Wise Earth Ayurveda Nutrition: FOOD, BREATH & SOUND

Level One Course | 150 Hours Accredited

Learn and experience the sadhana practice of Food, Breath & Sound and remember forever.

This course is the foundation of all Wise Earth Ayurveda practices. It includes the original Wise Earth Ayurveda sadhanas taught by Maya Tiwari for thirty years.  Join us as we engage in a “spiritual feast” to re-enliven body, mind, spirit and intuition. Awaken the power of inner rhythm and memory, making healthy living natural.  Learn how to awaken personal healing using Wise Earth Ayurveda inner medicine practices. Support yourself and others.

Experience food prepared with the rhythmic, vibrational practices of spice grinding, whole grain preparation, cutting local organic vegetables in harmony with their lifelines for Mother Nature’s exalted flavor.  Create delicious homemade chutneys that enliven your essential taste and make each meal exciting and flavorful.   Feel nourished by sacred intention and inner silence.  Regain love and respect for food as a daily blessing.  Participants study and contemplate nature’s rhythms to awaken memory. Observe nature to understand and experience balance. Enjoy a field trip to local woman owned organic farm to harvest vegetables, talk to the farmers and learn about food sources. Take group nature walks and engage in personal quiet time for integration.

We gain the wisdom of Mother Nature’s food, breath and sound through the extraordinary Vedic sadhanas of cooking, eating, breathing, chanting and healing movement. Leave with new confidence to embrace daily food, breath and sound practices, and share them with loved ones and in your community.


Level One Course | 100 Hours Accredited

”Strengthen your Shakti Energy, your primordial feminine power to nourish, nurture and heal; you are uniquely powerful as a woman.” ~ Maya Tiwari

Wise Earth Ayurveda unique education restores Ayurveda’s cosmic rhythm principles and sadhana practices of inner medicine healing which is preventative medicine in its truest form. Wise Earth Ayurveda teaches that we are a self healing, conscious entity – intrinsically whole.

Women’s Health and Spirituality (Level One) educates practitioners in the knowledge of the lunar cycles and rhythms that guide a woman’s cycle, fertility, health and longevity. In this highly participatory program you will learn the practices that can revise and restore your womb power and health, while strengthening your feminine energies in rhythm with the lunar cycle. Students will learn to prepare the decoctions for the lunar therapies and practices necessary to bring women’s menstrual, sexual and fertility cycle in harmony with the phases of Mother Moon, including the womb-rejuvenating therapy of Uttara Vasti.

Through Ayurveda’s hands-on diagnostic practices you will gain the knowledge of accessing the individual condition and learn how to prepare the appropriate herbal remedies. You will also learn some of the long lost Ayurveda earth-based therapies for women’s health that will help to revive memory and healing from chronic menstrual disorders.

Experience healing and detoxifying self-oil therapies and sacred sadhanas to align your Shakti rhythm with the lunar cycles. Learn how to preserve your health, strength, and vitality. This course also includes Wise Earth Ayurveda® inner medicine healing practices of sound, chant, breath, meditation and philosophy dovetailing with Pancha Karma healing oil therapies.

Ayurveda students/practitioners, health care workers, Yoga practitioners/teachers, all who are interested in healing and women’s health will learn how to share the knowledge with family, friends and community.

Wise Earth Ayurveda: PANCHA KARMA (PART I)

Practicing Snehana and Abhyanga Therapies, and the Anatomy of Marma
Level Two Course | 100 Hours Accredited

Wise Earth Ayurveda has restored and is proud to offer training in the sadhana methodology of the earth-based approach to Pancha Karma. In Wise Earth Ayurveda: Pancha Karma Part I, students study the preparatory practices for cleansing and rejuvenating body, mind and spirit in accord with Mother Nature’s cosmic rhythms of lunar, solar, and seasonal cycles.

In this course, you learn the cosmic influences behind the ancient series of therapies known as Pancha Karma, along with the daily and seasonal self-care routines for each metabolic type. You experience a shift in thinking, and gain the clarity and wisdom needed to assemble simple measures to evoke excellent health during the season’s critical junctures.

