Module Durga Kali

MODULE DURGA KALI

Initiation
'Honor yourself as all women'
Role model | Mother | leader | mentor

February 25th – March 5th 2019, BALi
– the Island of the 1000 temples.
PRICE: 900 US dollars.

Module Durga is dedicated to her, the goddess who gives fearlessness, strength and courage being the dharmic spiritual heroin.

This module is dedicated to Durga, she who removes pain and suffering. Durga represents the archetype of motherhood, strength, courage, bravery, she who protects the people who follow universal values, leader & mentor. 

In honouring Durga we focus primarily on healthy and sacred initiation rites, ritualising every facet of ones life. We will look into healthy samskaras (sacred initiations and impressions from birth to death) in the Vedic Tradition. As well as women’s health in Ayurveda. 

Through 5 different ceremonies we will celebrate, re – celebrate or make up for those moments in our lives that maybe did not receive the attention that they would have deserved or needed in order to process the transitions. Rites of passage such as a birth ceremony, menstruation, sexual intimacy, wedding as well as a death ceremony are meaningful ways to ritualise our journey as a human being. 

It gives a healthy self image, an ego that is well nourished, feels loved and wanted, one is a together person which is essential in order for me to be a healthy role model, an inspiring woman, a mother, a leader or a mentor. 

Supporting other women in their story, endeavour, creative expressions and diving deep into values in life, the meaning of love & motherhood in all aspects not only in relation to a baby as well as how we can be a contributor to our society through ones own project or Be Woman Project will also be part of this training. 

We are so happy to announce that Dr. Sujatha Kekada Head Physician and Co- Founder of Amrtasiddhi in Ubud will join us for 3 days covering the 5 elements, Vata – Pitta – Kapha, constitution, hormones, menstrual cycle and related health issues, gynaecological conditions and related emotions and healing methods for that. As well as food, nutrition and Marma points.

As this module is dedicated to Ceremonies, we invited a dear sister who will introduce us into The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition: Cross-Cultural Shamanic Arts for Personal and Planetary Renewal is a five- part series of intensives in the shamanic arts of restoring harmony, health, and earth stewardship. The workshop that she will share with us aligns the traditional shamanic arts of Peru and the wisdom of its heritage with the needs of the present day, a transformational moment of planetary and human history. 

 

 

 

Module Durga is dedicated to her, the goddess who gives fearlessness, strength and courage being the dharmic spiritual heroin.

This module is dedicated to Durga, she who removes pain and suffering. Durga represents the archetype of motherhood, strength, courage, bravery, she who protects the people who follow universal values, leader & mentor. 

In honouring Durga we focus primarily on healthy and sacred initiation rites, ritualising every facet of ones life. We will look into healthy samskaras (sacred initiations and impressions from birth to death) in the Vedic Tradition. As well as women’s health in Ayurveda. 

Through 5 different ceremonies we will celebrate, re – celebrate or make up for those moments in our lives that maybe did not receive the attention that they would have deserved or needed in order to process the transitions. Rites of passage such as a birth ceremony, menstruation, sexual intimacy, wedding as well as a death ceremony are meaningful ways to ritualise our journey as a human being. 

It gives a healthy self image, an ego that is well nourished, feels loved and wanted, one is a together person which is essential in order for me to be a healthy role model, an inspiring woman, a mother, a leader or a mentor. 

Supporting other women in their story, endeavour, creative expressions and diving deep into values in life, the meaning of love & motherhood in all aspects not only in relation to a baby as well as how we can be a contributor to our society through ones own project or Be Woman Project will also be part of this training. 

We are so happy to announce that Dr. Sujatha Kekada Head Physician and Co- Founder of Amrtasiddhi in Ubud will join us for 3 days covering the 5 elements, Vata – Pitta – Kapha, constitution, hormones, menstrual cycle and related health issues, gynaecological conditions and related emotions and healing methods for that. As well as food, nutrition and Marma points.

As this module is dedicated to Ceremonies, we invited a dear sister who will introduce us into The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition: Cross-Cultural Shamanic Arts for Personal and Planetary Renewal is a five- part series of intensives in the shamanic arts of restoring harmony, health, and earth stewardship. The workshop that she will share with us aligns the traditional shamanic arts of Peru and the wisdom of its heritage with the needs of the present day, a transformational moment of planetary and human history. 

