Always a student: part I

One of the ideas that has been instilled in me, over and over by many of my teachers is that we are and should always be students. We should remember that there is always more to learn, ways to deepen understanding, and places to expand that we have yet to consider. In that vein, I’ve been back in the classroom learning more about Ayurveda!

This fall I’ve spent time virtually and in person deepening my knowledge and application skills in Ayurveda. It has been wonderful to dig into textbooks and let lectures wash over me. This past week, I was in western Massachusetts completing a foundations course that leads into a certification as an Ayurvedic Health Counselor, an exciting step for me! Over the next 6 months, I’ll take some more trips up north to work with some of the most knowledgeable and experienced Ayurvedic doctors and teachers in the country.

So, I’ve been absent for the past month, but my enthusiasm is high! There will be two meet-ups (one downtown and one north of town) in the next week as we start moving towards Christmas and the New Year!