Modern Ayurveda - Dual Benefits of Yoga and Ayurveda - Diet, Exercise, Detox
Modern Ayurveda is a unique course that brings together yoga and Ayurveda. Especially beneficial for yoga practitioners.
Discover true health with this course that combines the best of the sister sciences of Ayurveda and Yoga. Unlearn unhealthy disease-breeding habits to make way for healthy habits that increase longevity, buildimmunity, decelerate aging, and revitalize your energy reserves. Cate Stillman (founder Yogahealer.com) – a formidable authority in the US on Yoga and Ayurveda, teaches about the stunning importance of circadian rhythms and how to align with the rhythm to make the most of the wonderful human body.
Get to know about Prana, Tejas, Ojas; Vata, Pitta and Kapha reducing Yoga Practices
How to get perfect Mental Health using Yoga.
Discover the importance of Detoxification and Detox for different Dosha types
If you’re already on the path of well-being, seeking complete happiness in life - this could be the ultimate plunge for you.
And if you’re already on the path of yoga, you must note - without this, your yoga practice is incomplete, any yoga practice is incomplete.
Ayurvedic theory is both organic and sophisticated; it unpacks the energetic perspective of what causes imbalances and engenders disease. Recognizing the relationship of those habits which court disease is only half of the equation. Updating habits in real time is the crux and strategy of habit evolution.
It is to help you practice these habits that are good for you that The Ayurveda Experience proudly presents to you - Modern Ayurveda.
Through this 3 part program, a yoga practitioner gets an Ayurvedic orientation to her Yogic practice, and someone on the path of Ayurveda gets a Yogic perspective on Ayurveda.
From the 7 Chakras to Spices as Medicines, from creating a healing sanctuary for yourself to exercises to balance different doshas, from the right diet and why to consume it, to 5-Body Hygiene, this program covers a whole new range of topics through a beautiful amalgamation of Ayurvedic concepts and Yogic ideas.
Discover and develop the habits for longevity and dynamic aging
Streamline your day-to-day habits for better energy
Tap into deep wisdom to skilfully navigate the rites of passages throughout your life
Help others - children, parents, yoga students, the important people in your life - own their constitution for a more enlightened, healthier experience!
“Get" the operating system of Ayurveda for yours as well as their life in a practical way
Get tapped into the Yogic approach to Ayurveda.
What’s your takeaway?
Among many things that you already would have read about in the description of the program (tab: course contents), you will learn:
The most basic ways that energy works
How the daily rhythm works
How to attune, how to heal
How to have a more intergenerational life perspective
How to deeply nourish ourselves, our children and our elders
How to live/have a great relationship with our own life
Live an awake life
Live in sync/align with life-force energy
Learning and growing as we age by being an interconnected part of inter-generational life process from pre-conception all the way through death and helping others on this journey.
Lastly, in Cate’s own words:
"When the ‘proverbial waste matter’ hits the ‘proverbial fan’- you have a place to go-"
When the toughest of times barge into your life uninvited, it helps to consistently be physically, mentally and spiritually prepared, to have and know how to tap into your own healing sanctuary.
When you’re already on this path of conscious, awake living, you’re naturally in greater control of your emotion. However, and it’s probably not noticed enough, it helps immensely to know about little tools that the sister sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda share with you to help you when you’re low.
This program puts you on that conscious path to a fuller life, and if you’re already on a yogic journey, this course will help you connect even more deeply with your internal body, your internal organs, the subtle functioning of your ‘inner body’.
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About the Author
Cate is an Ayurvedic Medicine Practitioner, Yoga Teacher, and the founder/mastermind behind the Worldwide Association of Yoga Health Coaches.She trains yoga teachers and wellness experts how to accelerate the wellness path of their clients with 10 habits from Ayurveda, the ancient folk medicine from India and sister science of Yoga. Cate’s results-focused methods rely on merging Ayurvedic Medicine theory with modern behavioral science for increased energy, deeper rest, and a healthier diet in a quicker time.
Cate’s been practicing as an Ayurvedic Practitioner and community wellness teacher since 2001 and has founded several Yoga and Wellness websites.
To add on to this:
Cate is Certified as Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist and Pancha Karma Specialist since 2001
She is also a graduate of Dr. Vasant lad’s gurukula program in Pune, India in 2004
She has undergone panchakarma Intensive Training in Kerala, India
Cate is a certified Anusara Yoga teacher
She completed a 2 year Iyengar Yoga teacher training in 2001
The inter-generational perspective of Ayurveda and Awake Living
How does energy work
How to know if you’re out of balance by the way you breathe
Getting centered on how energy works
Trinity of Energies
Energy and auto-immune disorders
How can you use this energy and this knowledge to understand your unique constitution?
How they work in terms of the greater laws of nature in daily and seasonal routines
How to attune to your rhythms to slide the scale from unnecessary ageing to revitalization, rejuvenation, vitality and repair
The full spectrum from pre-conception to death
What is inter-generational wellness?
