for balancing mood.
Advanced Training (Track for practitioners in the field of Ayurveda and Mental Health):
This part of the training is geared toward mastering techniques for self -improvement and then learning how to teach others.
· Get to the root cause of the problem by learning how to identify a samskara (painful memory) in the unconscious mind that causes you to act in unhealthy ways in your present life.
· Through introspection and mind-management techniques, combined with supported group discussions, discover how you can deal with your problems skillfully
· You will learn the process and technique through this ancient model of the mind to apply in a clinical setting
The key to being an impactful Ayurvedic Practitioner/Counselor is through knowing yourself and learning from the inside out. Vedic Psychology is an opportunity to look into your own mind and learn how to recognize, understand and manage it so you can pass this along to your client.
Date(s): Introduction (Open to all) – May 26-27, 2017
Friday May 26th 7:00-9:00 pm
Saturday May 27th – 9:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:30
Advanced Training for Practitioners: May 26-29, 2017 (Includes Introduction)
Sunday May 28th – 9:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:30
Monday May 29th – 9:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:00
Additional on-line webinars and assignments towards
Professional certificate and CEU’s (Ayurvedic)
Location: 175 Blossom Street, Boston, MA
Vesta , West End Apartments
Main Lobby/Conference Lounge
Introduction Friday night - $30.00
Saturday all day - $100.00
Advanced Training Track (Friday-Monday plus webinars): $450.00
Pay by check to: Ayurvedic Health Education Services LLC
20 Moore’s Road
Florida, MA 01247
PayPal: Go to http://ayurvedichealtheducation.com/events and click on the PayPal. You will apply an additional 3% to the tuition to cover the processing charges.
Course will provide CEU or Professional Ayurvedic Continuing Education credits for Ayurvedic professionals through the National Ayurvedic Medical Association . Total credits: 38
Introduction – 9 hours (open to all)
Advanced Clinical Training (Advanced Ayurvedic Students) – 38 hours total
· 22 hours classroom
· 6 hours webinars
· 5 hours Case Study conference calls
· 5 page case study paper
Satya Narayana Dasa, PhD, is the author of 15 books related to Indian culture and philosophy. Founder of Jiva Institute of Vaishnava Studies to promote Vedic culture, philosophy, and Ayurveda through education. He regularly teaches classes on Hindu philosophy, the Sanskrit language, and ancient Indian sciences for scholars from around the world. He has initiated a program for preservation, translation and publication of ancient Indian works of science and wisdom, and serves as a visiting professor at the State University of NJ, Rutgers and American Hindu University. Winner of many honors and awards, he maintains an office in Vrindavan, India. www.jiva.org
Jessica Richmond, LMHC, is a psychotherapist and Vedic Psychology Consultant who works with Satya Naryayana Dasa. Jessica studies people’s behavior and minds, helping clients manage anxiety, depression, anger and grief. Through blending Vedic and Western psychology, she teaches people how to understand, control and ultimately transcend the mind. www.jiva.org/psychology
Travel options and Eateries/Coffee Shops nearby
A. Travel by T to Location
-Green Line- Get off at T: Museum of Science, a 10 min walk to location
-Red Line- get off at Charles MGH , a 10 min walk to location
-Orange Line-get off at Boston North Station/Amtrak
B. Driving in (parking near by)
-Park at Propark- Asteria Garage , West End Apts, take the elevator up to ground level G, exit the doors and turn left, around the corner, walk towards vesta, West End Apts.
Eateries and coffee shops nearby:
Whole Foods (Charles River Plaza)
Tatte's and Pete's coffee shop (Beacon Street)
Ayurvedic Health Counselor and Educator
Hilary is the founder and former Dean of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda and has 16 years of experience in teaching Ayurvedic daily living tools and Ayurvedic therapy techniques. She received her training at the New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine with advanced training in India from the Rishikesh College of Ayurveda and the Jiva Institute. Hilary has served on the board of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association since 2006 and is the current Executive Director. She continues to train with the world’s leading teachers in the United States and in India.