100-Hour Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training

  • Mae Rim Chiang Mai Thailand
  • Nov 29 - Dec 11, 2018 (13 days)

About us

Using Ayurveda to Enhance your Life, Practice, and Teaching
Nov 29-Dec 11, 2017 (100 hours)
Main Faculty: Balaram Chandra
Supported by Emma Kate Veader & Shantaya Team

In this 100-hour course on Yoga Ayurveda, Balaram Chandra introduces a wide range of Ayurvedic principles and practices while placing them into context of our daily patterns and lifestyle.

Ayurveda आयुर्वेद  is not a new or old system to be implemented but a “Vision”(veda) of the simple patterns in “Life” (ayu) which are already present. Yoga is a dynamic system which Ayurveda utilizes as a means to enhance health, maintain health, or to bring oneself into balance by using easily available means, such as:

  • The Body – all of it’s parts and functions
  • The Breath – functions and supports of Vayu (air) and Prana
  • The Mind – all of it’s parts and functions (chitta)
  • The Soul – Awareness/Consciousness
  • All encompassing Spirit/Divinity and all of it’s parts and functions

It is possible to predict, observe, and reflect upon the influences of all experienced substances and all actions expressed. The intelligent person accepts that everything is influencing and will influence all aspects of your life, whether it is immediately perceivable or not. All parts of your Body, your Mind, and your Behavior are affected and may or may not assist in the balancing of various needs of life and the achievement of desires. We seek to develop understanding of and mastery of all gross and subtle substance and functions of the Human body through the Yoga Tradition and Ayurveda. The goal of Ayurveda is to be established in Swastha (health).

  • Ayurveda Foundations in Theory & Practice
    Daily Yoga Sadhana (complete practice), Lecture and Practicum
  • Sankhya Darshan
    An in-depth overview of the traditional Vedic perspective of the universal parts (tattvas) that come together to provide the human experience within subtle (psychology) and gross (physical) bodies.
  • Guna, Element & Dosha Theory
    Specific elaboration on the utilization of substance and actions to effectively balance health, and successfully live an outstanding life full of enthusiasm, satisfaction and joy.
  • Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy Asana, Pranayama & Meditation
    Using traditional yoga techniques we will immerse in a detailed exploration of how to adjust and stabilize the elements within the Body and Mind, Seek and discover what Prana functionally is, and sharpen Awareness and all of it’s evolutes within Chitta for the purpose of Health and greater Goal Achievement.
  • Dinacharya
    Daily Self Care Routine for Yoga Teachers to maintain health and support recovery from any imbalance, illness or disease. You will receive a variety of products and techniques to take home for continued practice of Ayurvedic Daily Self Care Routines.

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