Discover Your Dosha with Ayurvedic : Guest Keri Mangis

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The cornerstone of all Ayurvedic healing work is through the knowledge of the "doshas".  "Dosha" is a Sanskrit word which refers to our individual constitution; the unique combination of qualities and elements that makes us who we are.  Although there are as many unique combinations as there are people on the planet, Ayurveda looks at three basic doshas:  Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.

What does this mean?  Different people with similar symptoms should be treated differently.  Ayurvedic goes beyond the one-size fits all treatments commonly found in allopathic medicine and treats the individual not just the symptoms!  It treats the inner nature.

Our guest Keri Mangis is a Certified Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant and a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner (Intern).  She consults with people to improve their wellness through herbs, lifestyle choices, diet, meditation and yoga.  The key word is prevention by strengthening the body, mind, and spirit to make it resistant to dis-ease!

About Keri Mangis: Keri has been intrigued with Ayurveda ever since she began teaching yoga almost 10 years ago.  The language of the elements and how we are all connected, all from the same Source, felt real and true to her.  She began to employ some very simple, natural Ayurvedic principles in her own life and saw how they effortlessly brought balance to her body/mind.  

After studying and employing Ayurveda in her own life for several years, she matriculated with the American Institute of Vedic Studies, and became certified as an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselor.

She recently received an internship from Kanyakumari Yoga and Ayurveda Center as a Certified  Ayurvedic Practitioner .

To learn more about Keri and Ayurvedic, see her website at http://www.elementsayurveda.com

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