abide in the silence
Blue Sage Ayurveda
of your true nature

California's All-Inclusive Ayurvedic Sanctuary

Blue Sage Ayurveda is located on 20 private acres nestled in the foothills of the Sierras in Northern California, USA. Nature abounds at this location and is very intimate and soothing to the soul, the ideal place to unwind from the pressures of everyday stress.  For those who would like to explore a "Digital Detox" this is the perfect place to do so!

Blue Sage Ayurveda offers an Ayurvedic Pancha Karma (Panchakarma) healing Sanctuary in Northern California, USA. Individuals and couples can experience deep immersion style customized (Detoxifying) and Rejuvenating Ayurvedic therapies. Chronic pain and disease are greatly reduced and often eliminated through this ancient process of cleansing – Ayurveda’s unique wellness regime offering long-lived health and longevity to those who receive it.

Yoga and Meditation are also offered with the guidance of a practitioner. Ayurvedic Practices allow for transformation in ways that one may experience a deeper integration of body, mind, and spirit in everyday life. The exploration of Ayurveda, meditation and yoga are foundational elements of the vision of Blue Sage Ayurveda.

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Ragaia Belovarac

Meet Our Founder

Ragaia Belovarac is the Founder and Steward of Blue Sage Ayurveda / Sanctuary located in Northern California. He is also the primary Ayurvedic consultant  practitioner directing programs and guiding clients during their in house programs at the Healing Sanctuary. He received his certification as a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist (C.A.S.) and Pancha Karma Specialist (P.K.S.) from the California College of Ayurveda (CCA) and the American Institute of Vedic Studies. As Co-Director of the CCA Pancha Karma Center his understanding of holding space further deepened in a way that facilitated the individual’s healing journey. While with CCA Ragaia helped to fund and design the renovations of the Pancha Karma center and went on to Co-direct the programs there until 2004.
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