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The Number One Secret to Curing a Cold or a Flu

The Number One Secret to Curing a Cold or a Flu

The fall and winter season is when many of us suffer from colds and flus. It is the time of the year when Ayurveda advices us to eat warm foods such as soups, steamed and baked goods and use spices such as ginger and black pepper to gently heat up the body from within.

6 Secrets to Supercharge Your Immune System

6 Secrets to Supercharge Your Immune System

Have you ever tried to improve your immune system with high doses of vitamin C or by using an elder berry tincture but still suffered from a bad cold or flu? You are not alone. Fighting colds and flus in the winter season is not possible by using just one single, natural agent, even in a high dose. It is not that simple.

Choosing Joy & Letting Go of Stress

Choosing Joy & Letting Go of Stress

For many working at home these days the boundaries between the office and home fades and there is no escaping getting our jobs done. The pressure to get work done is internal and external, exemplified by the falling leaves in our yard and our feeling of responsibility to rake the leaves. How we perceive these perennial tasks can define them as stressful or not.

History of Prama Institute & Wellness Center

History of Prama Institute & Wellness Center

This series will begin with the early history and move to the present expression of the PI and PWC to convey the intent of the founders and the relationship with the broader community that has come to appreciate the special nauture of what the PI and PWC offers to those seeking personal and social transformation.

20 Ways to Enjoy Prama

20 Ways to Enjoy Prama

Everyone that comes to Prama finds different ways to enjoy themselves. I know there are many more but I wanted to highlight some of our staff favorites.

Upcoming Events

Conscious Cooking – Aug 12 – 14, 2016

Conscious Cooking – Aug 12 – 14, 2016

Join us at The Prama Wellness Center for a fun filled and informative weekend of cooking for a happy mind and body. When you leave this retreat you will be able to cook delicious and healthy meals.

Our Authors

Dr. Sid Jordan is director of the Prama Institute where he teaches yoga psychology and spiritual practices.  At the Prama Wellness Center he offers yoga therapy and stress management to individuals and groups.

Ramesh Bjonnes is a writer, yogi and workshop leader. He lived in India and Nepal in the 1980s learning directly from the traditional teachers of yoga and Tantra. He has taught workshops in many countries and is the author of Sacred Body, Sacred Spirit (InnerWorld) and Tantra: The Yoga of Love and Awakening (Hay House India). He lives and practices in an eco-village in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.

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