 

 

 

In this course we will look into:

In this course we will look into:

Motherhood, Leader, Mentor, Role Model, Guide, Teacher

Values, Integrity, Sacred boarders, Non manipulation, karmic Module

Durga Kali Archetype – Mother archetype

Sanskrit Names of Durga, Durga Mantra & Meditation

Reimagining Meditations

5 rites of passage 

Ayurveda – Women’s health

Yoga & Cranio Sacral Therapy 

The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition: Cross-Cultural Shamanic Arts for Personal and Planetary

Leader Role – holding ceremonies

Be Woman Project – Out reach program

Kali dance 

CLASS DESCRIPTION

Here is a description of the classes and also content. We hope to cover all of them, yet we want to also take the time needed for each process and allow the unfoldment of the training to be organic and natural according to the Devi’s needs. We ask for your understanding and heart to be open to receive as things are given and being unfolded. That is the way of the sacred feminine, ever in sacred symbiosis with what is. Of course if at any time, one Devi really doesn’t want to partake in any of the activities that is respected and honored but we encourage to trust the process and allow the heart to melt.

Rituals, Ceremonies – 

Mantras and guided meditation help us to manage our emotions, overcome fears and obstacles that hinder our natural loving expression in life.

This is a magical expression and participation mystique, a regression to the magical child yet this time with wisdom, understanding and depth.

Bhakti

It is an attitude that we will invite to reside in our hearts in and through every expression, practices and learning. When we see what we have, it goes to the infinite. Everything is given, including my body, mind, and sense complex. When this fact is assimilated, Devotion is natural.

Devi Classes

Here we learn about our essential nature, we learn that we are lovable and worthy just as we are. Through stories from the Vedic Mythology we find lots of inspiration and support in life. We learn that the body is a temple; we neutralize complexes and judgments around it. We find a source of help and support through the teachings of Vedanta and the sharing with other women.

Devi Circles

Devi circles are magical, at times scary because here we will share with each other our stories and also reveal ourselves. We will learn how to invoke courage and strength to express out loud what has been untold. For many carry shame, guilt, hurts, judgments and fears.

One of the best way to overcome them is to share and give voice to them and see that we are not alone. There is a background for it and there was helplessness. We can ask for help, we are worthy of it. We are ready to offer back what does not serve any longer. Based on different themes we will see how we have been conditioned and maybe holding on to wrong ideas and notions. In loving compassionate non-judgmental way we let them go and unlearn.

Sacred Dance and Yoga help to process emotions, these practices are healing, strengthening, nourishing and simply beautiful.

Puja

Puja is a Vedic ritual.  It is a prayer with offerings. In a Puja we sit in front of an altar. It can be an established altar where we deliberately and consciously superimpose the universal power onto an object of our preference. It can also be somewhere in nature, near the ocean, in the woods or on top of a mountain where we use the elements as our object of worship.

In a Puja, I, the individual, relates to the total, the whole. The whole represents all knowledge, all power, all pervasiveness. It is the giver of all fruits of action, the cause of the whole universe. In other words, it is the infallible order.

We look upon the whole universe, known and unknown, as a conscious being, that manifests as forms and names, all of which is considered to be sacred and is not to be taken for granted.

Through the puja, we express our gratitude and invoke help, guidance and blessings for the journey of life through prayers, mantras and offerings.

It is a way to sanctify and spiritualize ones life, either through daily puja and/or occasional puja for birth, birthdays, marriage, initiation into adulthood,  and death. Most anything can be celebrated and acknowledged through a puja ceremony.  

Meditation

We seek harmony, peace and well being. When we are in nature, we experience that satisfaction. When we look at the sun, at the sky, see the clouds, the birds, the mountains, the trees and animals we are accepting, at least in general. Yet when we meet and relate to people — mother, father, partner, sister and brother, employer — we find ourselves struggling, wanting them to behave in a certain manner.

We find ourselves wanting to change people, wanting to change the situation so that we can find that harmony again. It never works like that.

I have to find that satisfaction within myself, discovering that I am the very meaning of satisfaction.  I don’t need to change the world.  I can be accepting, compassionate, loving, caring and prayerful.

In meditation, we find harmony with what is. We find a place of spaciousness, accommodation and objectivity. We discover that, that place is myself, that there is always a place where I can rest and find solace and strength to face the many challenges of life.

A life of growth, of maturing and of gaining clarity about the truth of myself, the world and god.

