Martina Gruber, a trained healing practitioner and founder of the first German International Aura School, has been working with, and conducting research of, the human aura for many years. She lectures internationally on the development of clairvoyance and aura vision and does aura counselling throughout Europe.
Located in the Ayurveda Centre Westerwald in Mengerskirchen, Waldernbach, the Aura School offers exercises to activate the vision of the aura, clairvoyant readings and intuition.
Dr. Balaji Tambe, well-know Ayurvedic doctor, pharmacist, music therapist and director of the famous Atma Santulana Therapy Centre in India is also patron of the Aura School.
Together with Dr. Tambe, Martina developed the full body aura sensor, Aurastar 2000.
The concept of the Aurastar 2000 is based on the ancient art of Ayurvedic medicine, the sciences of biofeedback, reflexology, kinesiology, neural therapy, and the languages of the body and colour (vibrational frequencies).
The philosophy of the Aurastar 2000 is to bring a greater and deeper understanding of the interaction and connection of the mind, body and spirit for enlightenment and well-being.
The potential of the Aurastar is such that any type of practice, therapy or wellness centre can utilize the data acquired from the hand sensor.