Often we identify with our symptoms rather than seeing ourselves as whole. With its focus on understanding and accepting our individual nature, ayurveda offers ways to view ourselves with more empathy. By shifting the imbalances in our nature rather than trying to make changes opposed to our nature, we can feel more at home with who we are.
ABOUT Kathryn Templeton Kathryn has devoted her life to the health of others. A psychotherapist for more than 20 years, Kathryn is a Master Teacher in the field of Drama Therapy and continues to work both clinically and as an educator specializing in the treatment of individuals with complex trauma. As an E‐500RYT and NAMA‐registered Ayurvedic practitioner, Kathryn has worked to develop specialized treatments integrating the principles of yoga and Ayurveda with clinical therapeutic techniques. Kathryn is an Adjunct Professor of Human Development and General Psychology in the Connecticut Community College system. She holds memberships with the International Association of Yoga Therapists, the National Association of Drama Therapists and the National Ayurvedic Medical Association.
Dive deeply into ayurvedic anatomy and physiology and lay the foundation for understanding how the dhatus, malas, margas and srotras function in the disease process. We will thread together a more practical understanding of these concepts to facilitate the healing process from the ayurvedic point of view. READ MORE