- The architecture of the mind and the gunas; systematic application of asana, pranayama, and meditation
- Subtle essences: prana, tejas (fire of intelligence), and ojas
- Circulation of prana via the vayus; practices for seasonal changes and vata imbalance
Suggested Reading: Textbook of Ayurveda, Volume 1: Fundamental Principles, by Dr. Vasant Lad; Yoga & Ayurveda: Self-Healing and Self-Realization, by David Frawley
This program has been recognized and is listed with the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA).
All dedicated yoga students and teachers are invited to take this training, but certification will only be given to students who have 200-hour yoga certification from an accredited school (YTT program).
Note: Sessions 1 to 3 can be taken as independent workshops and must be completed
before registering for Unit 4.
All four sessions are required for certification.