The central focus of this course is an in-depth study of the preparatory methods of snehana therapy: the ancient secrets of using medicinal oils to alleviate disease and nourish the health of the body, mind and senses. You will experience first hand the preparation of traditional Snehana Therapy Oils. The main therapy of abhyanga (massage) is practiced in rhythmic sequence on the whole body. You also glean the wisdom of Vedic anatomy’s ancient system of marma: the study of the critical junctures where muscle meets tissue, or “marma points” – the precursor knowledge from where Acupuncture arose.

Wise Earth Ayurveda: PANCHA KARMA (PART II)

The Love Therapies
Level Two Course | 100 Hours Accredited

Wise Earth Ayurveda has restored and is proud to offer training in the sadhana methodology of the earth-based approach to Pancha Karma (the five primordial processes of cleansing and rejuvenating body, mind and spirit in accord with Mother Nature’s cosmic rhythms of lunar, solar, seasonal cycles). The knowledge that Pancha Karma is based upon was handed down by the Vedic Seers, who recognized the universe’s energetic and subtle structures that composed human sentiency, and devised the methods to nourish, nurture and heal the body, mind and spirit.

This in-depth course re-invokes the ancient wisdom practices of Ayurveda, where students study the ancient methods for snehana and svedana therapies. Both therapies will be studied as as preparatory treatments to the five central therapies of Pancha Karma, as well as independently beneficial therapies to alleviate disease and re-establish excellent health of body, mind and senses.

The central focus of Pancha Karma Part II is learning the abundance of snehana (oelation) and svedana (sudation) therapies that have ben restored by Wise Earth into modern application. You experience, learn and practice ancient methods in preparing and administering herbal compresses such as pinda sveda, (herbal/grain pouch rubbing/sudating the whole body), pichu (oelating the forehead), shirodhara- methodically dripping oil across the forehead in alignment with lunar rhythms; and steaming the body into supple wellness.

Students also learn and experience a series of therapeutic cleansing of the sense organs, along with Nasya Therapy, or nasal insufflation for excellent prana. As in each Wise Earth course, we learn the beneficial sadhana practices for the guest or patient prior to beginning with these treatments.


Level Two Course | 100 Hours Accredited

Ayurveda’s origin is as eternal as the ancient Hindu Vedas. Its history may be traced back 7000 years, to the Vaidyas, the first physicians known on earth who developed and utilized the eightfold examination process for determining disease (vikriti) in Ayurveda. In Sanskrit, this is known as Ashta Vidha Pariksha. The ancient physicians who honored Mother Nature gained abundant knowledge from Her. In turn, they used their highly developed sense of intuition, cognition and observation to invent the first known physio-energetic instruments for diagnosis, treatment and wellness. Living in rhythmic cadence with the art of nature, these ancient healers cherished non-invasive forms of diagnosis and treatment, albeit, the first known forms of surgery is also accredited to these ancient Vaidyas. This extraordinary system of health, healing and harmony has survived the ravages of India’s Vedic history and is still in use today. Wise Earth Ayurveda’s methodology in sadhana – or, what we call Inner Medicine Healing – emulates Mother Nature’s ancient dharma of the Vedas.

Surrounded by the beautiful and nurturing atmosphere of sadhana life in practice, learn how harmonizing your own biorhythms and cosmic rhythm with nature’s authority awakens your power for “recognizing,” “reading” and “speaking” the characteristics of a vital, healthy and peaceful life. Begin to “see” notable signs of impairments with your eyes closed, as you learn to develop deep intuitive abilities.

These new intuitive skills will be applied immediately in a “Sadhana Clinic,” where you further develop your practical and intuitive skills for Inner Healing. Using the eight-fold system of diagnosis, students will gather the patient’s history by observation, physical examination and by cultivating their awareness of the patient’s imbalances. The next task will be the development of a customized wellness program, including home therapies, treatments and remedies for the patient. In addition, students will learn Wise Earth Ayurveda’s Inner Medicine Healing practices of sound, chant, breath, meditation and philosophy.

