Fundamentals and flow of Ayurveda 

🆕 Teacher training course 50 hours. 

YACEP course certificate!

Why Ayurveda for yoga teachers?

1. Helps you to design yoga therapy classes.

2. Easy in-depth learning of Ayurveda concepts that would bring clarity to yoga. 

3. You would be able to design more private classes for different needs.

4. Bring a healthy regime to your students and in your life. 

5. You will gain proficiency in teaching workshops.

6. Your classes would be more affluent regarding a holistic and healthy lifestyle.

Why this Course?

Understanding and applying the teaching method of Ayurveda 

The course is designed to understand the fundamentals of Ayurveda and its relation to yoga and the sankhaya system.  The course focus on the theory of Ayurveda and, at the same time, how it can be applied while practicing yoga or maintaining health.

The course focuses on

  1. History and mechanics of Ayurveda
  2. The understanding health system in Ayurveda
  3. Ayurveda and its base on Gunas
  4. Doshas in depth 
  5. Evolution of Ayurveda into yoga 
  6. Teaching yoga classes for Vata, pitta, and Kapha 

Yoga is a spiritual and extraordinary science of self-realization that would bring us development at a physical and emotional level. Yoga’s holistic and integrative approach brings harmony, health, and fulfillment in life. 

On the other hand, Ayurveda is a naturally powerful healing system for the body and mind. 

Both yoga and Ayurveda are sister sciences, and you can see their presence in each other texts widely. Most yoga begins with shatkarmas and states that Doshas balancing is an essential step before starting asanas or pranayama practices. They both share an intimate history and bond. 

This course is inspired by three classical texts of Sushruta, Charaka and Patanjali. This course unites the principles of Patanjali into the system of Ayurveda.  

Many books and teachers explain the yoga postures in-depth; the asana practice has evolved a lot during modern times; simultaneously, yoga’s holistic and healing part is ignored. Ayurveda helps us understand in-depth yoga, and we can take more suitable classes for students with specific needs such as pain, insomnia, stiffness, migraines, digestive issues, etc. Yoga is a lifestyle, and it’s incomplete without Ayurveda, as Ayurveda would simplify for us and makes it easier to understand. 

Both yoga and Ayurveda reflect the Vedic idea that we must live according to our unique nature and its respective capacities.” 


April 28-30

June 8-10


590,- € early bird do 01.04

650,-€ od 02.04


Minimum 6 people on course. Maximum 12 people!