Jan 7 @ 9:00 am – Jan 14 @ 4:00 pm
Part 1 of the training is theory-based, and outlines the important principles of this ancient approach, introducing Ayurveda’s unique system of describing and classifying the various divisions of the body’s innate intelligence, called the 3 Doshas–Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Participants will have a basic understanding of when it is appropriate to administer specific panchakarma techniques; as well learn the traditional method of performing the ancient therapies of Panchakarma. After completing Part 1, the participant will have an opportunity to participate in a fully hands-on experience of learning as we explore how to perform the following traditional therapies in a spa setting: 1. Abhyanga –full body oil massage 2. Shirodhara – oil therapy for the scalp and head 3. Marma therapy – activation of key energetic points on the body 4. Nasya and Netra basti – cleansing therapies for nose and eyes Who this training is for The training is open to anyone who wants to incorporate and promote wellness concepts and practices into their personal health care; the goal is to empower the participant with Ayurvedic approaches to prevention and wellness. The therapies are ideal for anyone working in a Spa setting such as LMTs, estheticians, Energy workers, body workers, and even yoga teachers. Upcoming Training dates Theory – Jan 7 online Marma – Jan 11 Shirodhara – Jan 12 Abhyanga – Jan 13 Nasya and Netra basti – Jan 14
Mar 5 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
This ONLINE 10-hour course covers the core principles of Ayurveda as the sister science of Yoga. Yoga teachers will come away understanding how key Ayurvedic principles and practices, when combined with yoga and meditation, can enhance the Yoga experience and improve overall health and wellbeing. After all, Yoga and Ayurveda are both self-realization methods, and they were designed to be complementary to each other.
Ayurveda defines wellbeing as the harmony of the body, mind, and higher Self. Any yogi can benefit from a daily routine, or sadhana, ritualizing and elevating self-care as a way to practice Yoga. As teachers, we can guide our students to the appropriate practices, and customize their yoga practice for maximum results. This class is an opportunity to develop a deeper and more profound understanding of how to weave the practical wisdom of Ayurveda into any daily sadhana.
Yoga Teachers will learn about the history and principles of this timeless health science, its fundamental principles, as well as experience creative tools to enhance their yoga teaching. The class provides you with all you need to start weaving Ayurvedic wisdom into your offerings. It is an opportunity to develop a deeper and more profound understanding of how these two ancient sciences are inter-connected. Explored together, Ayurveda and Yoga can offer us transformative tools that foster greater health and vitality