* This course is for those practitioners who have completed at least two levels of Wise Earth Ayurveda Training program, preferably the Women’s Health & Spirituality Course-Level One; Food, Breath & Sound, Level One, Pancha Karma -Levels One & Two.


Level Three Course | 100 Hours Accredited

Wise Earth Ayurveda Inner Medicine healing is based in the understanding that each one of us has the ineffable ability to awaken profound healing powers within ourselves. – Maya Tiwari

This Advanced level course deepens your Wise Earth Ayurveda knowledge, intuition and ability as a practitioner, and is focused on using the “inner-eye” to diagnose woman’s health and conditions. Further develop your Shakti power of observation so as to cultivate a deep and informed wisdom to guide other women into their Shakti-Medicine. Learn the manifold layers of Ayurveda’s ancient methodology of Inner Medicine practices while surrounded by the beautiful and nurturing atmosphere of sadhana life in practice. Experience how harmonizing your own biorhythms with nature’s authority awakens your Shakti-Medicine power for “recognizing”, “reading” and “speaking” the characteristics of vital, healthy and peaceful life. You begin to “see” notable signs of impairments with your eyes closed, as your intuitive abilities deepen.

In this course, you will cultivate the Goddess Power of Moon and study the Lunar Practice for Rejuvenating Shakti-Medicine. Students will learn practices for nourishing the womb and supporting women’s sexuality. Learn the 16 beneficent mantras for the critical cycles of the waxing moon, where we take back our primordial feminine powers to heal the earth and all of humanity. Reclaiming these rites of passage, we educate the next generation of young women to reclaim their Shakti power. In the Kala Ritu Ceremony, we hand over the Sacred Staff of Shakti to our daughters and young women.

* This course is for those practitioners who have completed at least two levels of Wise Earth Ayurveda Training program, preferably the Women’s Health & Spirituality Course-Level One; Food, Breath & Sound-Level One; and Pancha Karma -Levels One & Two.


Level Three Course | 100 Hours Accredited

This Advanced Intensive level course deepens your Wise Earth Ayurveda knowledge, intuition and authoritative ability as a practitioner to unearth Inner Medicine Healing wellness. You learn the majestic art of Nadi Pariksha, by deepening your power to see beyond the physical or obvious realm of reality. You are taught to use your subtle powers of observation – your inner-eye – to diagnose the state of prakriti and vikriti, as well as many more of Wise Earth Ayurveda’s Inner Medicine practices. In leaning the subtle energetic anatomy of a person, you will explore in depth the major subtle channels, 14 nadis, along with the 13 channels of circulation.

In this course, you learn to deepen your skills in determining the individual’s state of imbalance/health, illness/wellness and despair/happiness. Your assessment is done through the non-invasive application of the classical eightfold process for diagnosis, or Astha Vidha Pariksha. They are as follows: Pulse, (nadi), Urine (mutra), Fecal matter (mala), Skin/Touch (sparsha), Eyes (drik), Tongue (jivha), Voice/Speech (shabdha), Body Appearance (akriti). You will be spending a significant amount of time during this program to learn Nadi Pariksha – the ancient art of pulse diagnosis which is the jewel in the crown of Astha Vidha Pariksha. The experienced practitioner literally “sees” the inner function of the person’s conditions via body/mind/spirt. Through this highly non-invasive method of diagnosis, the root cause of health issues are confirmed, potential health risks are assessed and profound insights of the person’s physio-psychological imprints can be gained.

This practical diagnostic training course includes a “Sadhana Clinic” in which you learn to develop both your practical and Intuitive Skills for Inner Healing by cultivating your awareness of the patient’s imbalances and required treatment. Having learned the eight-fold system of diagnosis and the art of Nadi Pariksha, you will be visiting with patients on a one-to-one basis. Under the caring guidance of senior Vaidya, student practitioners will assess patient’s conditions, then prepare an Inner Medicine healing regimen, consisting of therapies, treatment, remedies, and lifestyle recommendations for the patient’s full recovery.

