Learn the art of healing through
Ayuryoga® Instructor Certification
Learn the art of healing through yoga therapy.
Study Ayurvedically-based yoga therapy as created by Vasant Lad, MASc. This training embraces a therapeutic synergy between Ayurveda and Hatha Yoga. Ayuryoga will enable you to understand how to teach and create basic yoga protocols based upon the doshas and sub-doshas, agni (bodily fire) and dhatus (bodily tissues), using the yoga methods of pranayama, asana, mudra, and meditation to bring healing to the mind, body and soul.
With the philosophical pillars of both yoga and Ayurveda, you will integrate practical and theoretical methods to work with both body and mind. Additionally, your Ayurvedic understanding of digestion, nutrition, dinacharya (daily routine), and rutacharya (seasonal routine) gives you the knowledge base to create basic lifestyle recommendations.
For the Ayurvedic practitioner, this therapeutic training is an additional resource to offer clients, both privately and in classroom settings.
Our Yoga Teacher Training programs embrace a therapeutic synergy between Ayurveda and Yoga. At The Ayurvedic Institute, we see both of these sciences as parts of a whole where one can’t exist without the other.
In this program, we use Ayurvedic principles to create and personalize yoga practices to fit the needs of individuals. In this practice, we incorporate pranayama (breathing practices), asana (yoga postures), and various meditations to bring balance and healing to the mind, body, and soul.
For the Ayurvedic students, this therapeutic training is an additional resource and tool to be able to offer to their clients in both one-on-one sessions and group class settings.
We offer 2 routes of training: 200-Hr Yoga Alliance Certified Training and 300-Hr Yoga Alliance Certified Training.
- Learn how to use a myriad of asana to balance vata, pitta, and kapha based on what individuals need.
- Work with pranayama, asana, and meditation to balance prakruti and agni.
- Learn how to create yoga protocols and practices for dedicated seasons and doshas.