Ayurveda and Yoga
To study Ayurveda is to study how our mind, body, and spirit are interconnected to nature and the world around us. Ayurveda is the sister science of yoga and focuses primarily on ayurvedic lifestyle practices that support health, balance, and self-transformation. Our unique four-unit Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist certification program incorporates a holistic understanding of the science of yoga as the foundation for the study of Ayurveda. It is split into four, four-day modules that can be taken in any order.
In our Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist training program, you will learn the core concepts of Ayurveda, lifestyle, and philosophical applications of this ancient wisdom. You'll learn how simple implementations of ayurvedic nutrition, diet, and routine can create profound transformations in your life and the lives of others. You'll experience first-hand the healing power that comes from balancing the doshas through aligning your actions with the seasons. Add a new dimension to your yoga teaching and personal practice and become an Ayurvedic Doctor and Yoga Teacher.
When you enroll in this exciting Ayurveda program, you will learn the knowledge and skills needed to:
Design dosha balancing asana sequences for different seasons, times of day, and specific ages
Use ayurvedic recipes and food and spice combinations to address imbalances and promote health and vitality
Create a practical lifestyle plan for yourself and your students based upon specific needs and goals.
Understand how the practices of yoga are supported by ayurvedic diet and lifestyle principles
The ancient practice of Kundalini Yoga is a science and technology that will transform your life from the inside out. With kriyas, asanas, meditations, and pranayama available in Kundalini Yoga mastering the teaching skills concepts and techniques will give you the greatest benefit in your practice. Whether you have experience or no experience to Kundalini Yoga, or you have been practicing for years, this course has everything you need to take the deep dive into a practice that will bring you to a new state of consciousness and awareness.
This 40-day online education will transform your life from the inside out, led by masters teachers of Kundalini Yoga form the original Indian Sikh tradition. It's a journey through the core teachings of this transformative yogic technology.
Discover how to ignite your inner power and develop strength, flexibility, and peace in your body, mind, and spirit.
Unit one of the Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist Program is the introduction to Ayurveda, the ancient science of life. One of the oldest medical sciences in the world, Ayurveda is rich with simple methods to restore your health.
This session is for anyone interested in learning about the foundations of Ayurveda, how Ayurveda is related to yoga philosophy and practice, and how it can make you feel more at home within yourself. You will begin learning the basics of creating sustainable daily practices that support the balance of an individual's constitution-the physical body, mental body, and sense of purpose.
Kundalini Yoga teachers and practitioners alike will discover how to work with asana, pranayama, relaxation, and meditation practices to support balance and overall well-being from an ayurvedic perspective.Learn more about the philosophical and spiritual foundations of ayurveda and Kundalini yoga.
Discover how yoga and Ayurveda support and complement each other
Become more familiar with the tri-doshic theory of ayurveda (Vata, pitta, Kapha)
Know the difference between prakriti (unique elemental nature) and vikriti (current state of imbalance)
Begin to understand how to use the yogic practices of asana, pranayama, relaxation, and meditation to move toward greater wellness and balance
Identify how your personal yoga practice supports your health and overall sense of well-being as you move through the different seasons of life.
Be able to practically implement ayurvedic and yogic concepts into daily routine, diet, and lifestyle management plans for clients and students, or for personal use