Vedic Chanting

Mantras are specific prayers that have their origin in the Vedas. Chanting is a form of prayer, through which we can invoke the grace of the giver, who is the source of all knowledge and has all power.

Every action has a result and so do prayers. The result will be in the form of punyam, which is the unseen factor that helps to neutralize obstacles in our daily lives as well as grant us our wishes. Mantra chanting absorbs, integrates, heals, transforms and invokes blessings and protection.

Vedanta

Vedanta is the end portion of the Vedas that teaches Brahma Vidya, the knowledge of the limitless being, which is, according to the Upanishads, the Self.

Vedanta reveals that the nature of I is free from any limitation, it is one, non-dual being. The general understanding of the I is ‘I am limited’ time-wise, space-wise and knowledge-wise. It is because of this conclusion that I am struggling to become happy. This is what is referred to as ‘Samsara’.

In order to get out of that endless cycle of birth and death, I need to know my essential nature as free from death, free from change, free from any limitation whatsoever.

Vedanta says,
You are the whole, you are full and complete as you are.
You are everything you want to be already.
You are the gold in and through all the ornaments.
All you need is to know, to remove the darkness of ignorance, to know yourself as such.

That is Freedom, that is Moksha. That is what ultimately every being is searching for in life, freedom from pain and suffering, freedom from the sense of smallness and inadequacy.

We all want to be happy, at all times and in all places.

We cannot find that in the world, the world is changing, that is the wonder of this creation, of this life.

Therefore I have to look somewhere else. Somewhere I have not yet thought of so far, somewhere closer than the closest.

Myself. That is Vedanta.

Yoga Classes

Throughout our Durga module, we will have daily yoga classes. These classes will carry the intention of nourishing yourself, to create a loving support through the powerful journey of being a woman. We will explore an intuitive yoga practice where we tune into our sacred body temple and it´s needs, allowing it to express what it wants to express. A time to just be with yourself and deeply nourish your body, mind and heart. We will flow through  soft movements, strenghtening movements, staying in stillness, pranayama breathing exersices, empowered by soothing music.

Cranio Sacral Therapy

Jenny Janaki will be sharing workshops in Stillness touch, a practice inspired by  Cranio Sacral therapy. In this practice we stay present in our heart and from that, we hold space for another person by applying light touch to their body. This is a truly subtle approach that allows the giver to stay in a quiet, meditative state, while the person recieving can dive deep inside and release longhold patterns of stress, tension and pain.

Ayurveda

5 Element – Five elements provide the foundation for the entire physical world. Ayurveda recognizes these elements–Space, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth—as the building blocks of all material existence.

Dosha – Doshas are biological energies found throughout the human body and mind. They govern all physical and mental processes and provide every living being with an individual blueprint for health and fulfillment. Ayurveda is based on the principles of three Doshas. Doshas are the energies that make up every individual, which perform different physiological functions in the body.

Hormones – Hormones are like chemical messengers which travel throughout the body and coordinate complex processes such as growth, metabolism and fertility. Two of the most important female hormones are estrogen and progesterone. What are the functions of these two hormones and how to treat hormonal imbalances?

Menstrual cycle Understanding menstrual cycle, its importance, how to take care of our body and emotions during the cycle. Gynecological health condition and related emotions and how to heal.

Food and nutrition  How to choose right food for your constitution and science behind Ayurvedic nutrition. Using food as medicine.

Marma points  Vital energy points. Identifying them, how to stimulate them to get varies health benefits.

 

The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition

“Pachakuti” – means “world reversal” and refers to the time of transformation we are living now. A mesa is an altar for self-exploration, transformation and personal growth in which we create a new paradigm of one’s relation to the Self and the Universe. This tradition, in all its richness, is an evolving practice of inner and outer activities that restore balance and harmony to our relationships with All That Is.

 

CLASS DESCRIPTION

Here is a description of the classes and also content. We hope to cover all of them, yet we want to also take the time needed for each process and allow the unfoldment of the training to be organic and natural according to the Devi’s needs. We ask for your understanding and heart to be open to receive as things are given and being unfolded. That is the way of the sacred feminine, ever in sacred symbiosis with what is. Of course if at any time, one Devi really doesn’t want to partake in any of the activities that is respected and honored but we encourage to trust the process and allow the heart to melt.

Rituals, Ceremonies – 

Mantras and guided meditation help us to manage our emotions and overcome fears and obstacles that hinder our natural loving expression in life.

