In Vedic Tradition, just as there are many modalities of Yoga and Meditation, there are specific schools of thought in Ayurveda. These schools are identified by the names of the sages who have manifested, or written specific protocols and values for that body of work. Sages and seers are known to keep the wisdom of the Vedas alive by re-manifesting bodies of its massive work, and reintroducing them when the time or era demands that specific knowledge. Maya Tiwari’s has been restoring a vast body of work known as Wise Earth Ayurveda® which education flows in seamless accord with the infinite wisdom of her tradition in Veda Vyasa.

Wise Earth School of Ayurveda, the first school for Ayurveda teachings in North America is founded in 1981 by Maya Tiwari. Wise Earth Ayurveda® unique curricula in Inner Medicine Healing has restored Ayurveda’s long lost knowledge of nature’s interrelated nourishers — Food, Breath and Sound (annavidya, pranavidya, and mantravidya). Wise Earth Ayurveda’s principles and practices are based in the knowledge of the Atharva Veda. Following in the ancient lineage of Veda Vyasa, Wise Earth Ayurveda contributes to the Uttara Mimamsa school of thought, one of the six major Vedic Systems: Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Sankhya, Yoga, Karma-Mimamsa being the other five.

The Vedic tradition sees its authors and sages, along with their tomes of knowledge as immortal; perennially sustained from timeless beginning to the present day. As an oral tradition, the Vedas is preserved through its parampara-generation after generation by numerous Vedic sages and gurus. Many sages take physical birth into the earthly plane of existence, yet, they are not considered earthly beings that simply subsist in the present. They produce tomes of knowledge, and then disappear to become our ancient ancestors. They are individually and collectively seen as the One, perennially generating Infinite Consciousness.