Ayurveda and Its Approach to Mental Health

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  •  March 9, 2024
     1:00 pm CST - 4:00 pm CST

Held via Zoom
Rose Carol, MA
CEUs: 3

Ayurvedic Medicine is the oldest system of natural medicine, originating in India. In this workshop, participants will expand their understanding of Ayurvedic Medicine and how mental health and suffering is viewed within its context.

Other topics that will be explored include how Ayurveda relates to Jung’s concept of Synchronicity and the experience of the numinous and how Jung’s view of Synchronicity is connected to physics. A unified field theory will be discussed including how this is connected to human consciousness and Ayurveda.

In order to experience Ayurvedic healing, participants will learn how to see and feel the universal elements in themselves through their own pulse. They will also learn how it can be applied as a somatic tool for increasing self-knowing and reducing anxiety.

About the Instructor
Rose Carol has been an Ayurveda Health Practitioner since 1989 and a licensed psychotherapist. She integrates Ayurvedic tools into her therapy practice as a way to reduce anxiety and enhance self- knowing. A graduate of Pacifica Graduate Institute, she offers Integrative Coaching and Ayurveda in the Evanston area. In addition, she offers Ayurvedic Bodywork for supporting grief, overwhelm and sleep disorders.

*Program CEUs are an additional $15 processing fee. Please note that the current CEU processing time is around 2-3 weeks.



This event will be hosted online through Zoom.
Further info will be provided after registration.