Traditionally Yoga and Ayurveda are together.
The way we eat and the way we live our lives effects our bodies and our minds.
To reach the goals of Yoga we need a healthy body. Ayurveda provides the way.
For the first time in Australia it is possible to study a dual qualification in both Yoga and Ayurveda at the level of national accreditation.
Receive full recongition by Yoga Australia and entry into Ayurveda associations.
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Dr Prathibha Madhusudhan-
Dr Prathibha is a trained and experienced Doctor is Ayurveda Medicine. She comes from a line of 8 generations of Ayurveda Doctors in her family. She completed her Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine & Surgery at Kottakkal College, Kerala and Post Graduation in Ophthalmology and ENT from Govt Ayurveda Medical College, Bangalore. She is one of the founding members of Sree Chithra Ayurhome, Kerala, India. Dr Prathibha has over 26 years of clinical practice and is a accomplished teacher in demand in India, Europe and Australia presenting topics on lifestyle related disorders, Ayurveda nutrition and cooking workshops. Dr Prathibha is currently working in clinic at Guruvayur Devasom Charitable Hospital and manages Sree Chithra Ayurhome with her Ayurveda qualified husband, Dr Madhusudhanan. Dr Prathibha is delighted to bring Ayurveda into the Western Context.
Sarah is a qualified Chef, Yoga Teacher, Teacher, Counsellor and Ayurveda Practioner. Sarah brings over 20 years experience in food health and education to help others restore health naturally teaching regular yoga classes, providing lectures in ayurveda and personal consultations in yoga and ayurveda therapy. Sarah is the course owner of the Diploma of Ayurveda Yoga Teaching and Principal of Aligning Health’s nationally accredited Ayurveda qualifications. Sarah is also owner of the Aligning Health Wellness Retreat offering bed and breakfast and traditional healing programs and is author of Food Hurts –recovering from Eating Disorders.
Dr Kim Wark-
Kim is a qualified scientist who has a natural gift to educate, develop and facilitate growth within organisations. She has a broad range of experiences as a researcher, manager, and educator within the health sector for government and not for profit organisations. In recent years her passion for health has extended into Ayurveda. She is a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner who enjoys sharing her knowledge with others.
Sue has extensive experience teaching and studying Yoga. She has taught at the Shantarasa Yoga School and brings with her a love for yoga and an in-depth knowledge for gentle and restorative yoga. Sue is an accredited Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant and Hatha Yoga Teacher aspiring to integrate holistic health and well being within the work place.
Madeline has been practicing yoga for 3 decades. Her Yoga Teacher training began in 2008 with the British Wheel of Yoga, and continued in Australia where she graduated from the Fremantle School of Yoga in 2010. Madeline completed an Advance Diploma of Ayurveda in 2016 after participating in Vaidyagrama’s Ayurvedic Conference, India, in 2015 where she cemented 6 years of experiential and academic study. She offers the fruits of her discoveries sharing opportunities to practice, retreat and create. She has a keen interest in homeopathy having completed a taster course with The School of Homeopathy, UK.
Enjoy the flexibility of online, self-paced learning with the support of face to face online class and attendance at Practical Training Sessions.
Our delivery mode is designed to be student friendly and flexible to meet the needs of our learners.
Ayurveda can be applied in every area.
Career outcomes include;
Dietary Analysis and Support
and so much more........
Look Good, Feel Great- Everyday!
Enrol in a 6 Lesson Course to find that extra Vitality
Vocational Training in Ayurveda Day Spa Therapies$1450.00
Give yourself an edge in your Yoga Teaching.
Become a Nutritional Coach using Ayurveda Practices to help guide your students in understanding the relationship between their current diet and their practice of Yoga.
Confused about what to eat?
Overwhelmed by too many conflicting messages?
Overweight, Underweight or just plain not healthy?
The solution is easy.