Ayurveda has become a bit of a buzzword in the yoga community and that is because Ayurveda is closely aligned with yoga. Ayur means “life” in Sanskrit and veda means “study of,” thus Ayurveda is the study of life.

As Yoga Instructors, we see people hurting all the time. Physically, emotionally, mentally...
We KNOW that Yoga can help them so much - it certainly changed our lives (that's why we became teachers!) - but we see all the time that there are yogis who come to classes but they are still not reaching their optimal, best health. Let's help them!

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(If you are not necessarily interested in the certification, you can just watch the short lessons and you'll still get all the knowledge.) Now watch your and your yogis' health and practice evolve!
Ayurveda is a holistic healing system rooted in India that uses diet, herbs, bodywork, pranayama (breathwork), asana (yoga postures) and meditation, among other things, as medicine. So while yoga is a spiritual practice, Ayurveda is a healing system. They are two branches of the same tree. They are sister sciences. The practising and application of Ayurveda, both by professionals and laymen alike, has become increasingly popular in the West thanks to
 the amazing results that people have experienced. 

The main focus of Ayurveda is on promoting and preserving good health through custom-creating lifestyle recommendations that are unique to each individual - and YOU are an Individual too.

You - and your clients - are unique. That is why "one-size-fits-all" plans keep letting the majority of people down. With this NAMA accredited (and certified) course, you, too, can create practices that address specific health problems and are tailor-made for each yogi in order to address the root cause of disease, rather than merely covering up or addressing symptoms.