The outer eco-system and inner eco-system and their exchange
Developing a cooperative relationship with nature and ourselves
The different rites of passages of life
Enhancing our yoga, day to day living
1.2 How Energy Works
Chakras and the flow of energy
The Nadi’s or the channels of energies
Energy channels attuned to Kapha and Pitta- Ida and Pingala
What the location of weight deposition on your body tells about your personality
Factors behind feeling weighed down- the elements affecting your weight
Your body and the play of the 5 elements of air, water, earth, fire and space
The energies of Kapha, Pitta and Vata
Different zones of the face where different imbalances are indicated-what forehead issues, t-zone issues and jawline issues indicate
How energy works out of balance: when do you have too much water and earth, too much fire or too much air and space
Our Rhythms and cycles- what happens when we understand and follow the rhythms?
1.3 The Daily Rhythms
How the 3 Doshas work through the daily patterns
Dominant energies and different times of the day
How to organize your day according to energetic requirements?
How we are naturally attracted to eating at certain times
How, by sleeping and waking at the right time, we can facilitate the bodily function of repair
How, by eating at the right time we can facilitate the bodily function of Cleansing and transforming
1.4 Habits of Yogis
Choosing and sculpting your habits
Why you think something will or won't work for you
What your habits do to your identity
The 3 terms that will actually make you see the power you have over your life
Tantric understanding of the Gunas
Why staying up late at night is making you gain weight
1.5 The Koshas
All parts of the ‘self’- the 5 different bodies
The different needs of the different bodies
Ways and practices to ‘feed’ each of your 5 bodies
Practicing 5-Body hygiene
We get energy from food- that’s true, but not the full story
Habits that will help you align with the Koshas
1.6 Prakruti and Vikruti
The energies of Kapha/Pitta/Vata
When your constitution is your ‘Prakruti’ and when its your ‘Vikruti’
Things that will sink your ship
The different workout for different purposes:
To center, to cool and to energize
2.1. Stages of Life + Rites of Passage
The importance of the rites of passage
A look at stages of life from pre-conception to death
How we can optimize our own experience/journey through these stages as well as help others going through a stage of transition/preparing for a rite of passage
The early stage of life- Kapha, growth and cohesion
How growing is a process of dehydration
Navigating our geriatric phase/cares
How to alleviate imbalances in Pitta phase and elongate Vata time or ‘old age’
How buildup of Doshas/imbalances creates a lot of negativity
Habits and Identity Vis-À-Vis The Rites of Passage
Shift of identity
Ritualistic deaths- making death less scary
Subtle shifts of identity that happen around wellness and illness
Post-Partum: How the first 40/42 days = 42 years
How that which shows in the physical comes from the energetic
What are the things that make it harder for the family to thrive
Reaching the stage where your intuitive body directs your identity
What happens when we don’t follow rites of passage and get stuck to an identity?
What you can do to transition into the Vata/old age
The importance for teens to know about their biorhythms
Rites of passage around marriage
Why is it so important to go through rites of passage?
2.2 What Yogis Eat
How can you consume life-force?
Which are the foods with more life-force?
Which are energetically dead/dumb foods- the S.A.D. diet- standard American diet
Natural ways of preserving food
When you’re borrowing energy from your organs
How to prepare food
Food for your constitution
‘Nutrification’- where do you want to go with your beliefs and food?
Kitchen Sadhana- uplevelling of what and how we’re eating
Food: Fermentation, Dehydration, Raw vs Cooked Soups, Salads, Marinades, Animals
2.3 Kids and Elders
The 3 places to find imbalances
What the Skin, Gut and Lungs can tell you
Tongue as the map of the entire Gastro-Intestinal tract
How to make mood issues dissipate
2.4 Ayurveda On the Mat
The approach to exercise and yoga
Prana, Tejas, Ojas
Vata, Pitta and Kapha reducing yoga practices
Practices you should you do if:
1) you’ve been traveling a lot/there’s been trauma in your life
2) you need a lot of focus and intensity
3) your life is sedentary/there is weight gain
2.5 Energy and Yoga Practice
Context for your yoga practice
The downward and upward flow of energy
Important tips to help you through your yoga practice
Energy dynamics of issues around lower back pain, issues around the heart etc. and how to balance it with yoga practice
2.6 How to Heal - Sanctuary
Spanda + the law of increase
Our energy levels
How to create your own healing space
Cleaning your physical space- architect better choices
A key link to the development of auto-immune diseases.
The healing diet
Disease and disease process
How do we return to the slow healing vibrations and emerge more deeply aligned and empowered
Learning subtle practices that will help you grow deeper, more intrinsic energy
How to tap into your own healing sanctuary
3.1. WHAT IS HEALTH?
The 3 Doshas
Agni and its 4 types
Sama Agni: Balanced Agni
Vishama Agni: Vata Agni
Tikshna Agni: Pitta Agni
Manda Agni: Kapha Agni
3.2 What Is Health? Part 2
The 3 main causes of disease from an Ayurvedic perspective:
Doshas and Subtle Doshas
3.3 Your Tongue
Learn how to read your tongue and decipher signs of imbalance in your body