This is a magical expression and participation mystique, a regression to the magical child yet this time with wisdom, understanding and depth.

Bhakti

It is an attitude that we will invite to reside in our hearts in and through every expression, practices and learning. When we see what we have, it goes to the infinite. Everything is given, including my body, mind, and sense complex. When this fact is assimilated, devotion is natural.

Devi Classes

Here we learn about our essential nature, we learn that we are lovable and worthy just as we are. Through stories from the Vedic Mythology we find lots of inspiration and support in life. We learn that the body is a temple; we neutralize complexes and judgments around it. We find a source of help and support through the teachings of Vedanta and the sharing with other women.

Devi Circles

Devi circles are magical, at times scary because here we will share with each other our stories and also reveal ourselves. We will learn how to invoke courage and strength to express out loud what has been untold. For many carry shame, guilt, hurts, judgments and fears.

One of the best way to overcome them is to share and give voice to them and see that we are not alone. There is a background for it and there was helplessness. We can ask for help, we are worthy of it. We are ready to offer back what does not serve any longer. Based on different themes we will see how we have been conditioned and maybe holding on to wrong ideas and notions. In loving compassionate non-judgmental way we let them go and unlearn.

Sacred Dance and Yoga help to process emotions, these practices are healing, strengthening, nourishing and simply beautiful.

Puja

Puja is a Vedic ritual.  It is a prayer with offerings. In a Puja we sit in front of an altar. It can be an established altar where we deliberately and consciously superimpose the universal power onto an object of our preference. It can also be somewhere in nature, near the ocean, in the woods or on top of a mountain where we use the elements as our object of worship.

In a Puja, I, the individual, relates to the total, the whole. The whole represents all knowledge, all power, all pervasiveness. It is the giver of all fruits of action, the cause of the whole universe. In other words, it is the infallible order.

We look upon the whole universe, known and unknown, as a conscious being, that manifests as forms and names, all of which is considered to be sacred and is not to be taken for granted.

Through the puja, we express our gratitude and invoke help, guidance and blessings for the journey of life through prayers, mantras and offerings.

It is a way to sanctify and spiritualize ones life, either through daily puja and/or occasional puja for birth, birthdays, marriage, initiation into adulthood,  and death. Most anything can be celebrated and acknowledged through a puja ceremony.  

Meditation

We seek harmony, peace and well being. When we are in nature, we experience that satisfaction. When we look at the sun, at the sky, see the clouds, the birds, the mountains, the trees and animals we are accepting, at least in general. Yet when we meet and relate to people — mother, father, partner, sister and brother, employer — we find ourselves struggling, wanting them to behave in a certain manner.

We find ourselves wanting to change people, wanting to change the situation so that we can find that harmony again. It never works like that.

I have to find that satisfaction within myself, discovering that I am the very meaning of satisfaction.  I don’t need to change the world.  I can be accepting, compassionate, loving, caring and prayerful.

In meditation, we find harmony with what is. We find a place of spaciousness, accommodation and objectivity. We discover that, that place is myself, that there is always a place where I can rest and find solace and strength to face the many challenges of life.

A life of growth, of maturing and of gaining clarity about the truth of myself, the world and god.

Vedic Chanting

Mantras are specific prayers that have their origin in the Vedas. Chanting is a form of prayer, through which we can invoke the grace of the giver, who is the source of all knowledge and has all power.

Every action has a result and so do prayers. The result will be in the form of punyam, which is the unseen factor that helps to neutralize obstacles in our daily lives as well as grant us our wishes. Mantra chanting absorbs, integrates, heals, transforms and invokes blessings and protection.

Vedanta

Vedanta is the end portion of the Vedas that teaches Brahma Vidya, the knowledge of the limitless being, which is, according to the Upanishads, the Self.

Vedanta reveals that the nature of I is free from any limitation, it is one, non-dual being. The general understanding of the I is ‘I am limited’ time-wise, space-wise and knowledge-wise. It is because of this conclusion that I am struggling to become happy. This is what is referred to as ‘Samsara’.

In order to get out of that endless cycle of birth and death, I need to know my essential nature as free from death, free from change, free from any limitation whatsoever.

Vedanta says,
You are the whole, you are full and complete as you are.
You are everything you want to be already.
You are the gold in and through all the ornaments.
All you need is to know, to remove the darkness of ignorance, to know yourself as such.

