Teaching is a way to self-mastery. When we teach we integrate our own knowledge, express inner wisdom and gain insight and clarity into who we are. It pushes new boundaries within our own thinking and motivates us to support, give and be present. 

This Yoga Alliance Certified CEU Yoga & Ayurveda Course, offers an authentic, integrative and comprehensive way for you to return to your life’s passion and purpose.


As a Certified Yoga and Ayurveda Instructor you will be able to:

  • Teach holistic classes that include Pranayama, Mudra, Mantra, Meditation and Yoga asana

  • Lead Yoga group classes based on the season, the person's Ayurvedic constitution and the stages of their life

  • Create individualized and general Yoga classes, one-on-one sessions and group workshops

  • Incorporate and understand how the season and time of day, are important considerations to class design and daily protocols

Yoga is a way of life..

Yoga is a conscious way of life that we can live every day. If we learn how to cultivate a consistent conscious lifestyle, the state of Yoga will arrive and remain.

The more we learn, the more we can share with each other to support growth, change and transformation.​

  • Learn to guide a complete holistic and integrative yoga practice including yoga asana, pranayama, kriyas, mudra, mantra and meditation

  • Discover how to create yoga classes based on the science of Ayurveda and tailor your classes to the season, the Ayurvedic constitution of each person, their age and life transistions.


Ayurveda and Yoga recognize that each person has a unique mind-body-spirit framework that requires individual care to bring life balance, hope, energy, resilience and health to their life. Not one practice fits all and during times of change, aging, transition and we can bring balance to our lives by adapting our life practice. 

The integration of Ayurveda & Yoga provide us with the wisdom, support, practice and tools, to create clarity and connection throughout the the transitions of life. We can understand how to adapt for the season, our age, self-care and understanding. 

This allows us to build our immunity and prevent dis-ease. 


Yoga is an inner journey that allows us to grow within, creating self-integration. Ayurveda is an inner experience that acknowledges our unique needs, and leads us toward self-balance. This beautiful relationship, between Ayurveda & Yoga, helps us to create harmony and unification; connecting the inner and outer Self to support the discovery our true nature. 

"Mastery is integration...without practice there is no mastery." 



  • Introduction to Yoga & Ayurveda

  • The Four Vedas

  • The Samkya Philosophy & Involution of Consciousness: The Journey from the Doshas to Samadhi

  • The 4 Karmas: Balancing Laws of Cause and Effect - Sanchita, Prarabdha, Kriyamana and Agami 

  • Ashtanga - The Eight Limbs of Yoga

  • Ashtanga Hridayam - The Eight Limbs of Ayurveda

  • The Yamas and Niyamas 

  • The Six Branches of Yoga: Hatha, Raja, Bhakti, Jnana, Karma, Tantra

  • The Bhagavad Gita & The Hatha Yoga Pradipika

  • Patanjalis Yoga Sutras

  • The 5 Kleshas


  • The Ayurvedic Approach to the Teaching and Practice of Yoga 

  • Sequencing & Leading Yoga for Kapha Dosha

  • Sequencing & Leading Yoga for Pitta Dosha

  • Sequencing & Leading Yoga for Vata Dosha

  • Sequencing & Leading Yoga group classes based on the seasons and the Doshas


  • Introduction to the Tri-Dosha Theory: Dosha Prakruti and Vikruti

  • Introduction to the Tri-Guna Theory: Sattva, Rajas & Tamas

  • Dinacharaya and Ritucharaya – Daily Routines 

  • The Indriyas – The Senses, The Organs of Action and Cognition

  • Leading and Sequencing group classes for the Dosha Prakruti


  • Dirga Pranayama – The 3 Part Breath

  • Brastrika, Brahmari, Ujjayi

  • Nadi Shodhan, Kapalbhati, Agni Sara Dhauti 


  • The Three Bodies

  • The Pancha Kosha Theory

  • The Chakras, Kundalini, Ida & Pingala

  • The Panch Pranas (see section on Prana)


  • Mantra to balance the Doshas

  • Mudras to Balance the Elements, Vayus and the Doshas


  • Balancing the Elements and Doshas with Meditation

  • Mauna, the practice of silence

  • Walking meditation, Sitting Meditation, Contemplation, Japa Mantra Meditation, Retrogression

  • Nidra, Loving Kindness, Auto-genic practices, Visualization, Journeys, So Hum Meditation


  • Formal Practice Teaching

  • Refining your Teaching: Languaging, Guiding, & Transitioning

  • Assisting, Supporting, & Modifying Poses

  • Sequencing, Transitioning, & Sustaining Postures

  • How to Consult and Support

  • Leading Private Sessions

  • Theming & Cohesion

  • Preparing for final practicum

**Students have a series of assignments to complete during each section including class observations, written assignments, and practicums
*Final practicum will involve leading a holistic ayu-yoga class.


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We limit our courses to a comfortable group size to ensure that you are given focus and feedback and learn to teach with confidence


  • Experience smaller classes for focused feedback, care and facilitation

  • Teach every day from day one with constructive feedback opportunities to improve, share and refine your gift of teaching

  • Create your authentic way of presenting yourself to the world and be guided to step into your true voice


This program is for anyone who wants to learn the authentic, integrative and holistic approach of Yoga and Ayurveda as a way of life. Teaching is the way to self-mastery. It’s your time to transform.


  • This training is open to 200-hour teachers, teacher trainees, Ayurveda students or Ayurveda professionals.

  • 100HRS (88 Contact Hours / 18 Non Contact Hours of home practices, reading, one to one practice etc). 

  • Only RYT’s are eligible for 100HR CEU’s from the Yoga Alliance.


Join us for our upcoming training 


March 22

April 5/19

May 3/17/31

June 14/28


August 9


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