the knowledge

The YogaVedic workshop covers subjects related to Yoga and Ayurveda: Asana; Pranayama; Kriya; Meditation & Yoga Nidra; study of yogic philosophy; Yogic anatomy and physiology; Yoga as therapy; Fundamentals and concepts of Ayurveda and above all, executing action in the spirit of Karma yoga. 

The topics below will be covered through a comprehensive series of theory lectures and hands-on practical approach which will also include the psycho-physiological cleansing processes of yogic shat-karmas, ayurvedic shuddhi practices and subtle cleansing of the Pranic energy force through Pranayama and Meditation. 

The workshops will be executed in an organically conducive environment thus assimilating the laws of naturality through the practices of Dinacharya-daily regimen, Ratricharya-nightly regimen and Rtucharya-seasonal regimen.

“It is called Ayurveda because it tells us which substances, qualities and actions are life enhancing and which are not”
~ Charaka Samhita ~

The YogaVedic workshop
One week- 6 nights 7 days

Ayurveda: An introduction: Concept, origin and history; traditional texts;
Dosha - Dhatu-Mala and Prakriti Parikshana
Prakriti: attributes and function
Panch Pranas, Panch Kosha and Panch Mahabhoota

Health: Definition and principles
Disease and balance of dosha

Mitahar: Diet and classification of foods.

Yogic diet & fasting: Technique and principles.

Yoga and Ayurveda: Common origins and philosophy
Yogic Philosophy- Introduction to traditional yoga and texts
Yogic Anatomy and Physiology
Purification processes and use of Shat Kriyas of Yoga and Panchakarma of Ayurveda;
Yoga for different Prakriti types.

Lifestyle Schedule: Dinacharya, Ratricharya, Rtucharya and Sadvritta;
Theory in brief and practice schedule during the duration of workshop.

Therapy: Brief overview of yogic and Ayurvedic therapy;
Therapeutic application of Asana, Pranayama, Bandha, Mudra;
Therapeutic application of Shuddhi Kriya and Meditation.

20 April 2018
Pancha(Five) Prana(the vital life force)The energy of the cosmos that exists in the physical body is known as prana. It is this energy that is manifest in all matter, and the same that flows within the body to keep every organism alive and active. Th...
12 April 2018
Baisakhi (13th/14th/15th April) is the harbinger of summer days. It is the last of the winter harvest and brings in the summer during the months of Vaisakh and Jyeshtha. Traditionally, India and her farming community still follow a solar and lunar al...
29 March 2018
​Asana- To be (established/seated in)The yoga sutra of Patanjali puts asana at the third rung of the eight steps of yoga. The first two being the Yama(social ethical codes) and Niyama(self discipline). In not so far history, an aspirant of yoga was t...

Join to experience yoga beyond asana and a discovery of traditional ways of sharing of knowledge through the centuries.