That is Freedom, that is Moksha. That is what ultimately every being is searching for in life, freedom from pain and suffering, freedom from the sense of smallness and inadequacy.

We all want to be happy, at all times and in all places.

We cannot find that in the world, the world is changing, that is the wonder of this creation, of this life.

Therefore I have to look somewhere else. Somewhere I have not yet thought of so far, somewhere closer than the closest.

Myself. That is Vedanta.

Yoga Classes

Throughout our Durga module, we will have daily yoga classes. These classes will carry the intention of nourishing yourself, to create a loving support through the powerful journey of being a woman. We will explore an intuitive yoga practice where we tune into our sacred body temple and it´s needs, allowing it to express what it wants to express. A time to just be with yourself and deeply nourish your body, mind and heart. We will flow through  soft movements, strenghtening movements, staying in stillness, pranayama breathing exersices, empowered by soothing music.

Cranio Sacral Therapy

Jenny Janaki will be sharing workshops in Stillness touch, a practice inspired by Cranio Sacral therapy. In this practice we stay present in our heart and from that, we hold space for another person by applying light touch to their body. This is a truly subtle approach that allows the giver to stay in a quiet, meditative state, while the person recieving can dive deep inside and release longhold patterns of stress, tension and pain.

Ayurveda

5 Element – Five elements provide the foundation for the entire physical world. Ayurveda recognizes these elements–Space, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth—as the building blocks of all material existence.

Dosha – Doshas are biological energies found throughout the human body and mind. They govern all physical and mental processes and provide every living being with an individual blueprint for health and fulfillment. Ayurveda is based on the principles of three Doshas. Doshas are the energies that make up every individual, which perform different physiological functions in the body.

Hormones – Hormones are like chemical messengers which travel throughout the body and coordinate complex processes such as growth, metabolism and fertility. Two of the most important female hormones are estrogen and progesterone. What are the functions of these two hormones and how to treat hormonal imbalances?

Menstrual cycle Understanding menstrual cycle, its importance, how to take care of our body and emotions during the cycle. Gynecological health condition and related emotions and how to heal.

Food and nutrition  How to choose right food for your constitution and science behind Ayurvedic nutrition. Using food as medicine.

Marma points  Vital energy points. Identifying them, how to stimulate them to get varies health benefits.

The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition

“Pachakuti” – means “world reversal” and refers to the time of transformation we are living now. A mesa is an altar for self-exploration, transformation and personal growth in which we create a new paradigm of one’s relation to the Self and the Universe. This tradition, in all its richness, is an evolving practice of inner and outer activities that restore balance and harmony to our relationships with All That Is.

Faculty

Sharada and Jenny Solberg will be the main teacher in this course.  Dr. Sujatha Kekada and one special female teacher from the Shamanic tradition will join for a few days to teach and share their wisdom and knowledge. See the presentation of our teachers below.

 

Faculty

Sharada and Jenny Solberg will be the main teacher in this course.  Dr. Sujatha Kekada and one special female teacher from the Shamanic tradition will join for a few days to teach and share their wisdom and knowledge. See the presentation of our teachers below.

 

More info about Sharada
vaidika.org
bewomanproject.info

About Sharada

Sharada is a devoted and committed student and teacher of Vedanta and the Vedic Tradition for many years. She is originally from Switzerland – Philippines, living in Ubud, Bali since 9 years in a spiritual community. During summers she travels to Europe holding retreats and sacred gatherings.  

Sharada has studied Vedanta, Sanskrit, Meditation, Puja and Chanting with her revered teachers in the lineage of Swami Dayananda since 2010. Her teachers have blessed her to pass on the teachings and the beautiful devotional practices that help one to grow and find permanent happiness and security.

Her devotion shines through in all she offers, especially in mantra chanting, rituals and during women’s circles. Her background in Odissi Dance, which is a temple dance, has helped her own discovery of the sacred feminine profoundly. Sharada supports, holds and leads Women’s Circles and Women Online Support Group with all her heart, as they have been essential in her own emotional and spiritual growth.

About Sharada

Sharada is a devoted and committed student and teacher of Vedanta and the Vedic Tradition for many years. She is originally from Switzerland – Philippines, living in Ubud, Bali since 9 years in a spiritual community. During summers she travels to Europe holding retreats and sacred gatherings.  

Sharada has studied Vedanta, Sanskrit, Meditation, Puja and Chanting with her revered teachers in the lineage of Swami Dayananda since 2010. Her teachers have blessed her to pass on the teachings and the beautiful devotional practices that help one to grow and find permanent happiness and security.