Wise Earth Ayurveda: PANCHA KARMA (PART III)

This Advanced Course is offered in two separate sittings; the first containing 150 hours of studies & the second portion with 100 hours of studies| 250 Hours Accredited
* Prerequisite: 6 credits of college level anatomy & physiology

Pancha Karma is the core of a vast mandala of therapies which are the best means for preventing disease, and promoting excellent health. In this mandala, there are two main categories, shodhana and shamana. Shodhana refers to Pancha Karma’s five main cleansing and elimination procedures, while shamana encompasses the supporting therapies that are the preparation and post-therapy measures for Pancha Karma proper. These treatments cajole and prepare bodily tissues, as well as the mind and spirit, for the central and primary course of elimination.

Both groups of therapies are explored at length in Wise Earth Ayurveda. However, the Pancha Karma Advanced Level studies consist of only of the study of shodhana therapies. Shodhana, the central and primary action in the mandala of treatments, includes five major therapeutic procedures, each of which will be learned:

  • Vamana (therapeutic emesis)
  • Virechana (therapeutic purgation)
  • Niruha Vasti (therapeutic decoction enema)
  • Anuvasana Vasti (therapeutic oily enema)
  • Nasya (therapeutic nasal insufflation)

In this hands-on practice course, you will observe, practice and perform a one-to-one examination and application of the main therapies through Wise Earth’s classical method of application of these primary Pancha Karma treatments. You study, learn and apply these therapies appropriately to help restore a person’s inner balance and the dhatus’ intrinsic memory.

Seasonal Influences on Pancha Karma Therapies

Ayurveda teaches our innate relationship to the six seasons. Seasonal nature and changes influence the biological systems resulting in an accumulation and aggravation of particular doshas. For instance, Kapha in aggravation occurs largely in Hemanta Ritu (winter season) and is rectified by Vasantika Vamana which is performed in the spring season. This therapy aids in the elimination of vitiated Kapha dosha, which in turn helps to prevent Kapha disorders and associated Pitta diseases such as bronchial asthma originating or settled in the place of Kapha.

In this hands-on practice course, you will observe, practice and perform a one-to-one examination and application of the main therapies through Wise Earth’s classical method of application of these primary Pancha Karma treatments. You study, learn and apply these therapies appropriately to help restore a person’s inner balance and the dhatus’ intrinsic memory.


Vamana Karma (therapeutic emesis) is a procedure in which doshas (waste products or toxins) are eliminated through upper channels – i.e. mouth – wherein Kapha and Pitta excess is transported from throughout the body to amashaya (stomach and duodenum) by the specific shamana procedures and then eliminated by inducing the emesis. Kapha disorders and associated Pitta disorders originating are thereby removed from the system. Vamana procedure is indicated for the expulsion of Kapha dosha. Kapha dosha is aggravated in both winter and spring seasons. Hence, Vamana, emesis, is performed in spring season approximately in the month of March and April. Emesis is prodded by specific Ayurveda medicinal decoctions, which go to amashaya – the main seat of Kapha. If there is accumulation of Kapha in amashaya, digestion of food or drug cannot takes place properly. With the help of Vamana Karma, amashaya shuddhi (cleansing of the stomach) occurs to allow digestion of food and medicine to take place properly.


Virechana Karma (therapeutic purgation) is core to the five Panchakarma therapies, that eliminate excessive vitiated dosha, in general, and Pitta dosha, in particular, from the body through the rectum. Virechana’s ancient purgative medicines cleanse Pitta ama, clear the lower pathways of the body and purify the blood to cleanse the stomach , sweat glands, small intestines, colon, kidneys, liver, and spleen, clearing the toxins from the body.

