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Science of Life: An Ayurveda Immersion

January 15

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2022 Ayurveda Immersion led by Kelly Fisher & Rimmi Singh

This immersion will be hybrid; taught in studio (for those vaccinated) and live-streamed for those who are not fully vaccinated or choose
to participate on Zoom.

Ayurveda is India’s 5,000-year-old system of natural healing that has truly stood the test of time. The primary goal of Ayurveda is to help people live long, healthy and balanced lives. Ayurveda focuses on the whole person and takes into account your unique constitution, stage of life, diet and lifestyle habits, environmental factors and other personal attributes to help you achieve your optimum health.

In this training, we will explore how diet, lifestyle and living in alignment with the cycles of nature lead to better physical health, emotional balance, and spiritual well-being. In the final weekend of this training, you will develop a personal plan for self-care, incorporating the Ayurvedic practices that you learned to improve the overall quality
of your life.

2022 Dates
Jan 15-16 Fundamentals of Ayurveda
Feb 12-13 More Fundamentals of Ayurveda
Mar 12-13 Vata – Harness the Wind
Apr 9-10 Kapha – Energize the Earth
May 14-15 Pitta – Balance the Fire
Jun 11-12 Your Personalized Ayurveda Plan

Weekend Schedule:
Saturday and Sunday, 1:00pm – 4:30pm 6 weekends, 50 CEUs

During this 6-weekend, 50 hour, hybrid training participants will learn:

Yoga and Ayurveda philosophy
Your innate and current constitutions, prakriti and vikriti
Essential ayurvedic components: doshas, nadis, vayus, koshas, gunas, and more
Subtle essences: prana, tejas, and ojas
Agni and ama
The six tastes and how they affect the tissues of the body
Ayurvedic approach to digestion, nutrition, cooking and right eating
The benefits of following the rhythms of nature using the ayurvedic clock through hours, seasons, and stages of life
Dinacharya – daily practices for health and well-being, such as self-massage and cleansing of the senses
How to address imbalances through asana, pranayama, deep relaxation, meditation, diet, cleansing, and lifestyle adjustments
Practical tools to create more balance and harmony in your life
How to design a personalized ayurvedic health plan

You will receive training materials and assignments to help expand your studies.

For More Info. visit our website for our brochure and application form.


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The Yoga Center of Columbia


The Yoga Center of Columbia
8950 State Route 108, Suite 109
Columbia, MD 21045 United States
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