Her devotion shines through in all she offers, especially in mantra chanting, rituals and during women’s circles. Her background in Odissi Dance, which is a temple dance, has helped her own discovery of the sacred feminine profoundly. Sharada supports, holds and leads Women’s Circles and Women Online Support Group with all her heart, as they have been essential in her own emotional and spiritual growth.

More info about Sharada
vaidika.org
bewomanproject.info

More info about Jenny
Nordiclightyoga.com

About Jenny

Jenny’s spiritual journey started eight years ago in India, when she met her Yoga teacher. This was the start of a life long study of the inquiry into her real being. A few years ago, she met her Guru in Bali, whom she started studying traditional Vedanta with. She is passionately dedicated to understanding the meaning of true happiness, and what it means to live a spiritual life. Jenny ́s classes are deep and inwardgoing. She is inspired by traditional Hatha Yoga and Cranioscral therapy, weaving together a slow, yet strenghtening and meditative yoga style. In her teaching, she assists with softness and compassion, allowing the uniqueness of every person and their process to take place. Breath awareness is one of the main components of the class, supporting you to move mindfully and release tension. She did her first Hatha Yoga teacher training with Atmavikasa Yoga in India nine years ago and spent many years with her Indian teacher. She has done the Sama Yoga TTC and have also studied Yoga Therapy with Svastha Yoga. She has studied level 1-3 of Craniosacral therapy with Leonid Soboleff.

About Jenny

Jenny’s spiritual journey started eight years ago in India, when she met her Yoga teacher. This was the start of a life long study of the inquiry into her real being. A few years ago, she met her Guru in Bali, whom she started studying traditional Vedanta with. She is passionately dedicated to understanding the meaning of true happiness, and what it means to live a spiritual life. Jenny ́s classes are deep and inwardgoing. She is inspired by traditional Hatha Yoga and Cranioscral therapy, weaving together a slow, yet strenghtening and meditative yoga style. In her teaching, she assists with softness and compassion, allowing the uniqueness of every person and their process to take place. Breath awareness is one of the main components of the class, supporting you to move mindfully and release tension. She did her first Hatha Yoga teacher training with Atmavikasa Yoga in India nine years ago and spent many years with her Indian teacher. She has done the Sama Yoga TTC and have also studied Yoga Therapy with Svastha Yoga. She has studied level 1-3 of Craniosacral therapy with Leonid Soboleff.

More info about Jenny
Nordiclightyoga.com

More info about Dr. Sujatha Kekada
amrtasiddhi.com

About Dr. Sujatha Kekada

Dr. Sujatha Kekada is the Head Physician and Co-Founder of Amrtasiddhi. She is a certified Ayurvedic doctor (B.A.M.S), who completed her degree in Karnataka, India. Before coming to Bali in 2004, Dr. Kekada worked as an Ayurvedic Doctor in one of the most respected and successful clinic in Kerala, South India. She has also practiced as Ayurvedic Consultant in Europe and at one of the top Health Retreats in Asia. Dr. Kekada’s deep knowledge of Ayurveda combined with her warm, intuitive and caring attitude has facilitated deep healing for many people. Applying not only Ayurveda but also Theta Healing in her approach, she is able to successfully address and assist with emotional aspects of healing as well. As a mother of two, Dr. Kekada can offer importsant advice for pre- and post natal care including appropriate medicines and treatments.

About Dr. Sujatha Kekada

Dr. Sujatha Kekada is the Head Physician and Co-Founder of Amrtasiddhi. She is a certified Ayurvedic doctor (B.A.M.S), who completed her degree in Karnataka, India. Before coming to Bali in 2004, Dr. Kekada worked as an Ayurvedic Doctor in one of the most respected and successful clinic in Kerala, South India. She has also practiced as Ayurvedic Consultant in Europe and at one of the top Health Retreats in Asia. Dr. Kekada’s deep knowledge of Ayurveda combined with her warm, intuitive and caring attitude has facilitated deep healing for many people. Applying not only Ayurveda but also Theta Healing in her approach, she is able to successfully address and assist with emotional aspects of healing as well. As a mother of two, Dr. Kekada can offer importsant advice for pre- and post natal care including appropriate medicines and treatments.

More info about Dr. Sujatha Kekada
amrtasiddhi.com

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