The treatment concentrates on the toxins that are accumulated in the liver and gall bladder. The gastro-intestinal tract is also cleansed by Virechana therapy. This treatment is usually administered for three days after Vamana treatment. Depending on the patient’s condition, Virechana can be administered directly after preparatory treatments, without undergoing the Vamana therapy that precedes Virechana.

The assessment of a successful Virechana experience is based on various parameters called, “Shuddhi“ (cleansing). These criteria are:

  • Vaigiki (number of bouts of stool passed),
  • Manaki (quantitative measurement of stools),
  • Laingiki (symptoms based assessment), and
  • Antyaki (assessment based on end point of purgation).

Eliminated doshas are classified on the basis of number of bouts of evacuation as low, medium, and high quantities (i.e., Hina, Madhyama, and Uttamshuddhi). These are 10, 20, and 30 times, respectively.


  • Anuvasana Vasti
  • Niruha Vasti

According to Ayurveda’s classical pathogenesis, all diseases begin with the Agnimandya, which leads to formation of Ama. Ama is the utmost important causative factor for various diseases. When Vata is associated with Ama resulting in Amavata, it becomes one of the most challenging diseases to treat. Vata dosha is most powerful among three doshas, and it controls both Pitta and Kapha doshas. Amavata belongs to both Abhyantara channel as well as Madhyama channel of diseases. The pathogenesis starts in the Annavaha Srotasa and then extends through Madhyama with special inclination for Kapha sites, especially the joints. In such advanced condition, patient suffers reduced functional capacity with severe stiffness and crippling deformity of joints.

Ayurveda advocates the use of Vasti therapies to assuage the body’s healing instinct and immunity. In Pancha Karma, Vasti therapy is defined as the most important procedure in Panchakarma treatment because of its versatile nature. It is used to eliminate the ama that has accumulated in the colon from all over the body. Vasti normalizes functioning of the Vata in the body. Once the Vata has returned to its normal functioning, the Vasti therapy is then used for nourishing and revitalizing the system. There are two main types of Vasti in the Pancha Karma mandala of therapies:

Anuvasana Vasti – the unctuous practice of administering a small amount of medicated oils or ghee through the rectum. This enema remains in the body for some time without causing harm. This form of enema is given before Niruha (decoction) enema. Anuvasana enema moistens dry tissues and organs, reduces hyperactive digestion and Vata disorders, including nervous conditions.

Niruha Vasti or Asthapana (non-unctuous) — this is a highly beneficial herbal decoction enema which can be mixed with milk and drops of sesame or medicated oil. Niruha is given to those with abdominal pain, distention, tumors, gout, splenic diseases, diarrhea (without other associated diseases), chronic fever, runny nose, obstructed semen, gas, or feces, enlarged scrotum, urinary stones, amenorrhea, or severe Vata disorders. It provides health to the healthy and gives strength to the tissues that are weak. Symptoms of proper Vasti include feeling lightness in the body.


Level Three Course | 100 Hours Accredited

Wise Earth Ayurveda’s Healing Diet is designed specifically for recovery from illness and is predominantly sattvic in nature. The sages have proven that peaceful and nourishing foods form Mother Nature can heal our worse illness. The Healing Diet is prepared for all metabolic types by restoring agni, digestive fire, and allowing the body to adjust to its newly attuned state of revitalization. In addition to use during illness and the seasonal junctions, The Healing Diet may be used as a light, rejuvenating regimen to reduce fatigue, excess weight, and stress from time to time throughout the year.

According to the classic Ayurvedic text known as the Sushruta Samhita, a sattvic diet gladdens the heart, nurtures the body, revives memory, and brings our inner rhythms into proper alignment with the cosmic rhythms. Emotions, activities, or foods may be referred to as sattvic when they reflect the qualities of peacefulness, purity, and harmony. When they reflect the qualities of transformation, dynamic progress, and stimulation, they are rajasic; when they bring forth the qualities of inertia and dullness, they are tamasic.

