Miami, FL, November 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Anyone interested in joining a comprehensive 200 hour, 21 day foundation course focusing on both Ayurveda and Hatha Yoga in November 2014 can contact the school director for a last minute registration price.
The tuition price of a very affordable $1900 USD includes a complete 200 hour intensive yoga teacher training course, shared accommodation in La Calma Eco Resort in the Mayan Jungles of Tulum, Mexico, a world famous yoga destination, as well as breakfast daily.
The training is listed as one of the only Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy foundation courses that is certified by the International Yoga Alliance as well as the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) and is taught in partnership with the San Diego College of Ayurveda.
The instructors of the course are also the owners of Yoga Veda, an International School of Ayurveda and Yoga that is dedicated to promoting conscious living, on and off the yoga mat.
You can find them year round at their center in Mexico, or Thailand where they offer personal yoga retreats and training courses as well as Ayurvedic Panchakarma Detox programs and Sacred Breath Self Healing.
The Course itself focuses on Ayurvedic Medicine and Yoga Therapy.
Successful graduates will be qualified to:
1. Register at the 200-hour level, Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200) with the International Yoga Alliance
2. Continue their Ayurveda Career with 150 Credit Hours from the San Diego College of Ayurveda, a NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association) recognized school
3. Enroll in Yoga Veda’s 300 Hour Advanced Training courses
Why should one study with Yoga Veda?
Whereas modern Yoga Therapy offers extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology and alignment, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy offers a more holistic, traditional form of yoga therapy that utilizes the full spectrum of healing, not simply on the level of the physical asana.
Yoga Veda’s foundation course focuses on anatomy, alignment and physiology as well as psychology, energetic properties, herbal medicine, Ayurvedic cleansing routines, meditation, breath work, lifestyle, routine and much more.
Ayurveda concentrates on the whole of the individual, including their mind, body and spirit. An Ayurvedic practitioner determines his or her clients’ unique composition and looks for the root cause of imbalance, whether it is in the mind, physical body, or the etheric or astral body, and develops a treatment plan to heal this imbalance.
This course teaches students how to restore harmony in the mind and body by balancing the elements in all situations, in all seasons. It is clear that not every food has medicinal benefits to all who ingest it, nor that every yoga posture suits every person and no one specific health routine will be beneficial to everyone. With the knowledge of Ayurveda, practitioners can make informed decisions about the best way to restore and nourish their client using a combination of dietary choices, yoga practice and lifestyle routines.
For more information on Yoga Veda’s upcoming Yoga Teacher Training in Tulum, Mexico contact Yoga Veda’s Director at info(at)yogavedalife.com or visit their website www.yogavedalife.com