The program is offered March 18 - 29, 2013 in Nassau, Bahamas. The program allows students to learn how to teach individualized and group Yoga programs based on the nature of the student's Ayurvedic constitution and imbalances.
The California College of Ayurveda will provide the courses in April, July and December 2013. The courses require training in Foundations of Ayurvedic Medicine (1 month online training program) or the Ayurvedic Health Educator program (1 year).
The Ayurvedic Massage & Body Therapy Training Course will be offered April 1-5, 2013, July 8-12, and Dec. 2-6, 2013. The courses require training in Foundations of Ayurvedic Medicine (1 month online training program) or the Ayurvedic Health Educator program (1 year).
Ayurvedic education in 2013 can begin with the Ayurvedic Health Educator program or the Foundations of Ayurveda course
Ayurvedic education in 2013 can begin with the Ayurvedic Health Educator program or the Foundations of Ayurveda course at the California College of Ayurveda. Both programs are available in the distance learning format.
The California College of Ayurveda is offering a $300 US discount for enrollments before December 15th, 2012 in the Distance Learning program
The Yoga Nidra classes are offered every second Wednesday of each month from 5:30-6:30pm at Nevada City, California. Program costs $15 US per class.
A state-of-the-art herbal dispensory is now available to Ayurvedic practitioners and clients nationwide. The college also offers an herbal apprenticeship program.
Marc Halpern and the California College of Ayurveda was recently featured in the September/October 2012 issue of PRIME Living magazine, a luxury lifestyle magazine for affluent baby boomers in the greater Houston area.
The Spanish translation of "Healing your life: lessons on the path of Ayurveda" will be published by Ayurmed. The author, Dr. Marc Halpern, is one of the most respected teachers of Ayurvedic Medicine in the West.
Through 15 practical lessons in the new book “¿Cómo sanar su vida? ,” Dr. Marc Halpern, President of the California College of Ayurveda, shows how even small changes in what people eat, see, hear, smell, and touch, can profoundly improve health and happiness.