As a general rule, sattvic foods should make up the greater part of the dietary recommendation for Pitta (fire) types, and to a large extent for Vata (air) types. Some rajasic foods and, to a lesser extent, tamasic foods are also necessary for these two types to maintain vital function within the body. Kapha (water) types fare best when the greater portion of their diet is made up of rajasic food and, to a lesser extent, sattvic and tamasic foods.

This diet should not be used as a mainstay year-round, however, since the body is made up of all five elements and needs the stimuli of the universe’s three gunas (cosmic energies that create and sustain life): Sattva (peace-producing energy),rajas (activity-producing energy), and tamas (restproducing energy).

Peripheral Programs ~ Online Trainings

Wise Earth Ayurveda: FOOD, BREATH & SOUND

Level One Course | 600 Hours Accredited

A One-Year Long Online Training with Live Tutorials, Evaluated Quizzes, Daily Wisdom, Live in-person via web with Tutors, Weekly Assignments, and Final Test.

This course is the foundation of all Wise Earth Ayurveda practices. It includes the original Wise Earth Ayurveda sadhnas taught by Maya Tiwari for thirty years. Through the teachings and assignments, students engage in a “spiritual feast” to re-enliven body, mind, spirit and intuition. Awaken the power of inner rhythm and memory, making healthy living natural. Learn how to awaken personal healing using Wise Earth Ayurveda inner medicine practices. Support yourself and others.

Gain the wisdom of Mother Nature’s food, breath and sound through the extraordinary Vedic sadhanas of cooking, eating, breathing, chanting and healing movement. The course will provide you new confidence to embrace daily food, breath and sound practices, and share them with loved ones and in your community. The course consists of 27 Units.


Level One Course | 100 Hours Accredited 

*Prerequisite: 6 credits of college level anatomy & physiology

All you need learn about Uttara Vasti and the Lunar Cycles for restoring Reproductive Health and Healing: A concise, Shakti-packed course to heal the Mother Wound. This is restored knowledge by Maya Tiwari which has become defunct in ayurveda practice. This training course is instructed by the one and only, alongside WEA Master Teachers. An extraordinary course dedicated to the serious Ayurveda and Yoga Practitioners globally who have the commitment, clarity and means to receive this education and to disseminate it to their goddess-community.


Level One Course | 5  Hours Accredited

Based in the ancient Vedic System of Japa-Ajapa ( a Sanskrit compounded word that infers putting an end to the cycles of birth). Living Ahimsa Meditation is a profound practice for witnessing consciousness. In this practice we cultivate awareness, strengthen inner harmony, and discover that everything is God. Meditation is a primary practice for easing daily stress and tension. This practice teaches us to develop pure concentration; that is, it directs the mind to stillness. The Sanskrit word for meditation is “dhyanam” meaning to “discern.” The Upanishads says, “meditation reveals the mind.” Living Ahimsa Meditation is an effective means of cultivating a state of continuous flow of awareness throughout our daily activity.

As a dedicated practice, the Living Ahimsa Meditation enlightens the spirit, while expanding the mind and its inner pathways of consciousness. This meditation practice is rooted ion the core humane principle of Ahimsa, where we bring kindness and awareness to our thoughts, speech and action. It is an intricate practice woven into our daily movements. Living ahimsa Meditation practice helps us to attain a deep state of serenity and peacefulness, whilst reconciling karmas and dissolving those we have outgrown. By reciting the mantra, you are creating a continuum of sound vibration that invokes awareness that flows from the mudra to mantra and back again to the sound of the mantra. The vibrational field created by reciting the mantra keeps the mind in stillness. Your audible sound becomes connected in infinite circuitry—a circle of beads set in the numerological cosmic force of 108 to fortify energy while cleansing/ridding negative karma. The Rishis informed that 108 repetitions of the mantra firmly plants its vibration into the brain.

Note: Participants are required to bring a prayer mala, rosary, to class.


