A Sustainable Ayurvedic Center

The artistic touches of Paul and Tizia make this center delightfully warm and cozy.

 

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The Studio

Tizia’s studio is private, cozy and energy efficient It includes a steam tub, a gorgeous Indian treatment table and classic Ayurvedic accoutrements and decor. It was designed and built by Tizia and Paul specifically for Auromesa clients.


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The Watsu Pool

This pool room was built just or Tizia’s Watsu practice. Light twinkles in through 1000 recycled glass bottles and a sky light in the center of the dome ceiling. The sun heats the pools water and smooth river rocks make up the floor of the pool. A Watsu session in this space can be a surreal experience once you close your eyes and surrender to the tranquillity.

 


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The Earthship

dinnig.24692116_stdThe main house of the Ayurvedic compound was built by Paul and Tizia in 1990. They fell in love with Taos and move to a very unpopulated high plateau, along the Rio Grande, close to the hot springs.

Being burmed in the ground and utilizing thermo-mass temperature provides natural air conditioning in the summer. The low course of the sun heats up the house in the winter, filling the house with warmth and light.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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The Hogan House

The Hogan is a seven sided Navajo dome structure with a private patio and charming interior. It’s available for weekend retreats with an a-la-carte menu of treatments and meals.

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