Art of Living Journeys: Elizabeth’s Panchakarma Experience

By AOLRC
November 14, 2017

 

Elizabeth recently joined us for our Panchakarma Retreat to deepen her understanding and experience of Ayurveda. What she found was peace, rejuvenation, and a new and integrated way of life. We sat down with Elizabeth to chat about her experiences.

 

A Spiritual, Physical, and Emotional Cleanse

The Panchakarma Retreat was much more than I expected. I didn’t realize that it would touch me as deeply as it did, that it would be such an amazing cleanse on all different levels – spiritually, physically, and emotionally.

 

Experience the Whole Package with Panchakarma

My experience with the Ayurvedic aspect of the retreat has been wonderful. We explored concepts that have made sense logically to me in the past, but I’ve never actually experienced how effective these principles are until the immersion of the retreat. You begin to understand in real time what this way of life can do, how your diet affects your mood and your mind. You get a sense of it in a very concentrated amount of time.

 

I’ve been doing yoga for so long, but I never quite understood how well yoga and Ayurveda work together. I now understand that the diet and lifestyle work beautifully as a whole package.

Space to Breathe

The Art of Living Retreat Center is wonderful. I loved the green, the peacefulness, the sense that all is right in the world. The lack of traffic and noise and airplanes and busyness. Everything slows down.

Everyone should have the opportunity to do Panchakarma, and not only once, but every year.  It’s very transformative in ways that will surprise you.

Experience the difference for yourself. The Panchakarma Retreat runs regularly. 

 
 

Interested in learning more about Ayurveda and the programs at the Art of Living Retreat Center? Check out our annual catalog here!

 

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TAGS: Ayurveda , ayurveda cleanse , cleanse , Detox , healthy lifestyle , Panchakarma , wellness , yoga
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