Level One Course | 50 Hours Accredited

Vedic Sanskrit Chanting covers a special compilation of classical Vedic Chants, which Wise Earth School recognizes as key to evoking personal and spiritual sound. Rhythmic speech, such as Vedic Chants, holds tremendous power to evoke our inner song, and is the source of awareness and intelligence. The primordial sounds of Sanskrit, when chanted with its appropriate meters, carry potent effects for healing the heart in its deepest space. These chants and their melodies are produced, arranged and taught in meticulous form. Wise Earth Ayurveda sadhana practices are taught in conjunction with the chants to help students merge sound with breath, breath with movement, and movement into sacred action.

According to the Rishis, human voice and its rhythmic speech was the first life-generating sadhana of sound to descend to the Earth. Saraswati, the original river goddess – who has now absorbed the primordial Goddess – Vac’s – qualities of speech, art, literature and music – imparted this knowledge to the celestial musicians and dancers, namely gandarvas and apsaras. These divinities taught the “act of song” to the great sages: Bharata, Hanuman, Narada, and others — who brought rhythmic speech and music to the earthly plane. These sages advocated rhythmic speech and music as a means of transcending the physical and mental planes. The sounds chanted evoke a sense of wonder and instills harmony with the spirit that dwells in all things.

Wise Earth Healing Passes : YOGA

Level One Course | 50 Hours Accredited

Wise Earth Healing Passes is a unique primordial sound based methodology of yoga pioneered by Maya Tiwari. Micro-pranic movement combined with Vedic primordial sound forms the basis for this practice, developed specifically to counteract effects of the hastening pace of modern life. In this program, Wise Earth School introduces yet another ancient Vedic storehouse of knowledge that has been lost to the education and practice of Yoga in India and elsewhere since around the end of the 10th century, A.D. Wise Earth’s Healing Passes embodies a complete practice of yoga, wherein each posture fortifies a specific major prana, which in turn, evokes the body’s subtle strength, memory and intuition to flow in harmony with universal awareness.

Many forms of Yoga in practice today are largely concerned with posture and breath. But the Rishis understood yoga as a profound means of awakening consciousness; not only in the formation of the asanas, but also in the collection of stillness within mind, senses and body. They set out the sublime art of Yoga as a sacred practice to harmonize the cosmic rhythms with breath, breath with movement, movement with primordial sounds so that we may strengthen primeval memory, the collective consciousness that fosters awareness. They understood that prana is connected to cosmic memory and that this life force – when cultivated to flow in harmony with nature’s rhythms – awakens consciousness. In other words, Wise Earth Healing Passes restores the original intention behind Yoga. This practice unites posture with breath, breath with memory, memory with thought, and thought with consciousness.

The goal of the Wise Earth Healing Passes is to integrate posture, breath and primordial bija sounds to foster a healthy body and intuitive mind. Wise Earth Healing Passes emulate and coordinate each of the five vital pranas in the body with a particular lunar phase. These Passes focus on Maya Tiwari’s philosophy of the three distinct aspects of yoga: the cosmic memory and lunar rhythms each posture evokes, the vital breath (prana) each posture stimulates, and the physical posture itself. Wise Earth Healing Passes also focus on replenishing both the feminine and masculine primordial energies, to balance inner rhythms and restore abundant health and longevity.

Wise Earth Ayurveda (WEA) Practitioner Training Program is recognized as providing training at the professional membership level of Ayurvedic Practitioner by the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA). Graduates in good standing are eligible to sit for the NAMA Certification Board exam at the Ayurvedic Practitioner level and upon passing may apply for NAMA professional membership.
At present, there are no licensure requirements in the US.
Wise Earth School of Ayurveda, Ltd. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization for Vedic education and teachings in North Carolina, USA. Its mission is to teach and disseminate Ayurveda and Vedic education and training programs. Our charitable education programs for at-risk communities are offered by the Mother Om Mission (http://motherom.org)
“Certificate and/or non-degree programs offered by Wise Earth School – a non-profit org. based on Vedic Gurukula-style education – have been declared exempt from the requirements for licensure under provisions of North Carolina General States Article 8, 115D. Exemption from licensure is not based upon any assessment of program quality under established licensing standards.”