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Your journey to wellness begins with your pulse. Ayurvedic pulse assessment is an ancient practice that provides a deep understanding of your current state of health. Your custom treatment program is created from therapies tailor made to your assessment. Your program builds on your personal assessment, offering authentic Ayurveda treatments. Your guide will choose treatments designed to restore you to vitality. Teachers share guidance on how to incorporate what you learn back home. The session doesn't end here. It goes on to improve the quality of your life.
Seventeen comfortable, heated residential apartments and hotel rooms house retreat participants and staff, many featuring stunning views of the beautiful, natural setting.
Your journey to wellness begins with your pulse. Ayurvedic Pulse Assessment is an ancient practice that provides a deep understanding of your current state of health. Your custom treatment program is created from therapies tailor made to your assessment.
The Art of Living Retreat Center, set in the serene and magnanimous Blue Ridge Mountains of Boone, North Carolina. Watch the sun rise over endless mountaintops, rejuvenate with an Ayurvedic treatment at the spa, or feel the quiet of a walk in the forest.
The retreat center supports both community groups and transformative solo travelers. This is a place to make all your own, and the staff is here to help you do just that.
The main meditation center stands on the mountaintop near the dining hall and other residential facilities. Following ancient architectural principles, the hall is designed to lift the spirit and focus the mind. The main meditation hall holds up to 3,700 people.
The meditation center, also houses seven other halls, which can support retreat groups, weddings, anniversaries, family reunions, corporate retreats, church groups, and student retreats ranging from 15 to 200 people.
The main dining hall measures 41,000 square feet and is built to offer incredible views of the mountains and sunrise.
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Drawing on influences from the local harvest in Boone to Bombay and even the Caribbean, the chefs aim to please the palate with vegetarian nourishment that will leave you deeply satisfied. The Art of Living Retreat Center grows a variety of fresh and delicious fruits, vegetables, and flowers right here. The garden is as much a place for nourishment of the body as it is a place of nourishment for the soul. Walk the paths as many staff, volunteers, and journeyers have before.
Theres no better way to close the day than a fire circle under the stars! If youre interested, Art of Living Retreat Center can arrange lovely, end-of-day gatherings for those who wish to come and sing or chat by the warmth of the open fire.
The center is situated on 380 acres of forested mountain. Two trails meander through the woods here, and several nearby trails, offer experienced hikers miles of in-depth exploration. Majestic sights and clean mountain air await you.
Allow yourself to settle in for a soul-stirring session of community singing with an emphasis on both ancient chant and modern melodies. Kirtan happens nightly and is a community gathering for all staff, volunteers, and all interested guests.
People around the world have used labyrinths for centuries as a walking metaphor for the pilgrims journey, as a way to open the mind to the present moment and stay centered. The labyrinth allows for this inner journey in a unique, mountain setting.
Boone is famous as a vacation destination, with miles of scenic trails, serene lakes, historic sites, climbable cliffs, ski slopes, horseback riding, whitewater rapids, and kayaking spots, local Appalachian music, and delightful dining just steps away.
In the pottery studio, you are free to play and learn. Join anytime to explore your creativity on your own schedule. In your class, you can gain hands-on experience in throwing on the wheel, hand building, and decorating handmade pots.
Combine the Abhyanga and Shirodhara treatments for deeper relaxation.
Gain insights into your health and personal constitution from the perspective of the ancient science of Ayurveda. The consultation includes a pulse assessment, a non-invasive, precise method of analysis.
Because of the profound effects it has upon the consciousness, it has often been called bliss therapy. Shirodhara is a continuous pouring of warm oil in a slow steady stream on the forehead that helps to pacify the subtle aspects of the doshas: nourishing the nervous system, promoting relaxation and tranquility, and improving mental clarity and comprehension. When done in a series, it can help with various neurological and mental imbalances as well. Its benefits are greatly enhanced if they follow a therapeutic massage or Abhyanga, when the body is already relaxed and in a very receptive state.
Nasal therapy is a traditional and very effective way of cleansing and clearing the airways and sinus cavities. The process of administering medicated oils into the nasal cavity relieves kapha and excess vata in the head and neck areas. Highly recommended for headaches, allergies, and other head, neck, ear, and throat problems.
One of the worlds oldest massage therapy techniques, warm oil is rhythmically massaged into your body, loosening toxins, relaxing the nervous system, and providing profound rest, nourishment, and rejuvenation.
Netra Tarpana is the act of bathing the eyes in ghee (clarified butter). It nourishes, strengthens, and helps to detoxify the eyes, relieving tiredness, excess fiery emotions, and improving eyesight. It is highly recommended for people who regularly work on computers, operate machinery, drive for long periods, or anyone who is currently suffering from tired, aching, and sore eyes.
A delightful combination of exfoliation, moisturizing, and massage for your hands and feet followed by an energizing scalp massage to replenish you physically and emotionally.
Herbal powders are massaged into the body, increasing circulation, and revitalizing the skin. This invigorating full-body treatment leaves the skin glowing and supports overall detoxification.
This is an ancient practice in which hot basalt stones are placed on core centers of your body for a deep massage that promotes healing and longevity by releasing tension and connecting the flow of prana (vital energy) throughout the body. This balances the physical body, stimulating the circulatory system, softening muscles, helping to release toxins, and relieving pain and muscle spasms. And, it also affects the subtler, emotional body, inducing a state of deep relaxation.
Regarded by Sri Sri as the most restorative treatment for the body and mind, Marma stimulates specific energy points that rejuvenate the vital organs of the body, settle the nervous system, and pacify the doshas. The Marma facial treatment is included.
There are several airports within driving distance from the Art of Living Retreat Center. You can fly into either of the following airports: Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT), Tri-Cities Regional Airport (TRI), Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO), or Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU).