Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy Certification Program

Ayurveda + Yoga + Cooking + Nature + Spirit + Balance + Breath + Meditation + Flow

Learn Skills and Practices for Health, Wellness and Everyday Living

The Director of the Institute, Susan Bass, experienced such extraordinary life-saving and life-changing healing through the practice of Ayurvedic Yoga that in 2003 she left her career at The Wall St. Journal to immerse herself in the study of Ayurveda & Yoga. Susan explained,‘I had searched so long for a way to heal that when I found it all I wanted to do was share these practical, wise ways of living with others’.

The principles and practices of Ayurveda and Yoga are from the ancient Vedic Texts. These sacred arts are most effective when practiced together. Ayurvedic Yoga personalizes the yogic practice for each individual based on his or her constitutional type and current state of being.

This program is designed to teach you to use pulse and tongue reading, yoga, breath-work, diet, spices, meditation, mantras, mudras, chakra and marma balancing, as well as daily living routines to restore balance and harmony in the body, mind and spirit. In the program, we tell our students to think of themselves as their first client.

This program satisfies 300 hours of

  1. The IAYT Yoga Therapist certification
  2. The Yoga Alliance 500 hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification (RYT 500), and
  3. The AAPNA Registered Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist track (Association of Ayurvedic Professional of North America).

Hours from this program apply to the National Ayurvedic Medical Association’s (NAMA) PACE program hours (CEUs).

Our next 300-hour certification program begins in May!

The yoga therapy components of our training is based on our AAPNA and IAYT qualifications, not derived from our status as a RYS with Yoga Alliance Registry

To register, contact Susan at  (857) 919-2866