- Sankya Philosophy
- Formation & Qualities of the Doshas
- Personal Constitution &Imbalance Assessment
- Ayurvedic Physiology
- Preventative Practices & Self-care Routines
- Digestion & Nutrition
The word Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word that evolves from the combination of two words, “Ayuh” meaning life and “veda” meaning knowledge.
Ayurveda “Science of Life” or “wisdom of life” deals with nature and includes all aspects of life.
Learn Ayurveda’s approach to holistic well-being in 3 modules filled with hands on applications of Ayurvedic principals, yoga and meditation practices, mudras, lifestyle integration and much more. Prepare to learn and transform!
Modules do not have to be taken consecutively. Training is open to all levels. Certificate of completion is given upon a completion of each module.
YA CE Credits, IAYT CE Credit (pending)
Sam dosha, samagni, samdhatu malakriyah, prasannatma, indriyas manah swath abhidayate. – Sushruta stru 24/41
Health is in balance when all three doshas (bioenergy) and agni (metabolic process) are in balance, and excretions are in proper order. When atman (soul), senses, manah (intellect) are in harmony with internal peace, the svastha (optimal health) is achieved.