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ONLINE LEARNING

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LIVING AYURVEDA
FOUNDATIONS FOR HEALING - A 12 SESSION LIVE COURSE

BEGINS IN JANUARY 2022

Are you living the life you want to be living?

 

Our well being is built upon our lifestyle, and the new year is the perfect time to commit to living better. Ayurveda offers an array of knowledge, practices, and guidelines for living a balanced life, and achieving harmony in our bodies and minds.

 

But all of these tools, techniques, and teachings can be difficult to navigate and implement, especially when we don’t understand how they work, or why they’re supposedly effective.

 

In this course, we’ll explore 3 pillars of Ayurveda in-depth:

 

  • Philosophy: Ayurvedic Perspectives of Life and Longevity

  • Nutrition: How to Eat for Your Unique Constitution

  • Lifestyle: How to Optimize Your Daily Routine as the Foundation for Living Better

 

Whether your aim is to improve your diet, reduce symptoms, commit to better self-care, or manage stress more effectively, this course will give you the foundations, tools, and practices to help you embody your own version of Ayurveda, and make it work for you.  

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AYURVEDA
FOR YOGA TEACHERS + PRACTITIONERS

Yoga and Ayurveda are considered to be “sister sciences,” two branches that stem from the ancient teachings of the Vedas. While the ultimate goal of Yoga is self-realization, Ayurveda’s primary goal is self-healing.

 

In this class, we will explore the healing foundations of Ayurveda that are necessary for supporting and guiding our journey to liberation through yoga.

 

This class includes essential information for yoga teachers wishing to better understand and support your students, and is equally helpful for yoga practitioners wishing to deepen their own practice and self-understanding.

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PRANAYAMA
ENHANCING YOUR LIFE FORCE THROUGH BREATH + AWARENESS

We can survive for weeks without food and days without water---but take away our breath and we can survive at most a few minutes. Our breath is our body’s primary source of energy, and the most vital function for sustaining life.

The ancient yogis understood the importance of breath, and developed an entire branch of yoga dedicated to this science. Pranayama, one of the 8 limbs of yoga, teaches us to extend or stretch our life force, or prana, through breath, intention, and focused awareness.

This course will explore the subtle, energetic teachings of yoga, along with in-depth instruction of several pranayama techniques, visualizations, and meditations. These techniques are the most effective, time-tested methods of utilizing our breath as medicine for self-healing.