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Introduction to Ayurveda 50 hr Teacher Training Course

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Ayurveda Teacher Training 50 hr Course details:

Course Fee: $1105 (early bird $995)
Course duration: 6 days
Start Date: Sunday 19th May
End Date: Friday 24th May
Times: 10am – 5pm
Where: Inhale Life Training & Wellness Centre (Building 1, 145-161 Horsley Rd, Horsley Park)
Facilitator: Romina Di Federico

Who can attend this course?

This course is suited to the curious mind interested in wellness living and the yoga teacher who would like to add value and knowledge to their experience of yoga.

Pre-requisites: Nil

Description

Introduction to Ayurveda Teacher Training Course

What is Ayurveda?

Firstly the name “Ayurveda” is derived from two words in Sanskrit, “ayuh” meaning “life” or “longevity” and “veda” meaning “science” or “sacred knowledge.” Therefore the definition for Ayurveda translates as “the science of longevity” or “the sacred knowledge of life.”

Ayurveda is a holistic tradition and way of living that can assist each of us to live from our true nature.  Ayurveda encourages us to be an active participant in our own journey toward healing. This involves learning about our relationship with the elements and the unique combinations called doshas, which we will explore in the course.

The goal of Ayurveda is to prevent illness and help people live longer, healthier, more harmonious lives.

Ayurvedic Principles

Before you learn how Ayurveda can help you, you must first learn how to see yourself from an Ayurvedic perspective. The first step is to understand some key Ayurvedic principles, lenses through which Ayurveda views the universe.

These Ayurveda basics are foundational tools for:

  • interpreting the laws of nature
  • identifying various states of health or imbalance
  • charting a course toward improved well-being

Examining these core principles will also help illustrate what makes Ayurveda such a timeless art and science.

The Five Elements

Ayurveda recognizes five elements as the fundamental building blocks of nature:

  • Earth
  • Water
  • Fire
  • Air
  • Ether (Space)

Every substance contains all five of these elements. In a given substance, one or two elements are typically predominant over the others. Each of these substances have their own qualities which is known as gunas.  This is explored in detail druing the course.

In Ayurveda, perfect health is defined as “a balance between body, mind, spirit, and social wellbeing.” In fact, the twin concepts of balance and connectedness echo throughout Ayurvedic texts, thought, and practice.  

How do I practice Ayurveda and take it into my daily practice or yoga class? 

Like any discipline Ayurvedic practices can become part of your daily regime once you identify what your constitution is and what supports you on a daily basis to be in harmony with your environment?  There is an art to taking this knowledge into your yoga class which we will learn during this course.

Our Introduction to Ayurveda 50hr Teacher Training Course is a comprehensive course which provides the learner with the tools and understanding of the fundamental principles of Ayurveda.  How to use this science in everyday living and share in apply to your yoga practice or class, if you are a yoga teacher.  You will experience deep clarity and understanding in how the science of Ayurveda is an essential part of the holistic approach and practice of yoga. 

Like all holistic health systems, Ayurveda emphasizes the unshakable connections between the body, mind, and spirit. However, Ayurveda’s connectedness extends far beyond the individual, reaching into the universal.

Course includes:

> the characteristics of each dosha and your Ayurvedic body type

> the Ayurvedic concepts of prakriti, doshas and agni

> the qualities and elements according to Ayurveda explained and explored

> what is the Ayurvedic approach?

> how do we live and practice to achieve harmony?

> Ayurvedic Guidebook – in Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama & Wellness

> create a daily practice

> taking Ayurveda into your Yoga class and Yoga practice

Ayurveda Teacher Training 50 hr Course details:

Course Fee: $1105 (early bird $995)
Course duration: 6 days
Start Date: 19th May
End Date: 24th May
Times: 10am – 5pm
Where: Inhale Life Training & Wellness Centre (Building 1, 145-161 Horsley Rd, Horsley Park)
Facilitator: Romina Di Federico

Who can attend this course?

This course is suited to the curious mind interested in wellness living and the yoga teacher who would like to add value and knowledge to their experience of yoga.

Pre-requisites: Nil

Cancellation Policy

Registration and payment is required prior to course commencement to guarantee your place and payment in part or full confirms your place on a course and is therefore non-refundable.

Course Cancellation

All courses/workshops will be held when there is a minimum suitable number of students. Should the minimum number not be reached, all registrants will be contacted and offered the opportunity to register for the re-scheduled course, or receive a full refund 100% of payment received.

Cancellation

Should you have to cancel the course booking and not able to transfer to a future course there will be a $50 administration fee if cancelled 2 weeks prior to start date, there after this course is non-refundable.  We do our best to take into consideration each individuals circumstances.

Learning Hours: Learning hours are inclusive of all supervised and prescribed activities throughout the duration of this unit of study. These may include lectures, assessments, prescribed reading, research, assignments and activities.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • One written assignment
  • Class participation

Competency Certificate 

To achieve this qualification, the candidate must have completed 50 hours of work as detailed above.

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