Sun, Moon, and Earth tells the story of the "twin sciences" of Yoga and Ayurveda. Weaving in the authors long professional and personal experience as a yoga teacher and Ayurveda practitioner, it explores how these traditions can be integrated into our lives as a practical means for balanced living and spiritual evolution. It is written for the growing audience of hatha yogis interested both in asana or postural yoga and a more conscious, Ayurvedic lifestyle.
Publisher: Lotus Press, Published: January 2017
Paperback, 392 pages.
Size: 6.23 x 0.82 x 8.99, Weight: 1.16 Lbs.uthor
Yogi, mystic, and practitioner of Ayurveda, Mas has become an influential teacher, speaker, and author of Ayurveda, Yoga, and Vedantic philosophy. His diverse background includes athletics, therapeutics, science, ecology, all of which he integrates into a dynamic synthesis that has led him to become an innovative voice in the field of integral yoga, Ayurveda and Indic culture.
He offers unique certification and educational programs internationally and maintains an active counseling practice that embraces Vedanta, Ayurveda, and Vedic astrology. His approach is influenced by the lineages of Paramahansa Yogananda of the Self Realization Fellowship and Swami Jyotirmayananda the last direct disciple of Swami Sivananda, and in 2014 he appeared in the triumphant film Awake, The Life Of Yogananda.
He is the director and founder of Dancing Shiva, an educational organization based in San Diego, Calif, and Miami, Florida that promotes health and wellness, and societal reform by means of embracing universal spirituality, individuality, and a natural approach to lifestyle.
In 2019 Mas launched MoreLifeMarket.com, an e-commerce Ayurvedic Superfoods company that provides premium ayurvedic products for yoga practitioners and lifestyle enthusiasts.
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