Kripalu School of Ayurveda
What Our Graduates are Up To
Certification as a 650-Hour Ayurvedic Consultant or 500-Hour Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher through the Kripalu School of Ayurveda can lead to a variety of different paths, from opening a private consulting practice to teaching public education classes to conducting workshops and retreats.
Read what a few graduates of the program are up to:
Since graduating from the Kripalu School of Ayurveda, Michael started his own Ayurvedic practice in New York City—Gotham Ayurveda. He has treated Rosie O’Donnell and also appeared on Martha Stewart’s Morning Living to lead an open discussion on Ayurvedic healing. In addition to delivering lectures on Ayurveda to yoga studios in the New York metropolitan area, he is working with the International Society for Krishna Consciousness on incorporating an Ayurvedic component into a new Vedic cultural center in New York City.
A recent graduate of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda, Anne got an early start on teaching about Ayurveda when she gave a lecture earlier this year at Tranquil Space Yoga in Washington DC. Her discussion of Ayurvedic principles was covered by Washington Post food blogger Kim O’Donnel; you can check out her musings on Anne’s lecture here.
Kim Larson and Terrel Broussard
After four months of traveling in India and Thailand, Kim and Terrel returned to the Berkshires and set up their own Ayurvedic retreat center in West Stockbridge—Lakshmi’s Garden. Offering Ayurvedic treatments and consultations, Thai massage, weekend retreats, and personalized bodywork trainings, they use an Ayurvedic approach to bring individuals into balance with their true nature.
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