Ayurveda - Nutrition and Yoga Therapy
Yoga Veda’s 200 hour course in Ayurvedic Nutrition, Yoga Therapy and Clinical Assessment is for anyone who would like to go in depth into their practice from an Ayurvedic Perspective. Join NAMA Certified Ayurvedic Wellness Practitioner and E-RYT Jacquelyn Richard on this journey into the wonderful world of Ayurveda.
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
Course Includes: Booklets, Course Materials, Onsite Classroom Instruction & Asana Practices, Audio / Video Classes, Study Aids
Course Fees - $1800 USD if paid in full. $2100 USD if paid in 6 installments. ($600 must be deposited at time of enrollment for those paying by installments)
Please Note: Course does not include Accommodation, Meals, Airfare, Ground Transfer, etc.
This certified course is offered by San Diego College of Ayurveda (Thailand branch) at Yoga Veda and is a pre-requisite to all further Ayurvedic courses including the 600 Hour Ayurvedic Health Educator Course and is certified by NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association) and the International Association of Yoga Therapists.
This course not only meets but exceedes the requirements for a Yoga Alliance RYT 200 Hour Teacher Training Program.
Here's what you'll learn
Main Ayurvedic Principles and Concepts
Ayurvedic Nutrition Principles
Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy
Intro to Ayurvedic Herbology
Yogic Ayurvedic Assessment & Methodology
Theraputic Applicaiton of Yoga & Ayurveda
Safe and Effective Teaching Methods
Ayurveda looks at the whole being, including the body, mind, and spirit. An Ayurvedic practitioner determines your unique constitution, and develops a treatment plan designed to heal the root cause of imbalance in your body, whether that be in the mind, the physical body, the etheric or astral body. You will learn how to recognize whether a being is primarily of a vata constitution (air and ether), pitta (fire and water), or kapha constitution (water and earth), or a combination of the doshas, and which of the elements or doshas are out of balance.
You will learn how to return harmony to the body and mind by balancing the elements within the doshas through daily breathing practices, yoga poses, foods, herbs, and lifestyle practices to balance your client in all situations and all seasons. It is clear that not every food is medicinal for all, not every yoga posture suits every person, not every health routine is a “one size fits all”. With the wisdom of Ayurveda, you can clearly determine the best way to nourish and vitalize your client by personalizing dietary choices, yoga and lifestyle routines.
In this course we will discuss Ayurvedic and Yoga Therapy support for Women Support for Post Partum and Menopause. Yoga Therapy for Back Pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Arthritis, Mental Ama, respiratory issues and yoga therapy as well as Digestive imbalances and Ayurveda. Asanas and Ayurvedic Yoga Poses for Pranavaha Srotas, Annavaha Srotas, Mamsa Dhatu (Digestive System, Respiratory System, Muscular System, Lymphatic System). Yoga therapy for Vata, Pitta and Kapha imbalances. Yoga for different seasons. Yoga at different times during the day.
OPTIONAL ONLINE PORTION- Ayurveda101, Tridoshas101, Agni, Daily Routine, Seasonal Routine, Marmas and Asanas, Sanskrit101, Anatomy and Physiology 101, Yoga Therapy101, Yoga Philosophy 201, Yoga Sequencing, Ayurvedic Nutrition101, Meditation 101, Ayurveda Kriya Sharir. Through San Diego College of Ayurveda.
Scope of this course
History of Ayurveda
Pranayama, Mantra, Mudra, Bhanda
8 Limbs of Yoga
Raja, Karma, Bhakti, Jnana Yoga
Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
Branches of Ayurveda
Gunas (20 opposing qualities)
Concept of Prakruti / Vikruti
Doshas, Sub-Doshas, Dhatus, Srotas
Concept of Agni, Ama, Malas
Concept of Prana, Tejas, Ojas
Clinical Assessment & Pulse Diagnosis
Intro to Herbology
Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy
Who should take this course?
Beginners will find this course a compressive introduction to both Ayurveda and Hatha yoga and will walk away with a deeper understanding of both. You will gain a solid personal yoga practice and understand how to apply the concepts of Ayurveda in your practice, and in your life. You will also be able to confidently share and teach the concepts learned in this course in a safe, effective manner, from the space of understanding. You will be able to register with the Yoga Alliance at the RYT 200 Level.
Yoga Teachers will find that they are able to deepen their personal practice from an Ayurvedic perspective. You will learn how to apply Ayurvedic knowledge of asana, pranayama and meditation in your practice, and in your teachings. After completion of this course you will be able to register with the Yoga Alliance for continuting education hours as well as further your ayurvedic education by enrolling in the Ayurvedic Health Educator program (AHE).
This course is a pre-requisitie to all further Ayurvedic education and is recognized by NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association) as a 200 hour certificate program and is taught through the San Diego College of Ayurveda. For those seeking further education in any 600 hour Ayurvedic Health Educator (AHE) program, this course is a pre-requisite. This course not only meets, but exceeds the requirements as set forth by Yoga Alliance and after completing the course graduates may register with the Yoga Alliance at a 200 hour RYT level. Registered Yoga Teacher.