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With over twenty years in the healing arts, Mira Devi brings a skill set which draws from a lifelong commitment to personal growth.   She dove into the study of Yoga and Ayurveda during a ten year period spent at Shoshoni Yoga Retreat, an ashram near Boulder, Colorado.    There she spent many days in the kitchen preparing Ayurvedic meals, as well as in the Ayurvedic Spa offering traditional health therapies.  During her time at Shoshoni, Mira became a certified yoga instructor at the 500 hour level, spa manager/lead spa therapist, meditation teacher, lifestyle coach, and staff manager.    She taught Ayurvedic treatment protocols to spa therapists, and created and taught an Ayurvedic module for Shoshoni’s Yoga Teacher Training.   A lifelong musician, Mira flourished as a Kirtan  (sacred chant) leader and wrote and recorded several albums with the ashram band ‘Shiva’s Garden’.


A licensed massage therapist, Mira has completed trainings in Advanced Ayurvedic Therapies, Marma Chikitsa, Herbology, and Ayurvedic Cooking with Dr. Vasant Lad at the Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque, NM.    Certified as an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselor through both the Vedic Institute and the Austin Based NAYA, she supports clients at East West through sharing accessible, practical dietary and lifestyle guidelines based on Ayurvedic principles and stress reducing yogic practices.     


An experienced, intuitive massage therapist who draws from both western and eastern modalities, Mira offers western and Ayurvedic therapies at East West.   For the past seven years she has worked alongside Dr. Nita Desai, supporting patients through the powerful Ayurvedic cleanse for body/mind/consciousness known as “Pancha Karma”.


More recently, she is applying her bodywork background and appreciation for the lymphatic system by providing East West’s potent LET (Lymphatic Enhancement Therapy) to patients.    


Ayurvedic Spa Menu

Ayurvedic Spa Menu


A warm oil massage which balances the doshas and supports the movement of blood, lymph, and prana.  Grounding, calming and nourishing.

~Marma Massage~

A balancing massage which focuses on the vital Ayurvedic energy points known as marma points.


Steam therapy with herbs or essential oils. Detoxifies, clarifies, eases muscular aches and pains.


A continuous stream of warm herbal oil pours on the forehead and crown.  Deeply balancing to the mind and nervous system.


An exfoliation massage with dry silk gloves.  Stimulates lymph, cleanses and softens skin.


Head neck and shoulder massage and warm face compresses followed by herbalized nasal drops. Helps with sinus congestion, headeaches, insomnia.

~Netra Basti~

A cleansing and soothing ghee bath for the eyes.

~Kati Basti~

A penetrating, soothing, herbal oil bath for the back.

Helps low back pain and sciatica.

~Pancha Karma~

Medically supervised Ayurvedic cleanse to regain health and balance.  Three hours of treatments daily for three, five, or seven days. 

Western Spa Menu

~Swedish Massage~

Classical full body massage to reduce stress, ease muscular pain, improve range of motion, and support the flow of blood and lymph.

~Deep Tissue~

A deeper massage utilizing various techniques such as cross fiber, trigger points, and fascial strokes.  Targets the deeper connective tissue layers and focuses on key areas of pain and tension.

~Sports Massage~

A Swedish style massage suited to the needs of the athlete to maintain/improve conditioning, prevent injury, and speed recovery time.

~Integrative Massage~

Mira’s specialty!  An intuitive, integrative flow of Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Ayurvedic principles to restore ease in body and mind.

~Hot Stone Massage~

Also known as ‘Shilabhyanga’, a warm oil massage with heated basalt stones to ease muscular pain, reduce stress, and deeply ground.  Stones are used as massage tools and also placed on key areas.

~Prenatal Massage~

A relaxing and soothing Swedish style massage suited to the particular needs of the expectant mother.  Plenty of pillows for side lying support.

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